Desktops - Home/Office

These computers serve as workhorses for day-to-day work such as emailing, word processing and basic content creation. Most home and office PCs simply need to be plugged into a monitor and away you go.

Barebone Intel NUCs

NUC stands for Next Unit of Computing, and it represents Intel's quest to build the perfect tiny PC. These systems include Intel Atom, Celeron, Core i3, Core i5, or even Core i7 processors depending on their price, and they're all barebone units, which means you need to provide your own memory and drives.

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Barebone Small Form Factor Mini PCs

Mini PCs are growing in popularity, and it's easy to see why. These barebones units include a case, motherboard and processor inside enclosures that aren't much bigger than a few stacked DVD cases. They've got enough power for daily computing, but remember that you still need to buy memory, storage and an operating system.

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Surface Studio All-In-One Windows PCs

All-in-one PCs have the PC built into the back of the monitor, saving considerably space versus a traditional setup with a tower PC and separate monitor.

The Microsoft Surface Studio range of all-in-one PCs provide solid computing performance in a stylish and compact package.

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External Graphics Card Enclosures

These eGPU boxes allow you to quickly and easily boost the performance of your PC or laptop without having to open up the case. Most eGPU boxes connect via a Thunderbolt 3 port, and can be used to speed up games plus a variety of GPU-accelerated tasks such as rendering, video encoding and colour grading.

eGPU boxes support a wide range of NVIDIA and AMD graphics cards, so please ensure that the model you’re interested in supports the graphics card you’re planning to use.

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