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Workplace Technology: Replace vs. Repair [INFOGRAPHIC]

July 30, 2014

Consumers can quickly distinguish the best route to troubleshooting broken technology with a simple equation: if the cost to replace is more than twice the price to repair, it’s best to repair. Although the influx in technological advances and products makes purchasing and replacing technology seemingly complicated, Lexicon Technologies has done a bit of math to compare average prices of replacement and repair.

See the infographic below.

Workplace Technology: Replace vs. Repair


Lexicon specializes in repair and maintenance of technology including tablets, smartphones, printers, point-of-sale systems, automated kiosks, barcode devices and security equipment. With maintenance programs designed for organizations throughout the US, Lexicon services retail, education, healthcare, government, transportation and technology industries. Lexicon engineers and technicians use industry-certified processes to repair products manufactured by Motorola, Honeywell, Intermec, Apple, Zebra and more. Lexicon’s quality management system has been ISO 9001:2008 certified.