Plug and play is awesome. Do you remember the early days of personal computing, when a mouse or keyboard would come with four floppy installation discs completely indistinguishable from one another? Remember when your cat would jump up on your 60 lb monitor and you’d be prompted to find a driver for his fuzzy butt? No more. Now peripherals are all plug-and-play. They introduce themselves. Except printers. Printers are still uptight and traditional, probably because of the actually-using-paper thing. They don’t like to talk about it.
Thankfully, Hypertech’s new Interceptor (which is on sale over in the store – hint, hint. Nudge nudge. Saynomore) line of performance chips for cars and trucks, namely Chryslers, Jeeps, and Ram trucks, is happy to dispense with the formalities, and installing one is easier than plugging in a USB mouse (be honest: do you ever get it right the first time?).