desktop computers


Save Your Business Money With This High Quality, Refurbished HP Desktop, Just $209.99

If you need to cut back on your IT spending while keeping productivity high, consider the deal on this high-spec HP desktop.


Save $150 on This Refurbished Lenovo Mini Desktop and Upgrade Your Work Space

Tackle to-do lists with this refurbished mini desktop for just $199.99.


Enjoy a More Powerful Working Experience with This HP ProDesk

Save $80 off a refurbished HP desktop computer.


This Refurbished Lenovo ThinkCentre Is in Near-Mint Condition for Just $200

Save money and get a near-mint, refurbished Lenovo desktop computer.

News and Trends

How Lazada and Shopee Ruled the Southeast Asia's E-commerce Industry

Lazada was the most visited e-commerce platform in the Philippines, Thailand, Malaysia, and Singapore

Growth Strategies

Don't Let your Mobile App Users Slip With these Sloppy Features

The most prevalent reasons for app uninstall are slow responsiveness and frequent app crash

News and Trends

How Digital Revolution Is Accelerating a Shift in Consumer Behavior during Property Search

In addition to searching or buying, instances of availing various loans through digital and mobile platforms are fast increasing


How to Plan an Effective App Migration from Desktop to Cloud

Organizations are considering cloud migration because of the cost benefits that they will get in the long run

Growing a Business

6 Easy Tips to Instantly Save Money on Your Ecommerce Strategy

Know those ads that follow you around after you've looked at shoes? You need those. (The ads and the shoes.)


Microsoft Surface Studio Is Finally Here To Take On The iMac

The 28-inch panel of Surface Studio features a 4.5K display with a resolution measuring 4500 x 3000 pixels.

Business News

PC Market Slumps to Lowest Point Since 2011

Two-in-ones were a bright spot in the market, but Q1 shipments of all other categories were 'weak,' Canalys says.

Business News

Use of Internet on Desktops Is Declining

People are doing a lot on their mobile devices, but rather than supplementing their desktop use, mobile interest seems to be supplanting it.