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Socks, bed desks and Zoom video conference software aren’t the only products that have skyrocketed in sales since quarantine in the United States began. Directly connected to the major rise in work from home rates, printer sales have also significantly increased with folks (myself included) struggling to find reasonable price options that are still in stock and available for delivery.
According to Bloomberg, the influx of printer sales initially came as a result of consumers needing to make returns and print shipping labels. This all arose due to folks deciding to primarily make purchases online as a result of the nationwide lockdowns.
The article, published in Jun. 2020, even added that Deloitte predicted that sales of all-in-one home printers — the ones that can both scan and email — would surge 15 percent this year to nearly $29 billion. “That’s double the annual growth rate that had been predicted before the coronavirus outbreak,” the article continues.
The massive surge in purchases for this piece of tech that was once only exclusively needed for corporate and home offices, continued to rise once work-from-home orders were enforced across the country.
As a result of this, and with several months passing since many companies have put this plan into action, in-stock printers have recently been a pain to hunt down. Luckily, there are a few top-rated options that have recently been restocked across a few trusted retailers.
Before getting into these available options, it’s important to pair what is sure to be a dime-a-dozen purchase (given the current climate) with proper tech support and a protection service that ensures that you’re covered in the event of any malfunctions of emergencies. This is where Yahoo Plus Tech comes in.
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Yahoo Plus Tech is a premium tech support and home device protection service that provides coverage to a wide range of tech devices including printers, laptops, desktop computers, tablets, TVs and gaming systems.
For a flat monthly rate of $15, the service provides coverage for accidental damage from handling for certain portable devices as well as technical support. In the event that you are in need of assistance, simply contact your Yahoo Plus Tech U.S.-based tech expert, who is available 24/7, via phone or chat. The resolution to your issue can come in the form of a repair, replacement or even full reimbursement for the item.
Take a look at a list of our favorite all-in-one printers that are currently available across retailers like Amazon, Canon and Staples, below:
1. HP OfficeJet 3830 All-In-One Wireless Printer, $79.99 (Orig. $99.89)
2. HP Envy 6055 Wireless All-In-One Printer, $129.99
3. HP Envy 7855 All-In-One Photo Printer With Wireless Printing, $179.89 (Orig. $229.89)
4. Canon Pixma TR150 Wireless Portable Printer, $199.99
Also in stock on Amazon starting August 17, 2020.
5. HP OfficeJet Pro 8025 Wireless Color All-In-One Inkjet Printer, $169.99
Ensure that your printer is fully covered in the event of any technical mishaps or accidents with Yahoo Plus Tech, a new subscription service providing tech support and electronics insurance for just $15 a month.
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