Tower PCs

Tower PCs are computers in which the components are stacked vertically within the computer’s chassis. They usually stand upright on or under a desk (hence the name) and come in a variety of sizes and configurations. Out of all the different types of PC, tower PCs are the most flexible and upgradeable because there’s more room in the computer’s chassis to install or upgrade components such as storage devices or extra cards for connectivity. The downside is they take up more room than other, more compact PCs such as micro PCs and all-in-ones. They can also be noisier and consume more power than other types of computer.

 

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  1. Lenovo Legion T7 34IAZ7 - tower - Core i7 12700KF 3.6 GHz - 16 GB - SSD 1 TB
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  2. HP Workstation Z4 G4 - MT - Xeon W-2235 3.8 GHz - vPro - 16 GB - SSD 512 GB - UK
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    As low as £1,790.22 £2,148.26
  3. HP Workstation Z2 G9 - tower - Core i7 12700 2.1 GHz - 16 GB - SSD 512 GB - UK
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    As low as £1,372.37 £1,646.84
  4. HP Z1 G8 - tower - Core i7 11700 2.5 GHz - vPro - 16 GB - SSD 512 GB
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    As low as £1,413.04 £1,695.65
  5. Lenovo ThinkStation P520 Tower - Xeon W-2295 - 256GB - 512GB SSD - 4TB HDD - UK
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