It’s a rare occurrence when one of my product reviews lasts more than about a week. Sometimes when reviewing notebooks, the battery tests can push the testing window a little bit with all the charging and discharging, especially for units with really optimized battery life. But normally things are reviewed fairly quickly here in the Breeden Technical Test Lab. So it was quite a surprise when I finally put the finishing touches on a review that I started over four years ago.
All the way back in September 2015, which really does seem like a different world now, I reviewed a printer aimed at federal agencies with a pretty unique set of features. It was designed with its ink placed in giant IV-looking bags which are hung on the side of the printer, and then hidden behind a hard plastic shell so your agency doesn’t look like it’s hosting some kind of a weird science experiment. The end result is that the printer looks a little chubby, but otherwise hides its ink reservoir secrets extremely well. read the rest here