LYRA FORECASTS RISE IN ALL-IN-ONES INKJET PRINTERS SALES

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LYRA FORECASTS RISE IN ALL-IN-ONES INKJET PRINTERS SALES

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    LYRA:FORECASTS RISE IN ALL-IN-ONES INKJET
    PRINTERS SALES

    Lyra’s
    New Forecast Reports Detail the Rise of Ink Jet All-in-Ones and the
    Fall of Single-Function Ink Jet Printers

    Lyra Research has released two new complementary reports that
    cover the ink jet printer market—Single-Function Ink Jet Printers:
    Worldwide Forecast, 2006–2013 and Ink Jet All-in-Ones: Worldwide
    Forecast, 2006–2013. The two new ink jet reports detail worldwide
    shipment, pricing, and revenue figures for the single-function ink jet
    printer and ink jet all-in-one (AIO) markets and are based on key
    findings from Lyra’s Hard Copy Industry Advisory Service (IAS) 2009
    Forecast 360.

    “These two new ink jet market reports clearly
    detail the value proposition of additional functionality in the rise of
    the ink jet all-in-one market compared with the single-function ink jet
    printer market. This data and analysis will enable ink jet printer
    vendors to determine where opportunities exist and will highlight the
    pricing and product trends that they should keep in mind as the product
    shift continues and the economy begins to rebound,” comments Larry
    Jamieson, director of Lyra’s Hard Copy Industry Advisory Service.

    Single-Function
    Ink Jet Printers: Worldwide Forecast, 2006–2013 examines the decline of
    the single-function ink jet printer market and how the economic
    recession, the migration to ink jet all-in-one devices, and the growth
    of home WiFi networks have increased the pace of this downward spiral.
    The report also explains that cost-conscious first-time buyers in
    emerging markets will continue to be interested in purchasing
    single-function ink jet printers.

    Specifically, this report
    covers general-purpose A4 and A3 ink jet printers and photo-specialty
    A4, A3, and Snapshot ink jet printers. It offers information regarding
    shipments, installed base, revenue, and pricing. Regional shipment
    breakdowns are also provided for North America; Latin America; Europe,
    the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA); and Asia Pacific. For more
    information on Single-Function Ink Jet Printers: Worldwide Forecast,
    2006–2013, please visit
    http://lyra.ecnext.com/coms2/summary_0290-1042_ITM.

    Ink Jet
    All-in-Ones: Worldwide Forecast, 2006–2013 discusses how ink jet AIOs
    essentially have replaced single-function ink jet printers as the
    standard home and small office/home office (SOHO) printing device. The
    report explains that this market—unlike many other imaging industry
    segments—is expected to expand through 2013. In 2008, total shipments
    for ink jet AIOs reached nearly 65.7 million units (see figure). By
    2013, shipments will be approximately 74 million units.

    This
    report also breaks down the ink jet AIO market by
    segment—photo-specialty, general-purpose business, and general-purpose
    consumer—and discusses shipments by regions—North America, Latin
    America, EMEA, and Asia Pacific. It also examines how ink jet AIOs are
    gaining acceptance in emerging markets as prices for these machines drop
    to levels similar to those of single-function printers and as more
    users become comfortable with the additional features that AIOs offer.
    For more information on Ink Jet All-in-Ones: Worldwide Forecast,
    2006–2013 report, please visit
    http://lyra.ecnext.com/coms2/summary_0290-1044_ITM.