Reviews and Problems with HP Envy 100 e-All-in-One
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Value for money 7
HP Envy 100 All-In-One Printer - Designer Multitasker
3 July 2011
Excerpt: Right out of the box, it's clear that the ePrint-capable HP Envy 100 is one sleek-looking printer. What remains is to find out how it actually performs and how functional is its design. And that's where we come in. So dig in for the detailed review.
Pros: Refreshing design, Able to print content from the Internet without a computer, Supports HP ePrint and Apple AirPrint functions
Cons: Single 80-sheet paper input tray, Mediocre print speeds
Pros: Excellent color output with subtle detail on gloss photo paper. Super-sleek Vader-approved design, low-profile chassis doesn’t hog space. Easy setup and installation. Downloadable Linux drivers available. Good LCD touchscreen
Cons: Small ink cartridges — doesn’t use separate ink cartridges for each color. Mediocre print speed. Gloss-black finish is a fingerprint and dust magnet. Cover for USB and memory card feels fragile. Paper-feed mechanism can mark some gloss-paper coatings.
Summary: If you're a home user with moderate printing needs, HP's Envy 100 e-All-in-One inkjet multifunction is one of the best printers designed for home use that we have tested in 2010. It's quiet operation, intuitive printing and stylish design, will make this a welcome addition to your home office.
HP Envy 100 e-All-in-One printer review: one of the best printers of 2010 for home use
Good Gear Guide.au
5 August 2013
Summary: If you're a home user with moderate printing needs, HP's Envy 100 e-All-in-One inkjet multifunction is one of the best printers designed for home use that we have tested in 2010. Its quiet operation, intuitive printing, and stylish design will make it a welcome addition to your home office.
Pros: Quiet, easy to use, the best design we've ever seen from a printer, automatic duplex reduces paper use
Cons: Test print speeds slower than stated, colour quality isn't up to scratch for photo printing
Excerpt: HP's Envy sub-brand is applied to its premium models, which are distinguished by their slick styling. This inkjet multifunction peripheral (MFP) is a striking mix of glossy black plastic and brushed metal alloy.
Excerpt: With iOS 4.2’s release last week, we thought it a perfect time to try out one of HP’s new ePrint enabled printers (that’s HP’s fancy marketing term) which means you can print directly to them using AirPrint (Apple’s fancy marketing term) via Wi-Fi on an iPhone or iPad.
Pros: Easy setup; nice design; AirPrint support; some interesting apps
Cons: Quite big; slow printing; touchscreen is difficult to use
Summary: HP wants to bring some glamour to the all-in-one printer market with this sleek little number. HP's Envy brand is mainly known for its sleek, aluminium-clad premium laptops, but now it's branching out.