Conclusion: The HP Photosmart e-All-in-One is a cool printer; that's an unusual thing to write because printers are pretty boring(I'm allowed to say that considering I'm the editor of a printer review website).
Pros: Good print quality, Web-connected (ePrint e-mail, apps), Low energy consumption
Cons: Ink refills, Print speeds slower than advertised
Excerpt: HP announced the industry first HP Photosmart Premium Fax All-in-One (AIO) printer the first week of March along with several other new printers but even then the Photosmart Premium stood out.
Pros: Excellent text and photo quality, Extremely useful features, Intuitive control panel and menus, Interesting design
Cons: Goes through regular capacity ink quickly, Draft print speeds slower than advertised
Excerpt: One of the driving factors in this type of device is the ability to handle the odd scanning job that you might have. Both devices can turn out a quick scan of photos or documents, and work as a photocopy machine with multiple copies.
Excerpt: HP's latest multifunction peripheral is more compact than Epson's PX800FW, and it's much better-looking, too. It may be expensive, but it can print on both sides of paper, has a 50-sheet automatic document feeder (ADF) that can scan both sides of a sheet, plus USB, Ethernet, WiFi and Bluetooth...