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You can get a refurbished Apple iMac for as low as $240

These certified refurbished iMacs offer Apple power and style at a fraction of the cost
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September 15, 2019
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If you're looking for a great computer for either personal or professional use, it's hard to beat Apple. The only problem is that new Apple computers tend to be obnoxiously expensive, which is why we're bringing you this list of certified refurbished iMacs that run like new and cost much less.

1. Apple iMac 21.5" Intel i3-2100 Dual Core 3.1GHz 250GB (Certified-Refurbished)

stackMSRP: $1,199 | Sale Price: $379 (over 65 percent off)

Featuring a super-fast dual-core 3.1GHz processor and 250GB of storage space, this iMac is more than capable of running a wide range of pro-level apps with ease, and it even comes with an ATI Radeon HD 6750M graphics processor for added visual clarity.

2. Apple iMac 21.5" Core i5 2.5GHz 500GB (Certified Refurbished)

stackMSRP: $1,399 | Sale Price: $299 (over 75 percent off)

This Core i5 iMac is ideal for creative professionals who need a lot of processing power and a crystal-clear display—thanks to a 2.5GHz processor and a brilliant 21.5" LED backlit screen.

3. Apple iMac 20" Core 2 Duo 2GHz 250GB Silver (Certified Refurbished)

stackMSRP: $1,199 | Sale Price: $239 (80 percent off)

With a blazing-fast 2GHz processor and 250GB of onboard storage, this iMac boasts a 20" display and an ATI Radeon HD 2400 XT graphics chip that will allow you to play games in stunning detail.

4. Apple 27' iMac Computer with Apple Wired Keyboard & Wired Mouse (Certified Refurbished)

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MSRP: $999 | Sale Price: $899 (10 percent off)

Loaded with an Apple wired keyboard and mouse, this 27" iMac features a 2.9GHz Intel Core i5 quad-core processor and a whopping 1TB hard drive—meaning you'll never have to worry about storing even your largest files on the cloud.

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