HP Pavilion 590-p0010na MiniTower Desktop PC (i5/8GB/2TB) + free Intel Creator Bundle £399.99 Delivered at Box
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HP Pavilion 590-p0010na MiniTower Desktop PC (i5/8GB/2TB) + free Intel Creator Bundle £399.99 Delivered at Box

£399.99£444.9910%Box.co.uk Deals
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Expires on 31/10/2019Posted 7th Oct
Best price that I can see online for this MiniTower Desktop PC from HP. It features and i5 Processor, 8GB of RAM and 2TB of SATA HDD storage running Windows 10. Good productivity machine that would be ideal for a home office. Desktop also includes keyboard and mouse.


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This desktop PC exceeds expectations with a new generation of performance, the freedom to store what you need, and a sleek design that cuts down on size. The HP Pavilion 590-p0010na is designed to provide the perfect platform for a variety of tasks all while looking modern and sleek at the same time. Equipped with an 8th generation processor, huge 2TB hard drive and 8GB of memory, this desktop PC is ready for any task that you might throw its way.



Key Features

  • Windows 10
  • Rock Solid Connections
  • 8th Generation Intel Core Processor
  • Re-Writable DVD Drive
  • DDR4 RAM

This machine also includes the Intel Creator Bundle:

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  • Adobe Creative Cloud Photography - 2 Month Subscription worth $19.98
  • Adobe Acrobat Pro DC - 1 Month Subscription worth $14.99
  • Adobe Rush Subscription Discount - 1 Year 20% Discount worth $23.98
  • BitMar Elite - Free Full Download worth $29.99
  • Halo Wars II - Free Full Download worth $59.99
  • Gas Guzzlers Extreme - Free Full Download worth $24.99

Details on how to claim this offer will be sent to you by email after purchase. Offer valid while stock lasts. One Intel Master Key per order.


Further details can be found at softwareoffer.intel.com



HP Pavilion 590-p0010na - 3ZZ35EA MiniTower Desktop PC,

Intel Core i5-8400 Six Core Processor,

8GB DDR4 2666Mhz RAM,

2TB SATA,

Windows 10 Home,

Wired USB Keyboard & Mouse,

1-year collect & return Warranty,

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No SSD in 2019 is a bit of a joke. Even a 120GB drive for the OS would be enough.
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