While so many technologies have progressed over the past two decades, it seems that the home printer really hasn’t come that far.
Yes, the days of dot matrix printers are thankfully behind us, but the concept of buying costly ink cartridges to fuel a printer is pretty much the same. Printer prices have stayed relatively low and these days they include features such as WiFi and network connectivity. But these days, other than delivering images that are a bit more crisp, they really haven’t changed that much. That’s probably because most of us display our photos on phones or tablets then we do by printing, framing and hanging them on a wall.
Here’s a look at the popular printers from 1995: