Kamis, 02 Mei 2013

Hewlett Packard Envy 120 Wireless Color Photo Printer with Scanner and Copier


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Print from your smartphone or tablet from virtually anywhere
Easily produce lab-quality photos, documents and Web content with a sleek all-in-one that looks perfect in any room in the house
Automatic 2-sided printing


Print from your smartphone or tablet from virtually anywhere
Easily produce lab-quality photos, documents and Web content with a sleek all-in-one that looks perfect in any room in the house
Automatic 2-sided printing
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Get a sleek design and versatility for premium printing in any room. Print lab-quality photos and everyday documents from virtually anywhere, scan to email, make quick copies, access web content, and charge your iPhone.




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I had been eyeing the HP Envy printers for a while now, especially since I thought it would be nice to have our iPhones and iPads print directly to it via AirPrint. So when our other HP printer finally gave out, I opted to pick up the new Envy 120. First off, this machine is quite heavy and solid for a home-use printer, but I think that is good that it isn't cheaply made. I know HP markets the Envy line as a higher-end trendy printer.

Out of the box, there isn't much to setting up the printer you need to worry about. You have the printer itself, power cord and ink cartridges. There's a CD too, but you can skip this and instead download the software from the HP site (latest version). Setup went fairly smoothly. The only minor glitch happened when I first installed the ink cartridges. The printer kept saying they were not installed properly even though they were correct. I ended up just turning the printer off and then back on again to solve that problem. Next, I connected the printer to my wireless network directly using the printer's nice control panel. I have an Apple Time Capsule router so things went smoothly as expected. My Macbook Air was able to find the new HP Envy immediately once it was setup on my WiFi (and it even had the option for AirPrint already selected). I also setup an ePrint account with HP, which allows you to print to your printer from anywhere on the web (via a unique email address you send your desired output to). That's it -- the entire setup took less than 30 minutes and was super easy.

The printer is truly a work of art - easily one of the nicest designed and built ones out there. One of the other reasons I got this printer is that it is extremely quiet. We have a 4 year-old so not having to worry about waking her up at night while printing is nice. The printer is also very fast in printing, copying and scanning. Maybe I was just used to having a slow one before. I did print a high resolution photograph which took a bit of time, but that should be expected. And I don't plan to use it often for that purpose. I do love the 2-sided printing and the AirPrint worked flawlessly. The lid on top where you open up to put your documents to copy or scan is see-thru glass. At first I had placed the doc facing downward as that is how most print/scanners work. However, this one faces up, which is pretty cool so that you can see how things are aligned. And the control panel even shows you a small image preview before you commit to printing out.

Overall, I am extremely pleased with the printer so far. The main issue I see is that the paper tray is not too large. So while this works great at home, it may not be suitable for a small office if you plan to print quite often and need a larger paper tray. I'll try to add an update down the road after I've used it for a while, but so far so good.


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