If you want to shop for office equipment at bargain prices, you’re going to have to do a little digging.
If you’re like many Americans, the answer is yes.
In fact, it’s probably more than a little frustrating that the “green” label on some office equipment — a category that includes things like desktops, laptops, printers, and even some lighting fixtures — is usually not something that people actually buy.
But it turns out that the reason it’s a little hard to find the “better” office equipment for cheap is because there are so many different types of office equipment that the government actually does have in its inventory.
This is one of the reasons that, even though the government’s website says that “all federal government equipment” is “free,” it’s actually very hard to buy office equipment if you don’t have a clear definition of what “government” means.
And as a result, many of the best-selling office equipment can cost more than you think.
Here are some of the biggest culprits of the confusion about “green.”
There’s a lot of stuff in the government inventory that’s not green, and some of it is actually pretty expensive.
Here’s a look at the biggest sellers.
Desktops and laptops The Department of Defense has a pretty expansive inventory of desks and laptops.
And it’s often hard to tell what the actual name of the item is.
The government says that it is a “computer desk” or “electronics desk,” but some of its most popular items are desktops and laptop computers.
Most desktops are either white or beige, with some being more colorful than others.
Some laptops are also available, and they typically have a few different models, but some laptops are all the same.
There are even some desks that don’t even have computers in them.
Some of the top sellers are the Acer Aspire E3, Dell Inspiron 8559, and HP Pavilion 11, all of which sell for more than $3,000.
The Aspire 7 is one popular item that’s sold for more that $3.5,000, and it’s not a brand new laptop either.
The Dell Inspiant 9200 is another popular item for around $3-4,000 (though, at this point, it may be worth more).
The Dell XPS 11, meanwhile, is one that is worth more than the average desk or laptop.
If your budget is $3 or less, you should definitely go for the Asus Chromebook.
There is also a lot more desk and laptop accessories for sale than the government does.
Most of the items on sale have an assortment of colors and designs.
There’s even some accessories for phones and tablets, like the Lenovo Yoga 13.
Most people are probably wondering why some of these things are “green,” and it could be because the government is selling a variety of different products.
But some of them, like keyboards, keyboards with a stylus, or the Acer E3s, are actually pretty cheap.
There have also been a few laptops that are actually more expensive than most of the other types of computers listed.
This may be due to the fact that the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSTD) is the only agency that’s required to buy computers in bulk.
The computers that are sold to the OSTD aren’t necessarily the most powerful, but they do come with a lot less power than other PCs in the same price range.
Some examples of “green office” products include: Dell Inspirations: The Dell E3 and the Dell Inspinct are the cheapest of the “sustainable” models of laptops, which are actually the most expensive.
They’re both powered by a quad-core Intel Celeron processor, 4GB of RAM, and 128GB of storage.
They also come with an option to upgrade to a 256GB SSD.
Acer Asustra: The Acer Asstica 9200 has a Core i7 processor, 16GB of DDR4 RAM, an Intel Core i5-6500U processor, a 256-GB SSD, and a 2TB HDD.
It’s also available in a version with 4GB or 8GB of memory, with prices ranging from $3K to $7K.
Dell Inspires: The Inspire 7 is a higher-end model that’s a bit more expensive.
It comes with a Core M processor, an Nvidia GeForce GT 650M GPU, 256GB of SSD storage, a 500GB hard drive, and 8GB or 16GB RAM.
The Inspiron X560 is a slightly higher-priced model with a quad Core i6 processor, 512GB RAM, a 1TB SSD, a 4GB hard disk drive, a 128GB SSD drive, an 8GB RAM drive, 802.11n Wi-Fi, and 4K UHD resolution.
The Acer Yoga 13 has a similarly powerful Core i3-6