HP Envy Models

HP Envy printer is a fairly upgraded inkjet multi-function replica from DeskJet printer. It is created mainly for domestic use and can be used for standard usage at home or a small office. Wireless, wireless direct, NFC and many more are the connection type apart from wired and USB connections. Some models support duplex printing and Automatic document feeder. 123.hp.com offers printer drivers for Hp Envy printers.

HP Envy Photo Models

HP envy printers are cost-effective printer that delivers all the hassles of small and large business. There are many benefits of the HP envy printer and it’s more unique for particular model. Get to know more about the capabilities of HP envy printers.  High ink conservation without decreasing the print quality is the main advantage of using HP envy printer. As usual, the basic functionalities include print, copy and scan.

The scanning mechanism works relatively fine. Some models take appropriately 50 seconds to scan and print a black and white textual document. Colored files take a little longer to print.

As far as print quality is concerned, the pictures turn out to be pointed and vivacious in our test.  You cannot find any difference between the printed photo and original as they are similar. Colors are quite precise and division is flat. If you are using HP Snapshots to print the photo, the picture quality is not up to the mark compared to the photos printed via desktops. The picture quality goes down a bit due to image compression while uploaded in Facebook or Instagram. Printing the image from the desktop computer is good rather than printing photos using mobile apps.

HP envy printer produced some of the best-quality documents in our testing.  A problematic ink cartridge means is the only concern in HP envy printers. Otherwise the HP envy printers are worth for the money you pay. The HP Envy All-in-One prints documents with category-leading quality, but losing connectivity features and pricey inks keep it from ranking higher.


The printer’s top characteristic, hands down, is its flawless print quality, which constantly ranked the best. Both black-and-white and color documents printed with pointed text, fresh ink allocation and a significant lack of errors like bands and blur. Some of the Envy printer models are little time-consuming, printing black-and-white documents at 9.5 pages per minute (ppm) and color documents at 7.5 ppm. Photo printing, on the other hand, was practically fast at 1.3 photos per minute, and the resulting photos had superior color quality and features.

Print quality isn’t the only concern when picking a printer, and the Envy printers have some of the top printing expenses per page according to review. With general-capacity cartridges, some of the envy printers average 21 cents per page, but in real-world use, it will likely be more costly, since some envy printers uses a tri-color ink cartridge for cyan, magenta and yellow inks.

All three cartridges should be replaced even one cartridge is empty. This is one of the disadvantage of the HP envy printer models. You can lessen the rate by getting high-capacity ink cartridges, which takes the average, cost per page down to 16 cents – however this is still higher than the category standard. You can also save money with HP’s Instant Ink subscription service that sends low-priced ink by mail.

The printer’s page paper tray holds a bit more than the standard 100-page trays used by other wireless all-in-one printers, but the photo paper capacity is actually smaller, holding just 15 sheets instead of the average 20. All in all, it’s fairly average.