Research Shows Many PC Advisor Readers Prefer To Print From PC
Many computer users prefer to print exclusively from their PC or laptop, a study has found.
A survey by PC Advisor discovered that over 60 per cent of its readers buy ink cartridges to print articles from their PC or Laptop, while 25 per cent admitted that they also send articles from their smartphone or tablet.
Therefore, even though technology allows people to print articles from wireless-enabled devices, it appears that many still prefer to use conventional systems.
Matt Egan from PC Advisor stated: "Surprisingly in this era of digital media, only 13 per cent chose to respond 'Don't print at home', possibly reflecting both the variety of options available to home printers, and the quality of home printers."
Despite the results of the research, manufacturers across the world are paying more attention to wireless capabilities, with many of them introducing cloud technology to allow consumers to print while on the move.
Posted by Canzil Ahmed.