Computer Coop March Monitor Madness: Computers starting at $150

Do you need a computer? The Cincinnati Computer Cooperative is selling all monitors for $5 with purchase of a computer system in March. 

The Cooperative refurbishes high quality donated computers, installs free, licensed Microsoft Office software, then sells the computers at a very low cost to those in need. All students K – postgraduate, schools, nonprofits, those over 55 or on any form of public assistance can all buy from the Cooperative.

Desktop models range from $150 – $300.

Monitors sold w/system: $0 – $5 March only. ($0 for nonprofit organizations)

Laptops range from $150 – $350.

All computers have a one year guarantee.

All come with this free licensed software:

Windows 10
Windows Defenderand Malwarebytes virus protection
This free, fully licensed software: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook

All computers have 4 or more gigs of RAM, with at least a 250 gigabyte hard drive or 120 gigabyte SSD. Processors come in a variety of speeds: the majority have Intel Core i3 or faster processors.

All computers come with a full year guarantee.

Hours:

  • Tuesday 3 – 7 p.m.
  • Wednesday 3 – 9 p.m.
  • Thursday and Friday 3 – 7 p.m.
  • Saturday 9 a.m. – noon

49 Novner Dr., Cincinnati 45215, just off 78 bus line

Call 513.771.3262

by J.D. Bruewer

Filed Under: News

Tagged: computer, poverty, Workforce Development