If you want a desktop PC with a good balance between performance and price, check out the Dell Inspiron 3650. With a quad-core Skylake processor and a substantial amount of memory, this flexible PC is a fantastic bargain when you use today’s 50% total discount.
Spec-wise, the Inspiron 3650 includes a sixth generation quad-core 3.4GHz Intel Core i7-6700 CPU, a discrete AMD Radeon HD R9 360 graphics card (with 2GB of memory), 16GB of DDR3L RAM (1600MHz), a 2TB 7200RPM hard drive, a DVD burner, Bluetooth 4.0, and 802.11b/g/n WiFi support. A USB mouse and keyboard combo are included with your purchase, so a PC monitor or HDTV is all you’ll need to get going.
Windows 7 Professional (64-bit) ships on this model by default, but a license to Windows 10 Pro (64-bit) is included at no extra cost. If you intend on playing recent games, going through the OS update is well worth your time. Thanks to game DVR, exclusive releases on the Windows Store, DirectX 12, and cross-platform play on select titles, Windows 10 is a superb fit for gaming.
While this setup lists for $1212.99, Dell is selling it for $949 right now when you buy directly. Enter coupon code “INS599” as you check out, and you’ll save an additional $350. Better yet, signing up for Dell’s free Advantage Rewards program will net you free two-day shipping. This offer won’t last forever though, so make sure to place your order as soon as possible.
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