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This 21.5-inch refurbished iMac is 68 percent off today

This iMac is ideal for creative professionals who can't compromise on their computer.
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June 22, 2019
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Apple iMacs are undeniably amazing machines. The only problem is that they're also undeniably expensive, and buying a new iMac can feel a bit like buying a new car. But, contrary to popular belief, you don't need to empty your checking account to get your hands on primo Apple hardware. You can get a certified refurbished model for a fraction of the price.

This Certified Refurbished Apple iMac 21.5" Intel i3-2100 Dual Core 3.1GHz 250GB is one such machine, and it's currently available for over 65 percent off at just $379.

Featuring more than enough processing power and RAM to carry out a wide range of pro-level tasks, this iMac is ideal for creative professionals who can't compromise on their computer.

You get 4GB of RAM, a super-fast dual-core processor that runs at 3.1GHZ and 250GB of storage space so you don't have to rely exclusively on the cloud.

This iMac also boasts an ATI Radeon HD 6750M graphics processor--meaning you'll be able to game and watch movies in stunning clarity.

Land an Apple iMac without breaking the bank. This certified refurbished Apple iMac 21.5" Intel i3-2100 Dual Core 3.1GHz 250GB is available for over 65 percent off at just $379.

Prices are subject to change.

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