To print or not to print really isn't the question, but rather whether or not anyone is still printing at home and, more importantly, buying these devices for their home.
Questioning the popularity of home printers is especially pertinent during the holiday season as plenty of shoppers and gift gives are searching high and low just about any gadget or electronic device they believe can make the life of the would be recipient a little easier.
Naturally, tablets, smart phones and even the hybrid laptops and tablets rush immediately to the forefront of the conversation. Even digital cameras, despite plenty of their buzz and attraction being usurped by the cameras on those aforementioned smart phones and tablets, still get a least a little love from the consumer.
But what about printers? Is anyone really knocking down fellow customers just to get their hands on a printer or making it a point to head to that particular part of the store?
Truthfully, home printers are the kind of product that ironically sound good on paper, as if to suggest that everyone should have one. But when you really think about printers, you can come to two conclusions: they're useful but not even close to being essential as it relates to what you're doing at home.
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