Summary: As of 11-25-2014 the Apps on the Envy 100/110 have been discontinued Check out this HP thread http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/ePrint-Print-Apps-Mobile-Printing-and-ePrintCenter/HP-Apps-Service-Retired-on-several-printers/m-p/4490056 there are other models on this list.
Summary: Paper tray does not hold enough paper. It is for home use, not for a small home busines. It looks great so if you want a stylish looking printer then this is it. DO NOT buy the new model ENVY 120 because that has a known manufacturer defect with the scanner.
Summary: Printer worked well although the touch pad was a little temperamental. Loved the fax capability. Size is great and it looks good. Was scanning a photo when it made a horrible grinding noise and then everything quit. Had it almost 12 months.
Summary: The set-up was daunting even for someone like me who is computer literate. After attempting to set up the Envy for two days (and failing), I gave up and hired a geek. He told me that the Envy requires a router (for some reason I had one in the house).
Easy set up. Works great as a network printer/scanner. 2-sided printing works well. BUT TOUCHPAD IS FLAKY
J. Gilliam, Amazon
28 May 2012
Summary: I bought this for use as a wireless network printer and scanner in a household with four Windows 7 laptops and an HP tablet. Setup was just a few minutes. The computers and the tablet immediately found the printer. Scanning is a breeze...