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Core i5 Processor Desktop Computer

In stock

13,550.00৳ 22,050.00৳ 
Ram

4 GB

Storage

120 GB SSD, 500 GB HDD

GPU

2 GB

Monitor

No Monitor, Esonic 21.5, Esonic 17, Gigasonic 19, Gigasonic 17

Intel Core 2 Duo Processor Desktop Computer With Monitor

In stock

7,999.00৳ 16,499.00৳ 
Ram

4 GB

Storage

120 GB SSD, 500 GB HDD

Monitor

No Monitor, Esonic 21.5, Esonic 17, Gigasonic 19, Gigasonic 17

Intel Core i5 Processor Desktop

In stock

18,000.00৳ 26,500.00৳ 
Ram

4 GB

Storage

120 GB SSD, 500 GB HDD

GPU

2 GB

Monitor

No Monitor, Esonic 21.5, Esonic 17, Gigasonic 19, Gigasonic 17

Intel Core i7 Processor Desktop Computer

In stock

18,550.00৳ 27,050.00৳ 
Ram

4 GB

Storage

120 GB SSD, 500 GB HDD

GPU

2 GB

Monitor

No Monitor, Esonic 21.5, Esonic 17, Gigasonic 19, Gigasonic 17

Intel Core i7 Processor with 8GB RAM 4 GB GPU

In stock

21,500.00৳ 30,000.00৳ 
Ram

4 GB

Storage

120 GB SSD, 500 GB HDD

GPU

2 GB

Monitor

No Monitor, Esonic 21.5, Esonic 17, Gigasonic 19, Gigasonic 17

Intel Dual Core Processor

In stock

6,999.00৳ 15,499.00৳ 
Ram

4 GB

Storage

500 GB HDD

Monitor

No Monitor, Esonic 21.5, Esonic 17, Gigasonic 19, Gigasonic 17

Intel i5 Processor with 2GB GPU

In stock

Original price was: 47,560.00৳ .Current price is: 19,500.00৳ .
RAM

2 GB

GPU

2 GB

Storage

120 GB SSD, 500 GB HDD

Intel i7 Processor Desktop with Monitor

In stock

Original price was: 67,200.00৳ .Current price is: 29,550.00৳ .
RAM

8 GB

GPU

4 GB

Storage

120 GB SSD, 500 GB HDD

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