Apple's iMac is beautifully designed and packs all its power behind the display so you don't have an eyesore of a tower sitting beside your screen or taking up space under your desk. They can get pretty pricey directly at Apple, which is why when a sale on refurbished models rolls around you really want to pay attention. This one-day sale at Woot offers iMac models varying configurations and prices starting at just $180. They have all been reconditioned and come with a 90-day warranty. If you don't need the cutting edge models Apple offers, these refurbs are worth considering. Don't forget to use your Amazon Prime account to get free shipping, too.

Desktop Macs

Refurbished Apple iMac

If you like your all-in-ones sleek and stylish, then an iMac is for you. These computers range from 2007 to 2014 in release age and have all been reconditioned to look and work like new. The sale is good for today only.

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The most modern option in the sale is the 21.5-inch iMac from mid-2014. It's on sale for $429.99 and is equipped with an Intel Core i5 dual-core 1.4GHz processor, 8GB of RAM, and 500GB hard drive. These are perfectly serviceable specs for day-to-day usage and the machine will get Apple's upcoming macOS Catalina update. To put the discount in perspective, the current-gen base-spec iMac of this size is currently going for $1,199 and even recent refurbs sell for around $900.

I sit in front of a recent iMac every day, and it is easily the best computer I've ever owned. It runs super smoothly, the fans never spin up, and it looks great in my office (which is what we all want an iMac for really, let's face it).

Other options in the sale are quite a bit older, but much lower in price. A mid-2009 20-inch iMac will cost you only $199.99. It has an Intel Core 2 Duo 2.0GHz processor, 2GB of RAM, and a 160GB hard drive. There's also a 2007 version at just $179.99. Neither of these machines will run Apple's next software update, though.

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