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Laptops can now be checked out at Lexington Public Library 

All patrons 18 and over with a valid library card are eligible

LEXINGTON, Ky. — Lexington Public Library has added 275 laptops to its extensive lists of resources available at no cost to library cardholders. Laptops can be reserved and picked up at any library location (open or curbside). Adult cardholders 18 and over may check out a laptop for 14 days, which will automatically renew, unless another customer places a hold on it.

All laptops are fully equipped with Microsoft Office, several internet browsers and standard software. Laptops come in their own carrying case along with charging cord and instructions for setup. Laptop data and web searchers will be wiped clean by library staff after each loan to ensure customer information is not compromised. Also, all laptops will be sterilized after each loan to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and other germs.

Click here for an informative LPL Laptop How To Video in English and here for one in Spanish.

Anyone who lives or works in Fayette County is eligible for a Lexington Public Library card.  Information about how to apply may be found here.

Customers can reserve laptops through the Lexington Public Library’s catalog at www.LexPubLib.org or by calling (859) 231-5500.