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Habits of Technology in Education is a study prepared by HP Together with the Sapos y Princesas Observatory to evaluate the incidence of new technologies, especially printers, in the home environment contributing to the school education of children, 1,471 from all over the country with children between 0 and 12 years old participated in this study .

In the results of the study Habits of Technology in Education, it showed that 76% of children use technology as a tool for their education and 92% consider technology essential to search for information.

Tablets, laptops and desktop computers are the most popular devices in Spanish homes, but so are printers, in fact 82% of parents say they download printable content in order to facilitate the learning process of their children .

Maps and photographs are the main contents that require printing for children, this is affirmed by 69% of those surveyed, followed by content originating from the web or the media with 54%, followed by 45% corresponding to content from the school intranet.



Half of those surveyed consider that children retain more information if they have a physical support at the time of studying, rather than what is read on a screen, so they prefer to print study material.

In fact 46% of, stating that they need printing at least a couple of times a week, even for home use, as 26% use the devices for printing family memories and holiday or holiday activities.

Multifunctional devices are the most popular, allowing printing, scanning and copying, with 37% of the preferences both at home, in offices and even by freelancers.