Reviews and Problems with HP Photosmart e-All-in-One D110a
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Thomas S., Newegg
24 February 2013
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 bandwi...
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 w...
Summary: I have had HP printers in the past and was very satisied. Then purchased a cheaper printer that had cheaper ink - WRONG!!! The printer still worked but my husband got so tired of me coplaining he told me to get a different printer.
Comes free with the purchase of a Mac via the Apple Store
31 August 2011
Summary: Hi, Personal So when I purchased my Apple Mac Mini MC270LL/A Desktop I decided to take advantage of the printer promotion that Apple was (and still is) offering. To be honest, the HP printer that I had at the time was completely adequate and working great but I decided to go forth with the rebate...
Summary: I wouldn't recommend it for an office or high volume home printing, but it is great for a home printer. Prints great pictures and the printer/scanner/copier will do just about anything the average person needs.
Pros: This printer is easy to install for hardwired access. I still haven't been able to get the remote printing capabilities working (this allows printing from a computer not physically hooked up). The photos print well and to the edge of the paper and the price is reasonable. I usually purchase cheap...
Cons: There isn't a separate tray for the finished printing to rest in; it comes back out to sit on top of the blank paper tray making me wonder if a large job would potentially have jamming problems if it tries to pull an already printed page.
Summary: In the first-ever order mess-up by Amazon, I received THIS printer instead of the HP Envy 100 (which looks similar). However - it's MY fault that I didn't catch the error until the thing was completely set up and running. I'll keep it, since most of what I print is just "stuff"; files/maps, etc.
Summary: Does not print photos in satisfactory, professional quality color (can probably be tweaked). Otherwise excellent, reliable printer. Sets itself in standby mode, but always ready to print. In Windows 7, use the disk to install, let's you choose wireless or USB; don't use the "add printer" function.
Pros: Fast and the quality is good. The scanning is clear and fast (enough)
Cons: If you turn it off and back on when you need it (to save power) the first print job always comes out all squiggled. Kind of looks like a sheet of bar codes. Second job forward is always fine. Not a deal breaker but weird.