Reviews and Problems with HP Photosmart e-All-in-One D110a
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Good product but better available for the money
David VanBendegom, Amazon
3 March 2015
Summary: This is a good printer. Does a great job printing out things and can even fool people to think that you went someplace to print off the photos if you print on photo or glossy paper. The touch screen is a nice for the printer because it can display the ink levels. The card reader in the front can be useful if directly connected to a computer and not just have it connected to the network. It would be better if it had a physical network (Cat5 or Cat6) connection on it.
It works great, although I don't use it for printing photos
Rachel S-W., Amazon
24 October 2014
Summary: I've had this printer for 3 years now. It works great, although I don't use it for printing photos. My only complaint is that sometimes setting up the network can be finicky. Every now and then it needs a reset.
Summary: i bought the same model last year around this time for college at a good deal. it uses hp 60 ink. it does print slowly at times but. BUT it can print pretty fast where if i dont have the tray out to catch the paper it'll shoot it out. i coppied a picture from 40 years ago for my dad. it was a picture of him and his father and when it printed on the photo sheet i gave it to him for fathers day he was amazed on the quality.
Packaging was not good, but the printer worked fine
S. Suresh, Amazon
11 May 2013
Summary: Packaging was not good, but the printer worked fine. Overall I am satisfied with the product. Also cable that came with the printer looked very old but the same did not matter to us as we are using the printer in wireless mode.
Summary: I still have yet to actually print photos with it, but the capability is there.
Pros: Easy to use, hasn't jammed yet. Cartridges are easy to replace.
Cons: The only thing that is nearly worthless is the USB printer cable socket. It only barely holds the cable in place, and occasionally wiggles out. Even regular USB ports hold better, why do printers need a specific, worthless, connector? Also, I have no idea how it would handle having USB 3.0 bandwidth. Pretty sure it wouldn't make a difference. Oh yeah, it doesn't have a paper try to catch your things. What is that? That's the only thing I can knock off an egg for.
Summary: PROS; 1. Reliable - no paper jams no problems except for pain in the neck ink level sensor. 2. Good quality scan, copy and print 3. Wireless a pleasure (I use a laptop at home) 4. Easy to use 5. Nice looking and compact Misc note: no opinion re photo-print quality (haven't printed pics)) CONS: 1. cartridges too expensive. 2. HP sensor re link level makes it awkward to use refilled (ergo cheaper) cartridges which DO work 3.
KMMR "What do you see when you stand alone in the dark and the demons come?", Amazon
8 January 2013
Summary: Great little printer. Takes up minimal space on the desk. Easy to set up. Easy to add more users. Works like a charm! Prints beautifully in color and black and white as well as printing my photos.
Pros: It worked great for college with all the printing and coping and scanning. Printed fast and clear. I loved the wireless part of it. Over all a good printer.
Cons: I have owned it now for about 3 1/2 yrs. This last 6 months it is constantly jamming or just plain decides it doesn't want to print. So I turn it off for about a week and then it decides it will print again for a little while then starts to act up again. I just wish if it was gonna die on me it would just do it instead of this slow death.