While many people are moving towards laptop computers and tablets due to the fact they are small and portable, there is still a need and want for desktop computers. With that said budget-minded consumers are always on the hunt for a good deal, which includes clearance desktop computers. These clearance desktop computers not only need to be priced to move, but also need all the important features, tools, and software to make them useful.

Keep in mind that clearance desktop computers are typically an older version but this doesn’t mean it won’t work well for you. Figure out your needs first and then you’ll be able to determine if an older version will work for you. For example you can get the Apple iMac MC508LL/A 21.5-Inch Desktop (OLD VERSION) at a much lower cost since it is the older version. This one features an Intel Core i3 Processor 3.06GHz, 500GB 7200RPM hard drive, 4GM SDRAM RAM, offers a large 21.5″ screen, and uses OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard. Since the screen is so sleek and thin, this one won’t take up much space on a desk.

Another affordable option is the Dell OptiPlex 755 Desktop Complete Computer Package with Windows 7 Home 32-Bit – Keyboard, Mouse & 19″ LCD Monitor by Dell. This desktop computer does feature a tower but it’s much thinner than the old ones so it won’t take up a ton of space. The 19″ monitor is LCD for a sharp crisp image, there is 80GB of hard drive, and 2GB of memory. Additional features include the Intel Dual Core 2.6GHz CPU, DVD-ROM optical drive, and the fact there is no setup required. Just plug this computer in and start using it.

Just because you are working with a tight budget doesn’t mean you can’t afford a desktop computer that is able to perform as you need and want.