Summary: We got this printer less than two years ago, it looks really nice, and the ePrint and Wireless features are nice to have. However, sooner after an year, it starts to breakdown quite frequently. Called support, got instructions and got fixed, but a couple of months later, it happens all over again. Now it happens every other printed page. Called HP support again, they promised they will replace it if it breaks down again.
Great printer - Beware - designed to self destruct
Carl Stutzner, Amazon
19 January 2014
Summary: Pros - A great printer for the price black text good, color - so so - scans as it should, faxing a little laborious to set up and get going and some e fax number at the end of the internet to use. Setup was easy and it worked great. I figured I had a winner. Have owned it 2 years with no problems - except Cons - Ink. This is my biggest beef. I started using after market recyclable ink which is cheaper and works just great.
Summary: I've had the HP Envy 110 wireless printer for over a year. It has a very modern appearance. That is the only positive comment I can make about it. If your interested in a bulky ink jet printer, a product that reject non-HP ink cartridges randomly, shakes violently, and is constantly losing wireless network connection...I highly recommend this printer!
Summary: BEWARE OF UNETHICAL, ILLEGAL HP PRACTICES. I purchased an HP Photosmart C6280 printer 6 years ago for $230. I selected that high-end, expensive model printer because it had the automatic duplex (2-sided) printing feature. After about 3-4 years, HP began to force updating the printer software utility over the internet without my consent. The weekly practice became a real nuisance and added no noticeable benefit.
Summary: I've never written a review online for anything, but I have to warn other potential consumers about this product. I would give this product minus 5 stars if I could. I purchased this printer 13 months ago at Staples. All I wanted was a wireless printer that I could hook up to my home network, and the sales guy herds me over to this fancy printer that looks like a home entertainment component more than a printer.