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Lenovo ThinkCentre M93p Tiny $200 to 300

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Lenovo ThinkCentre M93p Tiny $200 to 300

I am looking for above items, seem price of used M93p seem to be around 200 to 300 cdn bux in usual selling place (ebay, kijiji etc)

I am thinking around 100 to 150, am I off on price?


Below are typical spec
Processor Name: Intel Core i5-4570T
RAM: 8 GB DDR3 (16GB max)
Hard drive: 128 GB SSD or 500HD
Graphics Card: Intel HD Graphics
Wifi and Ethernet: Built in
Ports: USB :3.0x5, 2 Display Ports, VGA, USB 2.0 x 1
Operating System: Windows 10 Professional
Power Supply
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eqtrend wrote: I am looking for above items, seem price of used M93p seem to be around 200 to 300 cdn bux in usual selling place (ebay, kijiji etc)

I am thinking around 100 to 150, am I off on price?


Below are typical spec
Processor Name: Intel Core i5-4570T
RAM: 8 GB DDR3 (16GB max)
Hard drive: 128 GB SSD or 500HD
Graphics Card: Intel HD Graphics
Wifi and Ethernet: Built in
Ports: USB :3.0x5, 2 Display Ports, VGA, USB 2.0 x 1
Operating System: Windows 10 Professional
Power Supply
You are not... also check for used Optiplex 7020 / 9020 or HP 800 G1. The asking is around $200 but you can bargain down to your price range
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Bauer Systems had some okay prices on those, but I've seen these go for your price range on fleabay back around black friday, and also by a private seller on the hardwarecanucks forums.

Only condition is check that the power adapter is included, the best deals tend to leave that out. Those adapters can be around $50 +for new OEM locally, but you can use the older round connector chargers if you get a cheap round to square type adapter, as long as it's 20V and over 3.25A. You can also upgrade to a 90W adapter, may run a little cooler.

TBH I'd look harder. These are essentially haswell laptop hardware, good, but should be cheap considering how many of these are flooding the market off lease. Sometimes it may be more competitive to but a laptop with similar specs (like that T520 deal for $250 last month).
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