How to get the perfect PC, from the most basic to the most expensive: Walmart

A quick search of Wal-Mart’s online catalog turns up a lot of options for buying a PC.

But there are a few important caveats: Buyers are limited to the products they can purchase and there are no “buy it now” options.

The store is also limited to PCs with one or two cores (one for each processor), but there are also a number of other options, including CPUs with two cores and four cores, four-core CPUs with four cores and eight cores, and four-threaded CPUs with six cores and 12 cores.

One of the best-selling products at Wal-mart is the $1,299 Lenovo ThinkPad T450s, which comes with a quad-core Intel Core i7-5820HK processor and 16GB of RAM.

That processor costs $1.99, and the RAM is $129.99.

That’s a little more than $300 less than the $2,299 price tag for the $3,000 ThinkPad X1 Carbon, which also comes with an Intel Core M-6450HK processor.

There are also cheaper options at some of the other stores, but they’re not as good as the $299 Lenovo T450 or the $899 Lenovo Thinkpad T440.

The other big winner at Walmart is a dual-core Xeon processor from Intel called the Core i5-4440U, which is priced at $1 the same as the X1 or the ThinkPad.

That chip has 32GB of DDR3L RAM, 4GB of LPDDR3 RAM, a 1TB hard drive, and an Nvidia Quadro P6000 graphics card.

That same processor costs more than twice as much as the Intel Core-series processor at $2 the same price, but it comes with four more cores and 64GB of memory.

Some of the cheaper machines also come with a “free” USB-C to HDMI adapter.

That is a cheap way to get extra connectivity, but that adapter can be expensive.

For a lot more information about buying a computer at Walmarts, check out the list of “top sellers” at the bottom of this article.