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Academic Discounts Right on Campus

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Academic Discounts Right on Campus

Our convenient on-campus location offers students, faculty and staff academic discounts from Apple, Dell, Lenovo as well as on software and accessories. In store services include computer repair, trade-in and warranty services for most computer brands. 

For online purchases, choose your portal below. 

Personal use purchases for students, faculty and staff.

Department purchases for faculty and staff.

 

For online purchases, choose your portal below. 

Personal use purchases for students, faculty and staff.

Department purchases for faculty and staff.

TECHPALOOZA SALE EVENT is Nov. 2, 2017!

9 REASONS YOU SIMPLY CAN'T BEAT OUR DEALS

COMPUTER DISCOUNTS

Students get BIG savings on select computers.

SOFTWARE DISCOUNTS

Save up to 85% on popular software titles.

PROTECTION PLAN DISCOUNTS

Complete PC protection; includes accidental damage & theft.

BUNDLE DISCOUNTS

Combine essential software & accessories for a huge discount.

SHOP BY MAJOR

We match your computer specs with any major on campus.
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FREE IN-STORE PICKUP

Never pay shipping when you order online & pick up in store.

TRADE-INS

Immediate store credit when you trade in your old computer.

COMPUTER, TABLET & PHONE REPAIR

Convenient, affordable access to remedy any tech related issue.

NO-CREDIT CHECK FINANCING

Your job & bank account can qualify you for financing.

TECHPALOOZA SALE EVENT is Nov. 2, 2017!

9 REASONS YOU SIMPLY CAN'T BEAT OUR DEALS

COMPUTER DISCOUNTS

Students get BIG savings on select computers.

SOFTWARE DISCOUNTS

Save up to 85% on popular software titles.

PROTECTION PLAN DISCOUNTS

Complete PC protection; includes accidental damage & theft.

BUNDLE DISCOUNTS

Combine essential software & accessories for a huge discount.

SHOP BY MAJOR

We match your computer specs with any major on campus.
Free_store-02

FREE IN-STORE PICKUP

Never pay shipping when you order online & pick up in store.

TRADE-INS

Immediate store credit when you trade in your old computer.

COMPUTER REPAIR CENTER

Convenient access to remedy any tech related issue.

NO-CREDIT CHECK FINANCING

Your job & bank account can qualify you for financing.
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Our convenient on-campus location offers students, faculty & staff academic discounts from Apple, Dell, Lenovo, software, accessories, computer repair, trade-in and warranty services for most computer brands.

1.888.439.6425 or email

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Visitor Center Building
Hours: 9-7 M-Th, 9-5 F

COMING SOON!

Microsoft Surface Book 2

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This day in tech history:

October 17, 1985: Intel released the 80386 DX processor. The 275,000 transistor chip was a big jump from the 20 MHz 286. It contained the ability to address up to 4 GB of memory and had a bigger instruction set. The chip would be released, but most people wouldn’t see the processor until Spring of 1986. Interesting enough – the 386 chip was finally discontinued in the Fall of 2007. The chip was used after personal computer days to power many embedded systems.

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Our convenient on-campus location offers students, faculty & staff academic discounts from Apple, Dell, Lenovo, software, accessories, computer repair, trade-in and warranty services for most computer brands.

1.888.439.6425  or email

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dell_partnerdirect_registered_rgb-altered

Click below for Google map

UTD_map

Visitor Center Building
Hours: 9-7 M-Th, 9-5 F

COMING SOON!

Microsoft Surface Book 2

#UTD #UTDallas #UTDTech #Surface
... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

This day in tech history:

October 17, 1985: Intel released the 80386 DX processor. The 275,000 transistor chip was a big jump from the 20 MHz 286. It contained the ability to address up to 4 GB of memory and had a bigger instruction set. The chip would be released, but most people wouldn’t see the processor until Spring of 1986. Interesting enough – the 386 chip was finally discontinued in the Fall of 2007. The chip was used after personal computer days to power many embedded systems.

#UTD #UTDallas #UTDTech #FeelingNostalgic #OTD
... See MoreSee Less

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