Vibrant full color logo printing on your Chromebook allows for unique customization while aiding in theft-protection.
Bright, beautiful, long-lasting printed color logos and designs on your CTL Chromebooks go far beyond just making your devices look fantastic. They also show school spirit, function as visual marketing, and aid in theft-prevention and the recovery of lost devices. Having your school, agency, or organization’s logo printed on your CTL Chromebook covers means that your devices can be spotted at a glance.
CTL Chromebooks have been built to withstand the rigors of student and commuter use, and all of CTL’s Chromebooks are backed by enterprise-level service and support. Over the past three years, CTL has worked with Google to develop a line of Chromebooks designed specifically for K-12 Education. These rugged devices have proven to be a popular choice for government and business organizations as well. CTL offers a wide selection of Chromebooks including touchscreen and convertible tablet models. Custom logo printing is available for orders of 100 or more of any of CTL’s Chromebook models.
To arrange for custom printing, your school or organization simply needs to provide a high resolution vector art file. CTL works with a high-quality printing partner to make sure that your logo is displayed exactly as you want it. You can rest assured that your logo or design will be printed accurately, clearly, boldly, and consistently on each device. In order to ensure that your printed device comes out exactly as intended, CTL will work to make sure all work has your approval before printing on Chromebooks.
Pricing for logo printing on your order is dependant on the scope of work and quantity of devices ordered. To learn more about qualifications and pricing on your CTL Education Chromebooks, contact your sales rep today or visit ctl.info/printing.
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