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HP Envy 110 e-All-in-One Printer

HP Envy 110 e-All-in-One Printer

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  • ISO Speed: Up to 7 ppm black, Up to 4 ppm color
  • Scan Resolution: Up to 1200 x 1200 dpi; Scan Type: Flatbed
  • Copy Speed: Up to 30 cpm black, Up to 25 cpm color

Functions: Print, Scan, Copy, webPrint technology: HP Thermal InkjetLanguage: HP PCL 3 GUI, PMLPrint Resolution: Black (Best Quality): Up to 1200 x 600 rendered dpi; Color (Best Quality): Up to 4800 x 1200 optimized dpi color (when printing from a computer on selected HP photo papers and 1200 input dpiPrint speed: ISO Speed: Up to 11ppm black, Up to 7.5 ppm color; Maximum Print Speed: Up to 22 ppm black, Up to 22 ppm colorBorderless Printing: Yes (up to 8.5 x 11 in, 216 x 279 mm)Direct Print Supported: Yes (memory cards)Duplex Print Options: Automatic (standard)Duty Cycle (MONTHLY): Up to 1000 pagesMemory: 64 MBColor scanning: YesScanner type: FlatbedScan Technology: Contact Image Sensor (CIS)Scan resolution: Enhanced: Up to 19,200 dpi; Hardware: Up to 1200 x 1200 dpi; Optical: Up to 1200 dpiMaximum scan size: 8.5 x 11.7 in (216 x 297 mm)Scan input modes: Front-panel scanBit depth: 24-bit/256Copy resolution: Black (Text and Graphics): Up to 600 dpi; Color (Text and Graphics): Up to 600 dpiCopy Speed: Laser Comparable Speed: Up to 6.5 ppm black, Up to 5.5 ppm color; Maximum Copy Speed: Up to 21 cpm black, Up to 20 cpm colorMaximum Number of Copies: Up to 50 copiesCopier resize: 25 to 400%Standard connectivity: 1 USB 2.0, 1 WiFi 802.11b/g/nNetwork ready: Standard (built-in WiFi 802.11b/g/n)

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  1. Marvin says:
    55 of 55 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Envy Update, October 31, 2011
    By 
    Marvin (Reston, VA USA) –

    This review is from: HP Envy 110 e-All-in-One Printer (Office Product)

    I admired the design of the original Envy 100 but held off on buying one. I just went ahead with the updated 110 model this past weekend.

    The printer was a breeze to set up. My PC established an ad hoc wi-fi network with it and securely transmitted at my primary home network’s info securely to the printer itself and then switched both back to my regular wi-fi network (802.11g with WPA2). After that completed, the printer “just worked” without requiring any configuration on the printer itself.

    Printing from my laptop or from my iPhone works perfectly. Earlier reviews had talked about the tray and panel not closing properly – that all seems to be working fine for me. The printer is almost silent in its operation. It’s so sleek and stylish that it looks perfectly in place sitting on an side table in my living room.

    I haven’t used the e-fax feature yet but am glad to have it. For the occasional sending or receiving of faxes, being able to do so without a land line is a welcome feature.

    It costs a bit more but the design and operation are superior to the inexpensive options, in my opinion.

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  2. R. Winchester "Rick From IL" says:
    39 of 40 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Quiet All-in-One, November 7, 2011
    By 
    R. Winchester “Rick From IL” (Central Illinois) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    This review is from: HP Envy 110 e-All-in-One Printer (Office Product)

    Picked one of these printers up because I wanted a printer in my family room, where I do most of my computer work.

    Most of what I looked at seemed to be a few metal parts and lots of cheap plastic. When I picked up the HP Envy printer, I immediately felt the difference. Heavy and solid construction.

    The looks of the printer are unlike any other I have seen. It looks more like a DVD player than a printer. It fits into my living area, while other printers looked like office equipment – not what I wanted in my family room.

