Sometimes, getting to a specific feature or function, such as, say, locking my car remotely from the myBuick app or getting to the Selling section on eBay to check my auctions, in an Android app … Read More
Lacks ADF and mobile device and wireless support. No battery. Must connect to USB on a computer.
The Epson DS-70 … Read More
A PCMag What’s New Now Top Review, September 25, 2018
Small and spiffy. Voice control with supported smart home UIs. IFTTT scripting for extending smart capabilities. Impressive print quality. Competitive ink costs with Instant
Excellent photo quality. Prints borderless images from 4 by 6 inches to 13 by 19 inches. Uses new Claria Photo HD inks. Small and light for an oversize printer.
Running costs a bit
Reasonably fast labels. Good print quality. Strong selection of label types. Cost of consumables is competitively low.
Cutter somewhat clumsy and low-tech. While decent, design and print software could be more modern and
Before the current Wi-Fi standard, called 802.11ac, wireless broadband was never quite robust enough: Too many devices were vying for your limited, inefficiently distributed bandwidth. This latest standard has proven faster and more reliable, and … Read More
Yes, current Wi-Fi-based smart home technology can turn on the lights with your smartphone or voice. But do you call that home automation, really? Isn’t it just a slightly more convenient light switch?
How about … Read More
It’s hard to believe, but I have been writing for the legendary Computer Shopper for over eight years (as of October 2017), and have been a contributing editor there for about seven years. My … Read More