Corsair 750-Watt Modular PC Power Supply for $100.
Normally about $110.
Corsair makes some of the best quality PC power supplies.
We have been very satisfied with a Corsair 520HX that has been powering various server PCs for 11 years without any problems.
Eleven years is an incredibly long time for any PC component to last.
- Sandisk Ultra 128GB USB3.1 Flash Drive for $26
Sandisk Ultra 128GB USB3.1 Flash Drive for $26.
Normally sells for about $38.
This is a very compact flash drive, with USB3.1 performance for some of the fastest read/write available in a flash drive.
- Logitech Wireless Keyboard & Mouse for $18
Logitech MK345 Wireless Keyboard & Mouse Combo for $18.
Includes a USB wireless receiver and includes AA and AAA batteries.
Beware, some wireless keyboards & mice could leave your computer open to hackers.
If placed in an area where an eavesdropper could be within 50 feet, they could log your keystrokes or take over your computer by intercepting the wireless keyboard and mouse signal.
This is sometimes known as mousejacking.
- Silicon Power A55 256GB SSD with 3-Year Warranty for $63
Includes a 3-year warranty, a great value for the price.
Uses 3D NAND technology, some of the best and most reliable on the consumer market today, plus SLC cache for better performance and lifespan.
Samsung 500GB SSD, 16GB DDR4 Laptop Memory for $230.
Bundle includes a Samsung 860 EVO-Series 500GB Solid State Drive and a pair of G.Skill Ripjaws 8GB DDR4 SO-DIMM Laptop Memory.
Each of these normally sell for about $140 (about $280 for both), so this deal saves about $50.
Be sure your laptop (or mini-PC) supports 8GB DDR4 SO-DIMM memory, since some work with different memory types or have no memory upgrade slots.
Cooler Master HAF-912 Mid-Tower Computer Case for $45 with code EMCPTEP27 and a
$15 mail-in rebate
is available in the form of a Prepaid Card.
This is one of the best computer cases on the market today, and we love ours.
It comes as a case only (no power supply, no motherboard and components), but has plenty of room to install whatever components a modern PC might need.