Reviews and Problems with HP Photosmart e-All-in-One D110a
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HP Photosmart D110a All-in-One InkJet Printer - Meh.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: First off, this is a really quick printer. If your the kind of person who like to print their stuff out fast, then look no further. This printer fits in the category of : Everything i need, meaning it has everything a basic school person needs. I had this printer for about a year and its been doing fine. The printer is also wireless making it a great space saver.
Excerpt: I have used this printer for several months. For the most part, the printer is reliable and dependable. The quality of print is very good using any of the "Print Options", such as letter quality, draft, fast draft, etc. However, this printer has the inate ability to "go to sleep" at the most inappropriate times. Also the printer spontaneously becomes inactive if there is a short time between print jobs. Overall the printer is a good value for the money.
Excerpt: OK so this printer / scanner is great and compact. It rarely breaks down. But there is one major flaw and that is that it takes the tiniest cartridges of uber expensive ink. It's an absolute drain on your pocket. Staples, Amazon etc do not sell these tiny ink cartridges cheaply, so if you're thinking of printing a huge document, you can forget it.
Excerpt: As a free printer included with the purchase of my MacBook, I couldn't argue with something that was free. An additional bonus of this computer is that it includes a wireless capability, so you no longer need to plug in a USB cable in order to print. This does leads to a small problem that has come up more than once. Often times, when you print something, you simply press print, and you let the printer take care of it.
Excerpt: Bought this printer from Radio Shack back in December 2010. I was already using HP 60 ink from previous printers, so I wanted to stick with an inkjet printer. Let me start with the bad. If you know about the Costco ink refilling program, you would know that Costco refills your empty inkjet cartridge at roughly half of the cost of a brand new one, and produces same quality prints.
Excerpt: This printer is for simple printing. Love the wireless feature, and the touch screen provide a quick resource for each feature. It also has an option of being able to print some templates just from the touch screen (calendar; graph paper; to do lists etc...) I have printed some photos however seems to run out of ink quickly due to the small size of the cartridges.
HP Photosmart D110a All-in-One InkJet Printer is OK.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: If you are looking for an inexpensive low to mid-end printer to print coupons, or maybe you have children at home, they will no doubt enjoy the Print Apps feature that includes disney apps and PBS kids. The wireless feature on this printer was very simple to set up. This printer is designed to make copies of photos, but I wasn't that impressed with the quality of print. The printer is asthetically pleasing and looks good with my computer.
Summary: Bought to replaceanother HP Photosmart all in one printer. LIke HP products. The other one was doing some stupid stuff that I never did. Not this brand new one has lost its menu window. Will print from a web site, but don't know what to press to copy as can't see anything, so this might be the last HP product I will buy.
What is there to say? If you buy, you pay, and pay, and pay!
5 January 2012
Summary: Like ALL of the product offerings from HP these days, this is another update of an existing machine, juiced up a little with wi-fi capability, and of course necessitating the purchase of HP ink cartridge refills. The basic features of this machine meet the minimum standards required merely by being competitive in a very crowded market.