British company sells cheapest Windows 10 PC ever

British company sells cheapest Windows 10 PC ever

Perhaps to get some more attention from users who want to run Windows 10, the British web site Ebuyer.com has listed the ASUS EeeBox EB1033 PC for a record low price. Until midnight British time you can order this Windows 10-compatible computer for just GBP 94.98 (includes VAT) and this price includes free shipping too!

True, the ASUS EeeBox EB1033 isn’t the best computer out there but it is the cheapest one that will allow you to upgrade to Windows 10 for free. The machine comes pre-installed with Windows 7 64-bit and has a 1-year warranty. Inside the ASUS EeeBox EB1033 sports an Intel Atom D2550 processor with two cores at 1.86 GHz, 2 GB of RAM, a 320 GB hard drive, a dedicated NVIDIA GeForce 610M GPU, Wi-Fi, Ethernet, six USB ports, a card reader, HDMI and a VGA connector. In addition users also get a stand that allows the PC to become a stylish vertical computer and an adaptor that allows users to mount it at the back of a monitor.

Like we said the ASUS EeeBox EB1033 is not a powerful computer but the fact that you get Windows 7 with it and a free upgrade path to Windows 10 makes it worth a look… given you live in the UK. Then again, who knows, there might be similar deals where you live too.

Source: Techradar.com

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