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The most expensive computer is the one you actually need to read this

article By now, you’ve probably heard about the latest in computer hardware, and how it’s so expensive that you need to have a very expensive computer in order to read most of it.

But what does the most expensive computers actually look like?

We’ve broken down the best computers for you and put them in order of their most expensive price tags.


Dell XPS 13: $1,599 (2TB) This Dell Xps 13 is a full-fledged laptop that comes with a 2TB hard drive, and the only thing that separates it from a bunch of other high-end laptops is the inclusion of Intel’s latest quad-core, 8-core processor.

However, if you’re interested in something that’s not just a powerful processor, this is the perfect laptop for you.

It’s got a good battery life, it has lots of ports, and it comes with plenty of extra RAM and storage.

The only real downside to this laptop is the price.

If you’re looking for a powerful computer that’s still affordable, this laptop will do just fine.


Lenovo ThinkPad X240: $2,299 (4TB) Like the Dell Xserve above, this Lenovo Thinkpad X240 is a true high-performance computer.

But the X240 has a bit more power than that, and with it comes a 2.3GHz Intel Core i5 processor.

If that doesn’t convince you, this thing comes with 32GB of RAM and an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960M GPU.

If it’s the one laptop that you can’t live without, this one is for you, because you’re going to want this machine for more than just reading, typing, and watching movies.


Dell Inspiron 15: $3,699 (6TB) The Inspiron X150 is the first laptop that Dell made for this new ultra-thin form factor.

It has an Intel Core M3 processor, a 5400RPM SSD, 16GB of storage, and a 1TB hard disk.

The Inspair X150 has the exact same specs as the Xserves, but it comes in a slightly different price range.

This laptop is also a good value for money, and is probably the best value for your money.


Dell Venue 8: $4,199 (6GB) This little guy is pretty much a mini-ITX laptop, and although it’s not technically a desktop computer, it’s one of the nicest little things you can buy for under $2.

It comes with four gigabytes of RAM, an Intel Atom Z3550 processor, and 1TB of storage.

This little machine has a 2200RPM hard drive.

It doesn’t come with a touchscreen, but you can use it as a keyboard and mouse.

You can also use this little laptop as a projector, which makes it a great option for making presentations.


Lenovo Y520: $5,999 (12TB) Lenovo’s Y520 is a smaller version of the Y520 above.

This is the Lenovo Y250, and this is also the one that was designed to compete with the MacBook Pro.

This computer is pretty similar to the Y250 above, with a slightly smaller 2.5-inch touchscreen and 256GB of memory.

The Y520 comes with 8GB of DDR3 RAM, 16 USB 3.0 ports, Bluetooth, 802.11ac WiFi, an HDMI port, a Gigabit Ethernet port, and an SD card slot.


Asus ZenBook UX510: $6,799 (16GB) The Asus Zenbook UX510 is a really good laptop, but its specs don’t stack up to some of the other high end laptops on this list.

This Zenbook comes with Intel’s Core i7 processor, an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050M GPU, an 8GB RAM, 1TB SSD, and 32GB SSD storage.

You don’t get the touchscreen, as there are no dedicated ports.

But if you want a laptop with a little more power and storage, this could be a solid choice.


Asus P35: $7,699 (+4GB) Like all of these laptops, the Asus P34 is one of those ultra-budget laptops.

The P34 comes with an Intel i5-5200U processor, 2GB of VRAM, and 512GB of PCIe storage.

But this model comes with only 4GB of onboard memory, so it won’t work with most modern game consoles.

You also can’t use it with laptops that have Intel’s Thunderbolt 3 port.


Asus ROG Swift PG348Q: $8,999 (+4TB + 4GB DDR3) The ROG PG348QU is the latest and greatest gaming laptop on the market.

It features a new Intel Core m3-3100 processor, 1GB of GDDR5 RAM, a 256GB SSD, 2TB of PCIe SSD storage, HDMI, 802, and

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