HP ENVY 5052 Manual (User and Setup Guide)
The HP ENVY 5052 was almost certainly designed for smaller families who only occasionally need the services of a home printer. This wireless all-in-one printer has a sleek black exterior and doesn’t take up too much desk space as it’s not particularly large. The top of the printer can be opened for scanning. Keep this in mind when considering where to place the printer. The printer has a touchscreen display that registers finger touches fairly reliably, although we’ve seen better touchscreens that are more sensitive without causing control issues. Currently, you have to press down pretty hard for the touchscreen to register an action. It’s a bit annoying, but not unusable. The paper tray of the printer has space for about 100 pages. This is sufficient for most household purposes, although industrial offices or shared printers usually have larger compartments to accommodate the printing needs of an entire office. But for a family printer, 100 sheets is fine. Most prints are made with a resolution of approximately 1200 x 1200 dpi in black and white or 4800 x 1200 dpi for color prints. This is pretty normal for printers of this size and price range, although we’ve found that photos and color images look much better than regular black text printing. In fact, the black text print output by the printer tends to smear or fade depending on the status of your ink cartridge. Overall, this HP ENVY 5052 printer can produce homework quality pages. But you will want something more expensive and of higher quality for more professional documents or legal documents. The printer can print black and white or monoprints at about 10 pages per minute and color photos at about seven pages per minute. This is not very fast, but it is not exactly slow either. We think it is appropriate given the price and the quality of the color photos. Just approach this printer with the expectation that it will produce pages like an industrial copier. Print quality definitely slows down as you put more information on the page. Full-color photos can take a few minutes to print, and a page of black text and color images can take four minutes or more. This is definitely slower than many other home printing machines. The HP ENVY 5052 printer also has borderless printing options and a setting that enables automatic duplex printing. This makes it easy to use even if you haven’t used the finer technical options of printers before. There aren’t that many personalization options to check on the small screen, but this printer is actually only intended for small household use. This printer makes use of the HP instant ink program, of course. Ink can be expensive regardless of the type of printer. The instant ink program will work as long as your printer is connected to the Internet. The HP ENVY 5052 printer has built-in WiFi and the AirPrint function, with which you can connect your office iPad or iPhone to the printer with relative ease. This is very convenient for a home office or a shared printer for your kids or spouse. Everyone in the house can connect their device to the printer and work on their project from their own room or work area. The Wi-Fi connectivity is pretty reliable. There is of course an integrated USB port in case you prefer to connect the printer to your computer by cable.
Download HP ENVY 5052 Manual (PDF file format)
Before downloading the manual, refer to the following operating systems to make sure the HP ENVY 5052 printer is compatible with your PC or Mac to avoid when installation, installing the driver or using the printer.
Download HP ENVY 5052 User Guide and Setup Guide
The manual below includes all tutorials from beginning to advanced guide to using your printer.
HP ENVY 5052 User Guide
File size: 1.95MB
HP ENVY 5052 Setup Guide
File size: 0.69MB
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