After DOH’s controversial four-laptop bid that costs Php700k, the department has posted a consolidated bid for laptops and desktops worth Php1.7 million. They also shared the device’s specifications.
The new public bid was posted just last August 19, 2021, which consists of 17 desktop computers with a total cost of about Php1.03 million and 11 laptops that cost Php755K. That’s a total contract cost of Php1,785,886. The laptop’s costs look more realistic than the previous one. You can check the full document here.
DOH’s previous bid posted last May 29, 2021 costs Php1.8 million for 25 desktop computers and 11 laptops. Here’s the full document.
As for the specs, the desktop computers will feature Intel Core i7 CPUs, a 23.8-inch FHD monitor, accessories like a mouse and keyboard, a built-in webcam, and a 3-year warranty. You can check the rest of the specs below.
Meanwhile, the laptops looks pretty high-end with an Intel Core i7-1165G7 CPU, 15.6-inch 4K AMOLED display, and will also have a 3-year warranty. The rest is listed below.