Activities Hobbies A List of Common Goodwill Computer Works Locations Buy a Used Computer from Goodwill at a Huge Discount Share PINTEREST Email Print Bill Hinton / Getty Images Hobbies Frugal Living Bargain Shopping Household Savings Do-It-Yourself Grocery Savings Food Savings Money Management Beauty & Health Care Contests Couponing Freebies Fine Arts & Crafts Astrology Card Games & Gambling Cars & Motorcycles Playing Music Learn More By Erin Huffstetler Erin Huffstetler Writer B.A., Writing and Communications, Maryville College Erin Huffstetler is a writer with experience writing about easy ways to save money at home. Learn about our Editorial Process Updated on 01/30/18 Looking for a great deal on a computer? Try Goodwill. They have a spin-off store called Goodwill Computer Works that sells used (and sometimes even new) computers at a deep discount, and we're not talking about old clunkers either. When you walk into a Computer Works location, you'll find laptops, desktops, printers, gaming systems, and even flat-screen TVs as neatly displayed as they are at any electronics store, and just as well equipped. Each device's specs are clearly noted on the price tag, and computers are turned on, so you can take them for a test drive before you buy. To ensure you're getting a quality computer, trained technicians test and refurbish all electronics before they're put up for sale. At the Charleston, South Carolina, store, for example, they install new hard drives and the latest operating system on every computer that they sell. And if a computer isn't deemed up to par, it gets dismantled for the parts. Anything worth salvaging is sold in a store, and the rest gets recycled. That also makes the store a gold mine for anyone who wants to build their own computer, as well as anyone who's looking to repair or upgrade a computer. You'll find power cords, cables, battery packs, memory, hard drives, graphic cards, monitors, keyboards, mice, and more. And like any well-stocked electronics store, you'll also find DVDs, Blu-ray disks, video games, and cell phone accessories, plus a few surprises, like all the parts you need to fix your flat screen TV. The only things you won't find at a Computer Works are the big price tags and the pushy salespeople. Expect to pay half as much as you would at a regular retail store. Many locations even offer a 90-day warranty and complimentary computer support. Goodwill Computer Works stores are only in a handful of states so far, but they seem to be expanding the program. Here's a list of their locations: California Santa Ana412 N. Fairview St.Santa Ana, CA 92703Phone: (714) 543-9272 Nebraska GoodBytes Computer Recycling Store72nd & F Street4115 South 72nd StreetOmaha, NE 68127Phone: (402) 731-4888 North Carolina CharlotteThe Grid (formerly called Computer Works)9605 North Tryon St. Charlotte, NC 28262 Phone: (704) 916-1655 Pennsylvania Pittsburgh 125 51st StreetPittsburgh, PA 15201Inside the Lawrenceville Goodwill Retail StorePhone: (412) 696-0092 Rhode Island Providence100 Houghton St.Providence, RI 02904Inside Goodwill Industries of Rhode Island HeadquartersPhone: (401) 487-1029 South Carolina North CharlestonPalmetto Goodwill Computer Works Store813 Rivers Ave.North Charleston, SC 29406 Texas Austin8965 Research Blvd.Austin, TX 78758Inside Macfarlane Retail StorePhone: (512) 637-7501 Dallas919 N. Haskell Ave.Dallas, TX 75204Phone: (214) 823-2481 To donate a computer or other electronics to Goodwill Computer Works, refer to DellReconnect.com or contact your local Goodwill store for more information. Normal Goodwill stores and Goodwill Outlet Stores almost never have electronics so if you're looking for a computer or nearly any other technology item, be sure to head to a Goodwill Computer Works.