What the busiest American home printer users print

The most active American home printer users print over 100 pages each month and comprise one in six online American adults. Most of their printing activities are work-oriented, even though their printer was acquired with personal funds. This MetaFAQs profiles American online adults using a home printer by their printing activities and their printer’s technology, contrasting those who print more than 100 pages per month versus those who print fewer pages.

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Profile of Americans who use a Canon home printer

With the onset of the pandemic, having a well-appointed home office became important both for employees working from home and parents of school-aged children. Canon home printers are being used by 15% of online Americans. This MetaFAQs profiles users of Canon 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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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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