Summary: I have owned this for several years now. Never a problem printing, copying or scanning. Looks like a fine piece of equipment on my desk. It does so much more than print, copy and scan, but I have no use for the other functions. You can fax from it, and it communicates with iPhone and iPad well. To be honest, I really don't avail myself of all its features. If you are like me, you might want to forgo the bells and whistles.
Easy to use and set up, Drinks ink like a Dr Seuss character
J. Hopkins, Amazon
16 January 2014
Summary: I bought this for under $100 so I was surprised to see the asking price now. 5 stars for connectivity and longevity (3 years still running in a small business) 1 star for ink drinking 5 stars for being compact and not collecting much dust (surprising) 4 stars for speed 5 stars for quiet operation I bought a highly rated Canon wireless printer for under $150 for home use and a spaceship arrived on my doorstep that decided when it wanted to connect to the network and when...
Summary: I had an Epson printer before this that printed better quality photos, but it ate through ink like crazy and the print quality worsened dramatically over time. I have owned this machine for about a year. I don't think it would print high enough quality photos from it that you would frame them and hang them, but how often do you really do that? Our family, not too often. What this printer does do however is, so far, print pretty reliably regular household printing.
Form and function with fit-for-purpose performance
2 April 2013
Summary: Beautiful printer that fits in an open space home office. Integrates seamlessly with WIFI and Mac infrastructure to send print jobs from any wireless device or even scan wirelessly. No feed scanner so do it page by page yet sufficient for my needs. Performance is ok for 10 or so pages job, beyond that is too slow. Quality of print is great and can be adjusted from photo quality to fast draft.
Summary: I like this HP Envy 110 e-All-in-One Printer. Strange the heading as I write this says Brown, because it's black. It has a nice, compact footprint for an all-in-one, that I find very attractive. I use a Mac, and haven't had any problems on that front. The printing looks great, the scanning works great. At first, you wonder where the controls are to edit the scanning parameters, but it turns out there is a little application in the folder that gives you that.
Summary: After updating from a HP to a Lexmark then two Kodak printers which were nightmares , I went full circle to this printer and its been fabulous . Works every time even with a wireless connection. fit and finish is fantastic. My only gripe is the E-fax , I wish this had a conventional fax.
Summary: Love this printer...Am able to print to it directly from my iPhone and iPad, as well as from my PC ...all transmitted wirelessly. My only complaint would be the price of the cartridges which are small and need changing frequently which is also a cost factor. However, the cost of all hp cartridges is expensive unless you use the re-fillable ones or the remanufactured ones. The color printing is very good. The size and design of the printer is great.
Summary: The HP Envy sets up well with Mac, the network was easy to set up,and all the web based applications works well. If you are buying this for Mac and you are running OSX 10.8 Mountain Lion you have to down load software and firmware from HP web site not from disk.Through Mac Airplay the Wireless Scanning and print to document feature works well with no lag. In short no problems as of yet,Iam glad i bought it.
Summary: I am a research assistant and a graduate student and was used to owning a high speed (b/w only) laser printer. My laser printer works fine but is not compatible with my lap top or other computers in my home so I needed one that would fulfill other requirements. I was hesitant about choosing an ink jet but on a grad. student/research asst. budget, this offered a lot of features I was looking for and allowed me to not only remain within budget but save some money.