Printer activity in US, Germany, UK, Japan, China

Printing continues to be a routine task for a significant portion of online adults, encompassing activities such as printing documents, web pages, reports, presentations, personal records, and even recipes. However, it’s important to note that not all online adults are actively engaged in this practice. The extent of printer usage varies considerably from one country to another, and this variation carries substantial implications for both printer manufacturers and the suppliers of consumables like ink, toner, and paper.

To provide valuable insights into this aspect, we present the TUP 2023 table 410 PRxCOUNTRY, which offers a comprehensive overview of printer usage among online adults in five key markets: the United States, Germany, the United Kingdom, Japan, and China. This data encompasses the percentage of individuals in each country who have utilized a printer in the preceding 90 days, along with detailed information on the number of printers they have employed.

This data not only sheds light on the current state of printer engagement but also serves as a valuable resource for technology marketers, researchers, analysts, and professionals seeking to understand and capitalize on these trends within the global technology landscape.

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