Newegg has introduced a new option as part of the PC Builder configuration operating system, where the company's in-house team assembles you on a finished desktop before moving newly purchased hardware.
For an additional $99.99, an assembly service ENIAC Newegg builds your rig and sends it to "on-site testing and quality control methods." Processing time is seven to 10 business days and each issue is covered by Newegg's standard return policy.
While most PC enthusiasts who buy from Newegg prefer to build their own towers, the retailer has identified a subset of customers. Who are not in this group for various reasons. Maybe someone is new to computers and doesn't have the experience to assemble their equipment, or maybe the company is building a fleet of systems and doesn't have the time and resources to assemble everything. The ENIAC team can do over 1,000 builds per day, so there won't be much delay in processing time, assuming you buy everything you currently have in stock.
The potentially suspicious verb includes: Newegg calls "hot goods" or ordered goods. According to Newegg's FAQ, it can only be purchased through the PC Builder Assembly service, and will likely be locked behind a "paywall" or different types. Here is Newegg's full description of the hotspots:
Inquisitive items or limited supply "hot items" can only be purchased through the PC Builder Assembly service or you cannot complete the checkout process. Hot items will not be the same all day, it depends on the market.
To be eligible for Hot Commodity Collection Service, simply add the following components to your device: CPU, Motherboard, Memory, Video Card, Case, and Power Supply. p>
Neweg launches PC service for an extra $99