Conclusion: The Envy 120 has style and it improves on the past generation Envy 110 in print quality and coolness factor (a transparent lid!) but I still felt underwhelmed in regards to overall performance. The Envy 120 offers average print speeds, average ink output, below average paper capacity and a irritating paper block error.
Pros: Unique design, Large touch screen, Improved print quality
HP Envy 120 review - Outstanding build quality and interface; but with high running costs and disappointing photo output
9 May 2013
Excerpt: This sumptuous slab of glass and gloss black is an unlikely all-in-one printer, and it’s as luxurious as they come. It’s just 110mm high with a see-through scanning lid, and when you first turn it on the motorised control panel – complete with colour touchscreen – rises gracefully to greet you. If you think that’s neat, wait until you print something: the thin output tray arm extends automatically too.
The HP Envy 120 is a designer printer, so its interface and build quality are outstanding – even if the prints don’t match up
You’re paying for design, not print quality, running costs are high too