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HP Envy 100

alaTest has collected and analyzed 198 reviews from magazines and websites. People really like the build quality and print quality. The value for money and usability also get good comments. Some have doubts about the paper handling, while the control panel and performance get mixed comments.

design, usability, value for money, print quality, build quality

paper handling

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Printers the HP Envy 100 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 86/100 = Very good quality.

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HP Envy100 e-All-in-One Review - PCWorld

 

HP's Envy100 e-All-in-One color inkjet multifunction printer (for printing, copying, and scanning) makes being decorative a higher priority than being useful. Created with the same stylistic flair as HP's like-named laptops, such as the Envy 17, the...

Sleek, decorative profile

Slow performance

Built for style rather than efficiency, this multifunction printer operates adequately but expensively.

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HP Envy 100 e-All-in-One

 

While the competition continues to manufacture generic multifunction printers with the same print, copy, scan, and fax functionality, we admire HP for its innovative approach with HP Envy 100, despite our resistance toward the touch screen printing...

New ePrint feature enables wireless printing by e-mail; Web-based ePrintCenter offers expanded functionality via downloadable apps; ePrintCenter with free app store offers versatile functionality; enclosed cartridge bay for quiet printing; slick design...

Slow print speed; tricky wireless setup; two-ink-cartridge bay produces mediocre photo quality; low-volume paper input tray can only hold 80 sheets at a time.

Boasting a touch-screen display, an app store, and ePrint (a remote printing service), the HP Envy 100 features loads of innovation in a slickly designed chassis. We wouldn't buy this printer for its image quality, but the convenience of ePrint and the...

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HP Envy 100 All-In-One Printer - Designer Multitasker

 

Right out of the box, it's clear that the ePrint-capable HP Envy 100 is one sleek-looking printer. What remains is to find out how it actually performs and how functional is its design. And that's where we come in. So dig in for the detailed review.

Refreshing designAble to print content from the Internet without a computerSupports HP ePrint and Apple AirPrint functions

Single 80-sheet paper input trayMediocre print speeds

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Review: HP Envy100 e-All-in-One

 

Built for style rather than efficiency, this multifunction printer operates adequately but expensively.

Predominantly shiny black with silvery accents, and low-slung (just 4 inches high), the Envy100 e-All-in-One will blend easily into any modern décor. Turn it on, and you'll see its 3.45-inch color touchscreen LCD and touch-sensitive controls gleaming...

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HP Envy 100

 

This designer all-in-one printer will look good in just about any home. Its performance is respectable, but its limitations make it strictly for light use.

Elegant design; integrated Web apps; print from anywhere over the Internet

Meager paper capacity; inconsistent output speeds; mediocre color-photo printing

If your printing requirements are modest, the Envy 100 is a tasteful choice for a chic machine that compliments living-room furniture, while offering dazzling Web-convenience features and multifunction-printing capabilities. There’s a lot to like about...

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HP Envy 100 (D410a) - HardwareZone.com

 

The compact HP Envy 100 D410a AIO printer (print/copy/scan) features HP ePrint and a 3.45-inch touchscreen LCD. It supports apps to print from the Web without a PC, and is also the world's first PVC-free printer.

Refreshing design; Able to print content from the Internet without a computer; Supports HP ePrint and Apple AirPrint functions

Single 80-sheet paper input tray; Mediocre print speeds

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"Tempermental Software or Printer, can't tell"

 

The software for this printer really appears to have some flaws. I've accessed online help twice and they always have me re-install drivers (the same ones, that don't need updating if I believe the driver versions) and then cycle the printer on/off.

The size of this printer is great for us as is the form and general lack of buttons

Poor software

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"Piece of junk."

 

DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY ON THIS so-called PRINTER/SCANNER. The wireless function is so temperamental, but have even had issues when connected by USB. The printer spits out blank sheets, or worse, prints one or two lines of jibberish, ruining an entire...

Great....when it works! We estimate that is only about 35% of the time.

Never been so frustrated with a piece of equipment. I have had to load and reload the drivers for this more times than I can count, and that doesn't even always do the trick. Spent literally 4 hours online with an HP consultant with no resolution.

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"Bought for airprint which doesn't work."

 

Looks good.

Software is full of bugs. Next to impossible to get a wireless connection with MAC address filtering error although that's turned off. Shows up and then disappears as printer on iPAD based on nothing obvious.

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"Printing From My iPad with Air Print, Well Almost"

 

One of the major complaints about the iPad when it was first introduced was that one could not print from it. Apple heard us and with the release of IOS (iPhone Operating System) 4.2 the company included Apple Air Print a technology that allows, or is...

+ Great printer, scanner, and copier

- Printing with Air Print needs to be rethought

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