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). Users can take advantage of the latest technology seen on mobile phones and computers through their printer. Print from any location and from any device with email access without downloading drivers.
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. From its stylish design , multifunction performance, to the standard features not found on other inkjets; the Photosmart Premium clearly took the prize.
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: Its performance was very good overall. At default settings on plain paper, the HP Photosmart e-All-in-One's text pages printed at a middling 5.3 pages per minute on both the Mac and PC. Output looked crisp, and it improved (though pages came out more slowly) at the highest quality setting. Snapshot-size photos printed on the PC at a rate of 1.8 ppm and looked marvelous on either plain or photo paper, albeit slightly darker than the norm.
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.