News: Dell Computers, Servers, and Laptops in Tulsa

Jackson Technical sells and services Dell computers, laptops, and servers locally in Tulsa, OK. Our retail store used to by located in the lobby of the Atlas Life Building in downtown Tulsa... however, the Atlas Life Building is now a Marriot hotel.  We are now located in the Philtower building.  The retail storefront has been closed, but we still stock computers and networking equipment.

Since 2003, we have been a partner with Dell serving as a Dell Solution Provider. This relationship allows us to sell and service Dell workstations and notebooks locally. Typically, we can save you $50 - $150 off the prices available on Dell's website... even lower than their specials!  Because we are a dell reseller, we can service what we sell locally.

Jackson Technical specializes in Dell's business class machines. These include Optiplex desktops, Latitude notebooks, and PowerEdge servers.

We maintain stock of several of our recommended configurations of each of these Dell product lines. Prices and configurations are available for all budgets, without sacrificing performance or warranty coverage.

All of the machines we sell are configured with a minimum 3 year warranty.

Our current line includes:

  • Business Lite
  • Business PC
  • Business Pro
  • Business Laptop
  • Small Business Server

In addition to Dell PCs, laptops, and servers, we can order professional class Precision workstations, PowerVault tape backups and drive arrays, Axim Mobile PCs (Pocket PC) and PowerConnect network switches.

Although we specialize in Dell business class machines, we can service Dell Dimension PCs, and Inspiron notebooks. We can work with Dell Support on your behalf to repair your consumer class machines.

Please contact us at 918-585-TECH (8324) for current stock status and pricing. Prices and availability are subject to change.

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