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

by HP
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  • ISO Speed: Up to 7 ppm black, Up to 4 ppm color
  • Standard Connectivity: 1 USB 2.0, 1 WiFi 802.11n
  • Wireless, Memory card slot, Web connect, HP ePrint, 4.33-in (10.9 cm) touchscreen CGD
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Technical Details

  • network-ready

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 16.8 x 13.2 x 4 inches ; 16 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 23 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B008HSJD50
  • Item model number: Envy 120
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (130 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 5, 2012

Product Description

Key Specs

Key Specs

Product Overview

• Do more with a versatile wireless photo printer with scan and copy functions and auto two-sided printing

• Easily print from the large color touchscreen, even print on the go from your smartphone, tablet or notebook PC

• Sleek design with whisper-quiet operation and retractable paper tray adds elegance to any room

This Product Has

Wireless printing

Print and share with notebooks or PCs on an existing wireless network, using the freedom of built-in wireless

Print from smartphone or tablet

Easily print from your smartphone, tablet, or notebook at home, work or on the go

Automatic two-sided printing

Save paper and time using automatic two-sided printing

Energy Star

Conserve resources with an Energy Star-qualified printer

Image Gallery

HP ENVY 120 e-All-in-One Front View HP ENVY 120 e-All-in-One Top View HP ENVY 120 e-All-in-One Back View

Included Features

Easy wireless setup

Quick and easy wireless setup with Auto Wireless Connect

Easy USB printing

Quickly print from flash drives using the easy-access USB drive

Memory card slot

Print impressive photos without using a PC

Borderless printing

Print borderless photos and documents up to 8.5" x 11"

HP Printables

Get useful content—printed when you want it—from your web-connected HP printer. Coloring pages, recipes, puzzles, coupons, news and more are included with your printer. Just set your schedule and your prints arrive when you choose!

Specifications

Print speed black

ISO laser comparable: up to 7ppm

Print speed black draft
Up to 28ppm
Print speed color
ISO laser comparable: up to 4ppm
Print speed color draft
Up to 23ppm
Recommended monthly page volume
400 to 500 pages
Paper handling input, standard
80-sheet input tray
Paper handling output, standard
25-sheet output tray
Scanner type
Flatbed
Scan resolution, optical
1200 dpi
Copy reduce/enlarge settings
50%−400%
Warranty

One-year technical phone support; one-year limited hardware warranty and access to 24/7 award-winning support services

Remember Original HP Ink

Save money with Original HP high-capacity ink cartridges, for a higher page yield than standard cartridges

60
200 pages
60
165 pages
60XL
600 pages
60XL
440 pages

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Functions
Print, scan, copy
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Print, fax, scan, copy
Print speed

ISO: Up to 8.8 ppm black, up to 5.5 ppm color
Maximum print speed: Up to 21 ppm black, up to 17 ppm color

ISO: Up to 8.8 ppm black, up to 5.5 ppm color
Maximum print speed: Up to 21 ppm black, up to 17 ppm color

ISO: Up to 7 ppm black, up to 4 ppm color
Maximum print speed: Up to 28 ppm black, up to 23 ppm color

ISO: Up to 12 ppm black, up to 8.5 ppm color
Maximum print speed: Up to 22 ppm black and color

ISO: Up to 14 ppm black, up to 10 ppm color
Maximum print speed: Up to 34 ppm black, up to 33 ppm color

Maximum paper size
8.5" x 14"
8.5" x 14"
8.5" x 11"
8.5" x 14"
8.5" x 14"
Auto 2-sided printing
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Networking
WiFi 802.11n
WiFi 802.11b/g/n
WiFi 802.11n
WiFi 802.11b/g/n
WiFi 802.11b/g/n
Display
2.0" hi-res mono LCD
2.65" color touchscreen
4.33" color touchscreen
3.45" color touchscreen
4.33" color touchscreen
Paper capacity
100-sheet input tray, 30-sheet output tray
100-sheet input tray, 30-sheet output tray
80-sheet input tray, 25-sheet output tray
80-sheet input tray, 20-sheet photo tray, 20-sheet output tray
125-sheet input tray, 20-sheet photo tray, 25-sheet automatic document
feeder, 50-sheet output tray

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Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

The printer is also very fast in printing, copying and scanning.
Captain Latte
I might buy an HP PC in the future, but never again will I trust them to make a decent printer.
K. Tani
I'm an apple user and printing from my iPhone or iPad or Mac,all wirelessly is awesome.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

154 of 155 people found the following review helpful By Captain Latte on November 18, 2012
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.
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169 of 181 people found the following review helpful By ewtagaergxdfg on November 21, 2012
This printer is beautiful, understated, and simple. The build quality is quite impressive, from its glass top to its finished internals.

I didn't really even need a new printer. I bought this printer because my previous Lexmark was so fantastically ugly. You know the designers did something right when a consumer is willing to buy their creation not out of necessity, but because of want, especially when in the context of printers, since no one in all of the history of mankind has ever been excited about buying a printer. Since I need a printer, I was excited to have one that didn't look like a blob of disgusting radiused plastic, one that looks like the designers actually cared about what they were making, one that doesn't create a black hole of aesthetics in my home office. This printer is that, and I'm glad to have it.

I do have one criticism. Some big dummy thought it would be a good idea to put the words "PRINT SCAN COPY WEB" on the front of the product. A list of product features belongs on the box, not permanently on the front of the product. My car doesn't say "DRIVE SIT WHEELS ENGINE" on the hood. So anyway, these words are now on the front of this product that has touch sensitive areas covering the front panel. Guess what happens when I touch the word "SCAN"? Nothing. Guess what happens when I touch the word "COPY"? Also nothing. You know why? Because they aren't buttons; They are just words. It is literally a list of things this printer does, a list that is permanently imprinted on the front of an otherwise perfect product. These completely unnecessary words become a point of confusion because they seem like they should be touch sensitive function buttons.
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63 of 69 people found the following review helpful By Nicolas Mermet on December 21, 2012
This printer looks so good that it is in its own class.
It is exceptionally compact and solid, fit and finish is a first rate harmony of aluminum and glass (an apple-like feel of quality and formal elegance). The setup is simple and direct, and you will be able to work after 10 minutes of gentle fiddling. The interface is responsive, ergonomic and cleanly designed. The printing via email (hp eprint) is also an interesting feature for people on the run.

The printer opens automatically, extends the output support by itself, prints what you asked it to print, and then automatically seals itself again once you take your prints off the machine. This bodes well for durability as dust will stay out of the machine's innards (cat hair is what killed my previous printer). The flip side of that coin is, how long will all these delicate actuators last ? :)

Overall this printer is a design milestone in the category, and makes us (and hopefully the competing printer makers), question why all the other printers look like massive plastic clunkers with large gaps in between their frail and rattling plastic trims. I do hope that it shows us what the future of printers will be like, and will wake up the competing designers in the industry.

The not so good.

Printing:

Black and white text output is fine.

The quality of photo printing did not meet my standards. On premium+ semi-gloss hp paper (the most expensive I could find), with the finest print settings, the low range (shadow areas) of the photos were muddy and dark. The photos were overall a bit dull in color, as if the dynamic range (highlight to dark) was compressed and as if the color mixing ended up overall a little too grey and too dense with a loss in clarity.
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