How To Get The Best Price For HP Envy 110 e-All-in-One Printer
I admired the design of the original Envy 100 but held off on buying one. I just went ahead with the updated 110 model this past weekend.
The printer was a breeze to set up. My PC established an ad hoc wi-fi network with it and securely transmitted at my primary home network's info securely to the printer itself and then switched both back to my regular wi-fi network (802.11g with WPA2). After that completed, the printer "just worked" without requiring any configuration on the printer itself.
Printing from my laptop or from my iPhone works perfectly. Earlier reviews had talked about the tray and panel not closing properly - that all seems to be working fine for me. The printer is almost silent in its operation. It's so sleek and stylish that it looks perfectly in place sitting on an side table in my living room.
I haven't used the e-fax feature yet but am glad to have it. For the occasional sending or receiving of faxes, being able to do so without a land line is a welcome feature.
It costs a bit more but the design and operation are superior to the inexpensive options, in my opinion.