Every few months, Dell runs an excellent small business sale. We’re currently in the midst of some superb discounts, and you can enjoy instant savings of up to 35 percent off. Even better, using coupon code “SAVE35” can save you even more on select items.
Keep in mind, most of the workstations on sale here enjoy a three year warranty. Most consumer PCs typically only come with a single year of coverage, so these are definitely a good value.
• Dell OptiPlex 3050 Micro Desktop with a Three Year Warranty for $629
This tiny PC is one of the most popular OptiPlex models, and it’s easy to see why. It typically sells for $579 with only a spinning drive, so you’re getting quite a deal with a pre-installed 256GB solid-state drive here. And thanks to the quad-core CPU, 8GB of DDR4 RAM, and included keyboard/mouse combo, this only really needs a display to get up and running.
• Dell OptiPlex 3050 Quad-Core Kaby Lake Small Form Factor Desktop for $549
Looking for a solid business PC that’s easy to upgrade and maintain? This OptiPlex tower won’t take up too much desk space, but the tool-free design lets you easily swap in parts whenever you need to.
• 55-inch Sony 55X900e HDR 4K HDTV for $998 with a $250 Dell Gift Card
Featuring a native 3840×2160 resolution, HDR support, LED backlighting, a 120Hz refresh rate, four HDMI ports, and support for Android TV, this is a fantastic bargain. Whether you need a television in your lobby or office, this is a smart choice.
Note: Terms and conditions apply. See the Dell site for more information.
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