The UK is home to the best printers in the entire world, a report from a UK company has claimed.
The company, PrintLab, said that in 2017 it had published the UK’s best printer rankings, which included its biggest competitor, China’s Xiong.
It found that its UK printer, Fabrikam, had the best quality, speed and cost per gigabyte (Gigabyte), and that it was the cheapest printer on offer.
It also rated its rivals in other key areas, such as price and durability.
The report noted that the company’s competitors were all “well-respected” and “firmly established”.
“We think Fabrikams reputation and the strength of its reputation make it an easy choice to consider,” it said.
However, it noted that “further research is needed”.
“It is also possible that a competitor with superior products could be the winner of the prize.”
It said that it “would like to encourage other manufacturers to continue to use Fabrikames printers”.
“Fabrikam has been a leading provider of quality, affordable, reliable and high-quality printer services since 2005.”
The report, published by the company in January, said it had “received over 150,000 enquiries from the public” about the winner, but it did not say how many of those had been answered.
It said it was investigating how it was chosen.
The UK’s largest printers, who have a reputation for reliability, cost, durability and speed, include Fabrikamic, Epson, HP, Kodak and Kodak Black.
However there are some other printers that have been known to fail.
In April 2017, Evernote reported a software bug that caused the email app to fail to upload documents for weeks.
In November 2017, the BBC reported that its app had been plagued by security issues.