Reviews and Problems with HP Photosmart e-All-in-One D110a
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HP Photosmart e-All-in-One (D110a)
5 June 2011
Summary: We wouldn't recommend it for high-output households or large offices, but the HP Photosmart D110a provides inexpensive access to HP's clever new ePrint and Web-connected apps.
Cons: Print speeds are languid and the smaller paper input capacity makes it a hassle to refill for bigger households. You also must have a wireless connection to use the D110 to its fullest potential.
Summary: Though the HP Photosmart D110 series sounds like a dedicated photo printer, it's not quite that; rather, it's a fax-less all-in-one that's fairly lightweight and compact, while not as portable as HP seems to think. It has a decent sized LCD screen (not a touchscreen, however, like its photo-printer counterparts), it does print photos nicely, and is wireless and has customizable apps to allow printing from sources such as USA Today.
Pros: Large LCD screen, Wireless, Customizable ePrint Center apps, Print, scan, copy
Cons: Long set-up time, Not really distinguishable from other HP printers in this price range
Excerpt: The HP PhotoSmart e-All-in-One D110a, besides having a very long name, has Web connectivity with a new feature called ePrint. ePrint lets you print a file via sending the item in an e-mail attachment to a specific e-mail address. The D110a also is a multifunction print, scan, copy device with some nice Web features.
Pros: Built-in Wi-Fi, Printing via e-mail attachments, Good photo print quality, Useful Web apps & features
Cons: No Ethernet connection, Small text print quality is poor
Excerpt: Product: HP Photosmart D110a e-All-in-One Printer Supplier: HP MSRP: $100 Find Lowest Price @ PriceGrabber Author: Heath Date: October 1, 2010 If you are looking for an “easy to use” feature-filled compact AIO (All in One) for under $100, then this is worth looking into. The HP Photosmart D110a has all the basic features you would expect from a entry level AIO with a few added that set it apart from the competition, including: Copies and scans at 1200 dpi Wireless...
Excerpt: La Photosmart D110a est une multifonction abordable avec une connectivité Internet offrant des fonctions intéressantes pour les familles, les voyageurs et les professionnels. Deux points importants à noter. Tout d’abord, l’absence de port USB pour bancher un appareil photo en façade (l'appareil en dispose bien d'un à l'arrière) et la prise en charge des cartes mémoire limitée aux standards Secure Digital et MultiMediaCard.
Pros: écran tactile, aspect multifonction, connectivité sans fil à un prix contenu.
Cons: vitesse d'impression, faible capacité du chargeur, Wi-Fi indispensable pour exploiter le potentiel de l'imprimante.