A new website, which advertises a bargain price on “modern computer desks” that “will fit almost anywhere you want to store or use a PC,” is claiming to be the cheapest place to buy a PC.
The website says it’s a “new breed of desk” that is “ready to go, with all the convenience and customization you’d expect from a modern PC.”
The site sells desktops for $299 and a $300 computer desk for $1,200.
It’s a bargain for a PC you can actually use.
A PC with the new design is currently priced at $1.99 per month for a two-year subscription.
The site’s page on the new computer desk says, “This desktop is designed for ease of use, allowing you to access your files, apps, documents and more on a single screen.”
It doesn’t say if you can buy the desktop for $600.
Engadge says the desk comes with a Windows 10 Home edition, which comes with its own desktop environment, but you need to buy the “Ultimate Desktop” to run the operating system.
The “Ultimate” desktop also comes with an additional 120GB of storage.
“The Ultimate Desktop includes a fully configured network, a full-size desktop, two external hard drives, a keyboard, mouse, and more,” the site says.
“You can easily move between these external hard disks and the network as needed.”
It’s unclear if there are any plans to make the desktop available in other countries, such as the United Kingdom.
Engidgets has an image of a desktop with the Microsoft logo in the corner.
Enginews says the “ultimate desktop” is now available at “the best prices” on the site, and it’s priced at just under $1 per month.
Engadinews.com has a page with a picture of a desk that features Microsoft’s “ultimate” desktop logo.
Engadenews.co.uk has a picture that features a Microsoft logo, but it’s not clear if the page includes the website’s “Ultimate desktop.”
It is unclear if Engadgets.com is a legitimate source or a scam.
It has been reported that there is no official word from Microsoft on the matter.
Microsoft declined to comment to Engadges.com.
Engads site also says, in the title of the site “the ultimate desktop” will cost $600, which is “only $1 less than the new Microsoft desk.”
Engadged, a new website that claims to sell the cheapest PC for under $500, has a similar description.
It lists the Dell XPS 13 laptop for $999, a $600 Dell X1 Carbon for $749, a Dell Inspiron 17 7000 for $799, and a Dell X240 for $2,299.
“There’s a Dell PC for sale in our site.
The XPS 14 is the best value.
You can get a new Dell X-series laptop for under £1000,” the website says.
Engagest, a similar website that sells PCs for under less than $300, has the same listing.
It also has a $900 Dell Inspire 13 7000 laptop.
Engaing.com says that the Dell Inspirons are “the most powerful laptops on the market,” which is a reference to the company’s X1 and X1 Pro notebooks.
Engabing.co says it offers the Dell P400 and the Dell A330 laptops for $899 and $999 respectively.
“Dell laptops are the best computers on the planet and the best buy for most people.
This is why we offer the best price for Dell laptops,” the company says.
The Dell Inspirs are considered “gaming laptops” by Dell, the company said in its review of the Inspirns.
Dell said the Inspirs offer a “true gaming experience,” but that the laptop “is not a gaming laptop.”
Dell says the Dell laptops are also more expensive than the Dell Ultrabooks.
Engacer.com, another new website with a similar name, sells the Dell Latitude E5500 laptop for just $899.
Engafers.com lists the laptop for less than half of the Dell E5560 laptop that it sells.
It offers a similar listing as Engadgives.com with a different price, and both websites say the Dell “X” series laptops are for sale.
The company also offers the HP Spectre x360 for $699, but the website is selling the laptop at a much lower price.
“We’re also offering the HP Pavilion x360,” the page says.
Dell says that HP laptops are “not suitable for serious gaming,” but it does say that it has “specialised expertise in gaming PCs” for “a range of high-end gaming laptops.”
Engamers.co has a listing of the Intel Core i7-6700HQ CPU for $