Geeks2U Promise
We guarantee you'll love our fast, friendly service - or we'll refund your money.  
133,572 Happy Customers & Counting
Need tech support?
1300 769 448
Extended hours, 7 days a week
Home  /  Geeks2u Computers  /  Home Series i7

Home Series i7

$2,179.00 Inc. GST

  • Intel Core i7-8700 processor
  • 8GB DDR-4 2133MHz
  • 500GB SSD 1TB SATA
  • 2GB NVIDIA Graphics
  • Windows 10
  • 3yr Onsite Warranty

 Without monitor: $1,995.00 Inc. GST

Specifications

CPU: Intel® Core i7 Processor (i7-8700)
Memory: 8GB GDDR-4 2133MHz Memory
Graphics: 2GB NVIDIA GeForce GTX-1050 Graphics Card
Hard Drive: 500GB SSD (primary drive), 1TB SATA3 (secondary drive)
Optical Drive: DVD Burner Drive
Networking: Integrated 10/100/1000 LAN, 802.11n Wireless
Keyboard & Mouse: Wireless Keyboard & Mouse Combo
Monitor: 24″ Full HD LED – 1920 x 1080 (optional)
Operating System: Microsoft Windows 10
Case: Mini Tower Case
Warranty: 3 Year Onsite Warranty
Additional Software: Adobe Reader, NERO Burning Software, Microsoft Office Trial Edition, Windows Live Essentials
Delivery: Please allow 5 to 7 business days for delivery

*please note – pictures are for illustration purposes only, goods in stock may not match the picture displayed

 

Recent News

It’s tax time for many Australians, with some of us dreading debts while others plan for what they’ll do with a refund. Before you reach that stage, however, you’ve got to file your actual tax return, and this is where many of us can come unstuck. I’m not speaking here of the complexity of tax… More 

The ACCC is engaging in court action against South Korean technology giant Samsung. The ACCC alleges that Samsung has made false representation around its popular Galaxy smartphones. Specifically a feature of the higher end models, typically the Galaxy S and Galaxy Note phones that offer water resistance. The ACCC’s claims that Samsung’s advertising shows Galaxy… More 

The modern Internet runs on advertising, whether it’s those annoying pop-up or obscuring ads that get in the way of the content you really want to read, or pre-roll ads on video streaming sites. What’s less well understood by many everyday consumers is how all of these ads essentially play “together” to build a profile… More 

We’re nearing the end of the build phase of the National Broadband Network, which is due to be “completed” by 2020. I don’t want to touch on the politics of it to speak of. Many Australians are already on the NBN by now. If you’re not, you’re probably within the typical 18-month window for switchover… More