Any student who goes to a university or college knows how many pages of paper they print in a year.
Some would say three hundred pages, others at an average of a hundred and fifty pages. It quite varies, but those who are more comfortable with lecture printouts can print as much as two hundred pages a week or two thousand four hundred pages in a twelve-week semester.
Graduate students could even spend more printing. Law students for one, print about an average of a fifteen-page case with about fifty to a hundred assigned cases in just one lecture.
You can try to do the math by looking at your usual activity in school. Here are some of the things the most students print:
1. Research paper
3. Take home projects
5. Study cases
6. Online notes and reviewers
7. Other references
8. Random downloads
9. Reports or lecture materials and
10. Any useful articles or just about anything relevant
There are a lot more to print when you are a student, God knows how many.
One thing for sure is that the life of a student would be much bearable if printing is made easy at home when you can print without having to go out looking around for print shops.
So what are you still waiting for? You can start by creating a checklist of what you usually use the printing for, and if you think that your time spent outside in printing is becoming more of a hassle than maybe it’s time for you to get your own printer.