The $250 HP ENVY 110 is a 5-in-1 inkjet all-in-one that prints, scans, copies, eFaxes, and connects to the web. Mobile device printing is available via AirPrint & ePrint, and the 3.45″ touchscreen display enables you to utilize special apps. But for all the slick features, does actual performance make it worthy of a spot in your home office? The reviews are in, and the reception is mixed.
PCWorld.com gives the HP ENVY 110 a decent 3 stars out of 5. On the positive side, design is attractive, photo quality is top-notch, and cloud-based connectivity is convenient. On the other hand, ink cost per page and MSRP are on the high side (although remanufactured ink can significantly reduce costs).
Tony Hoffman of PCMag.com gives the HP ENVY 110 a 3 out of 5. He agrees with PCWorld.com that the design is nice. In addition, eFax, web apps, ePrint, and auto-duplexing are all convenient to have. On the other hand, paper capacity is low, photo quality could be better, and print speed is slow.
William Harrel of ComputerShopper.com gives the HP ENVY 110 3 stars out of 5 as well. He likes the excellent output quality, sleek design, and useful web apps. That said, Harrel laments the slow print speeds, pricy ink cost per page, and lack of an ADF.
Finally, Peter Piazza of About.com gives the HP ENVY 110 an excellent 4.5 stars out of 5. Print speed is a bit slow, but it’s better when you switch to draft mode. On the positive side, print quality is very good, and the wide variety of features & connectivity makes for an engaging user experience.
Overall, the HP ENVY 110 gets props for its design, output quality, and innovative cloud & web connectivity. But print speed is relatively slow, and value for ink & the printer itself could be better.