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Top 4 Trending Computer Deals for September 2019
Why is it trending? 
In order to determine this list we look at three factors:
  1. Is the item discounted off of the original price and by how much?
  2. Has there been a recent price drop?
  3. What does the aggregate shopping behavior of Honey users tell us about the popularity of this product?
Using these data points, our custom algorithm dynamically updates the list.

There was a $105.00 price reduction, bringing the price down to $89.99, resulting in savings of 54%. There are also 13 promo codes for the retailer, Kohl's, to help you find additional savings.

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Computer Deals, Offers, and Tips

Which Computer is Right for You One of the easiest ways to break your bank on a new computer is by buying a machine that is souped-up beyond your requirements. To save money on your new computer, it’s of the utmost importance to first know exactly what you’ll be using it for. You may be eyeing that brand-new Mac because of its sleek design, but if you only need a computer for word processing, photo storage, and internet browsing, then you’re probably overshooting in computing power. Conversely, if you plan on capturing and editing video, or recording and mixing music in a sophisticated DAW, then a Mac may be perfect for you. Likewise, if you’re intent on a superior gaming machine, then you’ll want a computer with an exceptional processor, memory, and graphics card. Otherwise, you’ll likely be just fine with a more affordable Windows or Linux computer for less demanding tasks and requirements.

When to Buy a Computer Knowing exactly when to buy your computer and accessories goes a long way in procuring the best bargains. The late Summer through early Fall, in July, August, and September, is the optimal time of year to buy due to a couple of coinciding events. Firstly, it’s around this time of year when microchip manufacturers such as AMD and Intel begin to release their new processors. This prompts retailers such as Dell,, and Office Depot to markdown their current stock of computers with significant discounts in order to sell out and make way for new inventory. Secondly, the promise of back-to-school sales is fulfilled during this third quarter of the year when academics consider getting geared up with all the latest tech and accessories. The timing of back-to-school and clearance compounds in this perfect storm of not-to-miss computer deals and savings!

Buy Refurbished or Upgrade on Your Own Refurbished computers are made from units that were either returned or that failed to meet quality control checks. In either case, the computer is taken back into possession by the manufacturer and rebuilt to the same level as a brand-new unit. Due to the initial discrepancy in quality, refurbished computers will usually be sold at a discounted rate of between 5% to 25% off the standard retail price. Buying from stores like Dell Refurbished is a great way to find an amazing deal on a like-new computer. Or, if you’re handy and up for a DIY project, buy individual components from stores like Newegg and upgrade your computer to your own specifications. You’ll have the benefit of customizing the machine to your desired performance specs, and you’ll save a bundle by building to your own budget and preferences. Just be aware that upgrading certain components on a prebuilt machine can void the warranty!
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