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.

Scan Home Windows 10 PCs

Scan Home PCs are built by the award-winning 3XS Systems and are ideally suited to a wide variety of tasks at home.

Choose from a wide variety of specifications suitable for every budget, from entry-level models to high-performance desktop computers.

If you don't see the exact specification you want and would like us to custom build a PC for you please click HERE.

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Scan Office Windows 10 PCs

Scan Office PCs are built by the award-winning 3XS Systems and are engineerd for maximum reliability in environments such as offices and shops.

Choose from a wide variety of specifications suitable for every budget, from entry-level models to high-performance desktop computers.

If you don't see the exact specification you want and would like us to custom build a PC for you please click HERE.

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Apple iMac All-In-One Desktop Computers

The Apple iMac is an elegant & powerful All-in-One computer system available with integated 21.5in or 27in screens.

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Apple iMac Pro All-In-One Desktop Computers

The Apple iMac Pro is an elegant & powerful All-in-One computer system available with integated 21.5in or 27in screens.

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Apple Mac Pro Desktop Computers

The Mac Pro is a world-class workstation thanks to its small, stylish exterior and breath taking performance.

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Apple Mac Mini Desktop Computers

The Mac Mini is a small form factor computer that is almost compact enough to fit in the palm of your hand. Available in a variety of configurations, the Mac Mini is ideally suited for everyday office and home applications.

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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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