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alaTest has collected and analyzed 425 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers are impressed by the print quality and size. The performance and design also get good opinions. There are some critical reviews about the paper handling. Reviews about the ink consumption and value for money are mixed.

usability, design, performance, size, print quality

paper handling

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Printers the HP ENVY 120 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 97/100 = Excellent quality.

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Review: HP's Envy 120 e-All-in-One is a motorized luxury inkjet multifunction printer


Super-stylish design ; Good performance and print quality ; Motorized components and transparent scanner are fun to watch

Expensive black ink ; No automatic document feeder

The HP Envy 120 is for those who do only a little printing and a little scanning, but who want to do it in style.

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HP Envy 120 Review


Let's face it: Despite the specific features that each vendor touts to differentiate its all-in-one printers (AIO) from a competitor's, there's pretty much parity between AIOs at a specific price point. They all print, they all scan, and they all copy....

Great design ; Wireless connectivity in addition to USB ; Standard duplexing ; Large 4.3 inch color touch panel

Small capacity paper tray ; No individual color cartridges ; Print quality with standard paper is only acceptable

The Envy 120 is a beautiful device, but in terms of print quality and functionality, it doesn’t live up to its price tag.

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HP ENVY 120 e-All-in-One Printer


The HP ENVY 120 e-All-in-One Printer focuses on its own good looks and on consumer-electronics touches like a paper drawer that automatically opens and closes like a DVD tray.

Sleek design. Automatic duplexer (for two-sided printing). Wi-Fi. Supports HP Web apps. Prints through the cloud

Slow. No Ethernet. No Fax. Low paper capacity

The HP ENVY 120 e-All-in-One Printer stands alone as virtually its own category of inkjet—at least, if you don't count earlier models, like the HP ENVY 110 e-All-in-One Printer that it's in the process of replacing. The one-word description of the...


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HP Envy 120 Review: Is Style Enough?


The HP Envy 120 e-All-in-One was unveiled at the end of 2012, but had its official debut at CES 2013.

Unique design ; Large touch screen ; Improved print quality

Paper capacity ; Average print speeds

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all in one for all devices


Love this printer as it can copy, scan, print and e-fax as well as receive a fax without needing an additional phone line. You can also set up scheduled printouts from selected apps and home screen. One of the best features is wireless printing via...

e-print and e-fax

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Nice Design, compact, but slow and no multi feed


Great if you only print once in a while, but pricey.About me... Infrequent user

design, easy to set up

speed, no multi page feeder

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good cheap all in one


I had it up and running wirelessly to my Windows 8 machine in less than a minuteAbout me... Frequent user

setup, small form factor


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Beautuful low-profile printer


This is a great printer which also works with iPhones and iPads, It is really just a printer - if you copy or scan multiple sheets at a time get an all in one with a power feederAbout me... Frequent user

really cool motorized doors and paper catcher

it only copies or scans one page at a time

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Simple flawless operation


Pictures, scans, copies, and documents all come out perfect. No breakdowns or problems with wireless communication. Sets up in minutes.About me... Demand high print quality, Frequent user, hate glitches

effortless wireless set up

Not cheap, but in this case you get what you pay for

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Great overall with a little envy


Overall this is fantastic. I love the ability to print pretty much anything without having to connect to computer. I mostly use my iPad and iPhone for navigation on the web and anything that I need to print or emails that I need printed or anything...


They did away with the fax function