I believe there's a valid point raised in saying that test results should in general be more conservative.
I often read very high claims that, once tested personally, are never reached and often not even close to what promised.
This is not Eve-Tech's problem, but more of a general problem in the market, that works off tests that are not descriptive to everybody's use.
Personally, what I'd rather see in general, would be some claim like "8h on high load, 12h on typical load". This would give a much more useful information, at least to me.
To this extent, I'd like to ask Eve-Tech (@Konstantinos) to try and run a test on higher workloads or maximum screen brightness or so and return the results, so we know what to expect even in worse-than-typical scenarios.