Profile of Americans who use an Epson home printer

After the emergence of COVID, many people suddenly needed to outfit their homes with technology such as they would use in their workplace or school. Their home technology often included a home printer. Epson home printers are being used by 8% of online Americans. This MetaFAQs profiles users of Epson home printers by several critical demographic and behavioral factors distinctive from the average American online adult: employment status, life stage, and the number of home PCs used.

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Highlights: Printers

Who’s printing—and what are they printing? TUP Highlights include a broad and deep dive into an essential technology usage topic.
This highlights report focuses on printers, including: top printer brands, purchase plans for printers, top printing activities, profile of intensive printer users, ink use, trends in printing, major activities for a market segment, top printer form factors, and profile of printer user by activity. The research results showcase the TUP/Technology User Profile study, MetaFacts’ survey of a representative sample of online adults profiling the full market’s use of technology products and services during the wave of TUP/Technology User Profile 2021, which is TUP’s 39th annual. TUP Highlights typically also include results from previous waves of TUP.

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Scanners, scanning, and disappearing paper [TUPdate]

Dan Ness, Principal Analyst, MetaFacts, May 5, 2020 Inertia simultaneously saves and disrupts technological transformation. Scanners and printers with integrated scanners have been at the heart of the paper to digital change. So much that was paper is now electronic. The “paperless office” has been a hyped cliché for decades, and yet is truer with…

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