The first Envy printer attracted attention not least because of its design. For a multifunction printer, it is surprisingly flat, its optical appearance is based on multimedia devices such as a video player – the device was rightly said to be able to be integrated directly into a home theater system in the living room. The HP ENVY 100 has a refreshingly new look for HP. The era of protruding paper trays is over. The typical chunky displays that were always found on printers in the past have also disappeared. The low, rectangular Envy could almost be mistaken for a modern high-end Bluray player or a record player from Dieter Rams. The lightweight at 7.79 kilos among the common all-in-one printers also impresses with its dimensions of 43 x 34 centimeters and a height of just 10 centimeters. It is very likely that HP has hardly changed anything – if at all – in the printing unit. This means that the HP ENVY 100 multifunction printer can come up with high print quality, even in draft mode, and is also quite quick (the official information on this is 7/4 pages, measured according to the very realistic ISO standard), and is also pleasing the duplex printer with low operating noise. The operating costs are less optimal if standard cartridges are used. Only with the XL cartridges for multiple printers does the HP cut a good figure in this important discipline. Due to the size, the 80-sheet paper tray is quite meager, and only 25 sheets fit into the output. In contrast to this model, the new one can also send faxes over the Internet, but Golem rightly pointed out that this function is chargeable. However, the option of addressing the printer from anywhere and at any time via its email address or using it for printing from the Google Cloud remains free of charge. Direct printing is possible from memory sticks. The front of the HP ENVY 100 only has a fold-out, rectangular control panel with a smaller 3.45-inch touch-sensitive display. Keys are searched in vain. The printer’s main menu contains scrollable icons for your favorite applications, as well as four shortcut buttons at the bottom for accessing the photo print, copy, scan, and fax menus. The list of applications can be operated with your finger: applications that are not required can be deleted or new ones downloaded from the epicenter. The back also appears tidy, There is only a USB port on the left and the power cord on the right. There is no Ethernet cable connection. The HP ENVY 100 printer can be connected to a host computer via a USB cable. Alternatively, WLAN is available via the integrated print server (802.11b, g, n), which is also required in order to be able to use ePrint and the printer center app store.
Download HP ENVY 100 Manual (PDF file format)
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Download HP ENVY 100 User Guide and Setup Poster
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HP ENVY 100 User Guide
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HP ENVY 100 Setup Poster
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