Chromebooks, Windows, & Apple Student Device Repair
Lexicon has built a reputation on fast turn times (average turn time for student device repair during a school year is 5.5 days) and repairs done right the first time. Our repair rate for SY 2021/2022 was 99.97%. That means for every 4,000 student devices we repaired, only one was returned requiring additional repair.
Lexicon Welcomes New K-12 Districts to AlwaysLearning™
Lexicon's AlwaysLearning student device repair program continues to grow with the addition of new K12 districts across the Southeast.
USB-C Power Adapters & Power Cords In Stock
Lexicon has USB-C power adapters and power cords in stock and available for bulk purchase at $19.95.
Q2 2022 NEWSLETTER
Welcome to the premiere (black tie optional) of the Lexicon quarterly AlwaysLearning Bulletin! Today, we take you through small district discounts, avoiding DOA batteries in Chromebooks, conference updates, and a bit more. Let’s dive in.
4 Ways Lexicon Is Serving Former Staymobile Districts
Former Staymobile districts look to Lexicon to provide immediate repairs of student devices as well as short-and long-term ADP options.
Lexicon Adds 25,000 S.F. for K12 Bulk Parts Storage
Lexicon Tech Solutions, an ISO 9001:2015 certified facility, recently added an additional 25,000 s.f. of space to the company's Conyers, GA based repair and storage facility. The expansion comes as the company continues to bring on more K-12 districts for student device repair across the Southeast.
A Letter from Lexicon Tech's CEO
We’re hearing from numerous districts impacted by this week’s closing of Staymobile. The Lexicon team has been working closely with our OEM and distribution partners to formulate transition plans and longer-term solutions for districts that have contracts with Staymobile.
Guest Post: 22 Education and Technology Companies Changing the Way We Learn
Lexicon is pleased to be included in The Renaissance Group's list of top Education and Technology companies.
Lexicon Assists Districts Impacted by Staymobile Bankruptcy
The announcement that Staymobile–the Kennesaw, Georgia based student device repair company–has permanently closed its doors and filed for bankruptcy has left some districts scrambling to ensure their students are not left without working devices for the remainder of this school year and the start of next.