    Unboxing the unit showed that the packaging was high quality and the printer had it’s own bag keeping it safe from scratches. Hookup consisted of plugging in the electric cable and turning the printer on.

    From there, the printer guided me through the setup, including telling me when to insert the ink cartridges and how to set up the wireless connection.

    The only thing I needed to have was my network security password, as I have a secured Wi-fi network.

    Connected to the network 1st time after I keyed in the password.

    Installing the software on my computer was quick and easy. No surprises, but HP does load their installation with a bunch of junk you probably don’t want. Just deselect anything you don’t want installed.

    Everything works fine. Usual good quality prints and scans.

    The printer found some firmware updates and asked me if I wanted them installed. I did and they went in without any problem. Same for an update to the computer software for the printer.

    This printer uses two ink cartridges – black and a color. I like this approach as the cartridge design has the print heads in the cartridge. Change inks and you get a new print head each time.

    I have used several other brands of ink jet printers that have permanent print heads as part of the printer. These always tend to clog for me, over time. With the HP cartridge design used here, I have never had bad prints, or clogged print heads on the other Photo printer I have from HP. I’ve also used HP inkjets at work for years and they just print – day in and day out.

    Some find a benefit to having separate ink cartridges for each color. I’ve had two printers with this arrangement and found that I was replacing the various colors at about the same time. The extra parts just amounted to extra things that could go wrong, and added cost.

    The HP Envy printer has some neat features like the touch screen and the retractable paper catcher. While neat features, they seem to be likely problem areas down the road (after the mfg warranty expires), so I bought an extended warranty on the printer – giving me 4 years of coverage.

    Hope this printer works long term as good as it looks out of the box. HP did a great design job, integrating an office device into a home environment.

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  3. Nick U. "Video Dad" says:
    28 of 28 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Really impressed with how simple it was to setup and how cool it looks, December 2, 2011
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    Nick U. “Video Dad” (New York, NY) –

    This review is from: HP Envy 110 e-All-in-One Printer (Office Product)

    I wanted Airprint, but considering I own Canon DSLR’s I thought I’d go with 1 of the 3 new Canon printers that support Airprint. Walked into Staples because the prices were inline with Amazon. I saw the Envy 110 and it reminds me of a Maranz component A/V Amp more than a printer. It’s a bronze color with a nice color screen in front. I had to turn it upside down to find the paper tray, and even then couldn’t figure out where the paper was coming from. While the canons were the same price at Staples as Amazon, this was $20 more ($199) but I pulled the trigger. Got it home, plugged it in and it was working in 10 minutes. My Ipad’s and Iphones automatically saw the printer, my Windows 7 found it as well with a “Find Printer” function in control panel, but don’t be lazy like me and make sure you run the install disk first, unless your technically competent and are able to fix the drivers.

    ePrint was up and running in a few minutes, and it’s really amazing, already sending stuff home. You pick an email address @hpeprint.com and what ever you send to that address from anywhere in the world will print at home, and I sincerely mean it took minutes to set this up was so easy.

    Haven’t used the Efax but I bet it will work just as easily, you get a dedicated fax number which is displayed on the front LCD when needed. You get 20 free faxes a month too.

    I was surprised to find apps available, and quickly installed via the LCD panel, things like coupons.com which after you enter your zip code will allow you to print a few dozen coupons, and facebook app which I haven’t tried but would imagine it looks at photos on your facebook account and allows you to quickly print, keep in mind you could always use the hpeprint.com email address to email pictures from anywhere on the web and print from your printer.

    The printer was soooo nice looking I moved it away from the clutter and wires of my computer desk, and next to my fancy espresso machine in the kitchen. Soo cool, when you walk up to a file waiting for you after hitting print on your ipad.

    How nice is the photo printing? I don’t know. I didn’t buy this as a powerhouse photo printing station, I bought it to live in the living area’s of my house and be used for printing via Notebooks, IPads and Iphones but am sure the photo printing will be as good or better than the 6 year old Canon i9900 I moved upstairs (which is really big).

    Love it.

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