Desktop Barebone Computers
The concept of a barebones computer comes in a bundle package, which is composed of the basic parts and necessities needed to build a computer. Normally, a barebones kit includes a case, a motherboard, and a compatible processor. Sometimes, it also includes a power supply that often would be installed right into the case. It is considered as the fastest way in starting to build or upgrade one's computer. By having a pre-configured base system, it provides a solid foundation for users to then choose which direction they want to go forth with the build or customization. With the advent of YouTube and the existence of online manuals and tutorials, building a computer has become much easier. This is in contrast with an already pre-built option that has its parts already spoken for. One benefit of using a barebones computer is it enables users to be able to reuse its old computer components, whether it is RAM, video cards, expansion cards, or hard drives. This is one way they can secure cost-efficiency, since it frees up savings that might have gone to securing new parts. It also ensures that users can avoid having to deal with bloatware or proprietary software that one would have little use for. Barebones options are also available for notebooks, nicknamed barebooks. Aside from barebooks, it also comes in server purposes. All three options are available in various form factors. MacMall is offering different kinds of options for barebones desktop computers on its site from the myriad of manufacturers that craft these things, like Gigabyte, Cybertron PC, and even the ones from Intel and MSI. Get your very own barebone PC at a great price only here at MacMall.
Best Sellers: Desktop Barebone Computers
Shuttle XPC X50V6U3 - Barebone - all-in-one - 1 x Core i3 7100U / 2.4 GHz ULV - HD Graphics 620 - GigE - WLAN: 802.11b/g/n - monitor: LED 15.6" 1366 x 768 (HD) touchscreen