Refurbished Desktop Computers & Used Desktop Computers
Processor: i5 Up to 3.4GHz Memory: 16GB Storage: 500GB SSD...
- Processor: i5 Up to 3.4GHz
- Memory: 16GB
- Storage: 500GB SSD
- Form Factor: SFF
Get more for less with our refurbished computers. PC Liquidations offers a massive selection of computers with Intel Core series as well as AMD processors. Choose from over 3,000 models from various brands, including Apple, Dell, Lenovo, HP, Asus, Acer, and more. Customize your desktop PC by adding features, such as extra memory and hard drive storage. We can also install a genuine Windows 10 operating system (with a new license).
Find the PC that best fits your needs. Our desktop computers come with several Intel Core processor options. We have all-in-one desktop PCs, like the Apple iMac, and we have CPU-only units in different styles, shapes, and sizes. All our used computers come with a warranty and are shipped quickly. You can even purchase an extended warranty with some of our units.
PC Liquidations has one of the largest collections of secondhand computers (desktop or laptop), parts, peripherals, and other gadgets. Why buy a new PC when you can get the same function and performance for a lesser price with refurbished PCs?
For bulk orders of computers, please call (888) 654-3376 for our customer service team to know more about your options. We’ll be happy to assist with your purchase.
Whether you’re looking for a desktop computer, a gaming PC, or a business laptop, we’ve got plenty of excellent choices available for you and all for much lower prices than brand-new computers.
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PC Liquidations has more than enough computer desktop choices for you, but here are our top picks for customers:
Check out our entire collection to find a PC that perfectly suits your needs.
Our most affordable PC, the Dual Core Dell Optiplex 3020 computers, starts at around $99. Most of our units are already cheaper than most brand-new computers. With refurbished or used units, you can get a perfectly functioning PC for a much, much lower price. Plus, you have the option to customize your unit to make it faster and more functional.
The price usually depends on the model of the PC. The most basic models usually start at $100 while the high-performance or top-of-the-line units can cost about $3,500 if you want a lot of storage. The bigger the storage capacity and the higher the performance, the more expensive the PC.