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Here you will find discounted products that have been found to have minor damage that does not affect performance.

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Impresora Pos Termica 80MM Usb Usada*

En stock

El precio original era: $90.000.El precio actual es: $50.000.
SKU: 75772
Peso 3 kg
Dimensiones 25 × 20 × 10 cm

Cargador Lenovo Alternativo 20V 3.25A 4.0*1.7mm

En stock

El precio original era: $15.900.El precio actual es: $12.900.
SKU: 42795
Peso 1 kg
Dimensiones 20 × 20 × 20 cm

Lenovo V14-IIL, Core i3 10TH, Disco 240GB SSD, 12GB RAM DDR4 – Usado

En stock

El precio original era: $365.000.El precio actual es: $349.900.
SKU: 11582
Peso 3 kg
Dimensiones 20 × 31 × 20 cm
Capacidad

256 Gb

Tipo de Conexión

RJ45

,

WIFI

Cpu

Intel Core i5

Tipo de Disco

Solido NVME

Gamer

No

Marca

Dell

Tamaño

14" Pulgadas

Capacidad Individual

8Gb DDR4

Generacion

Sextima Generacion 7 TH

Unidad de CD/DVD

No

Versión USB

2.0

,

Tipo C

Dell Latitude 5480, Core i7 7TH, Disco 240GB SSD, 16GB RAM DDR4 – Usado

En stock

El precio original era: $365.000.El precio actual es: $329.900.
SKU: 42232
Peso 3 kg
Dimensiones 20 × 31 × 20 cm
Capacidad

256 Gb

Tipo de Conexión

RJ45

,

WIFI

Cpu

Intel Core i5

Tipo de Disco

Solido NVME

Gamer

No

Marca

Dell

Tamaño

14" Pulgadas

Capacidad Individual

8Gb DDR4

Generacion

Sextima Generacion 7 TH

Unidad de CD/DVD

No

Versión USB

2.0

,

Tipo C

Dell Latitude 5490, Core i5 7TH, Disco 240 GB SSD M.2, 16GB RAM DDR4 – Usado

En stock

El precio original era: $365.000.El precio actual es: $279.900.
SKU: 72886
Peso 3 kg
Dimensiones 20 × 31 × 20 cm
Capacidad

256 Gb

Tipo de Conexión

RJ45

,

WIFI

Cpu

Intel Core i5

Tipo de Disco

Solido NVME

Gamer

No

Marca

Dell

Tamaño

14" Pulgadas

Capacidad Individual

8Gb DDR4

Generacion

Sextima Generacion 7 TH

Unidad de CD/DVD

No

Versión USB

2.0

,

Tipo C

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