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How Low Can They Go?

Today's PCs offer all the basics for less than $1,000.

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Do you need to upgrade your old 486 computer but have been trying to save at least $2,000 before buying a basic MMX system? Wait no more. Last year, several stores offered entry-level, high-performance PCs (minus the printer) for just under that price. This year, it gets even better: For less than half that amount, you can get a complete system that even includes a printer and color monitor. With some of the best computer bargains available now for less than $1,000, and a few with street prices as low as $759, you can equip your office with a powerful, high-performance, expandable PC that will take you into the next century.

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