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HP Envy 120 e-All-in-One Wireless Printer with 2 year warranty BARGIN SALE £69.99 @ John Lewis

£69.99 @ John Lewis
The HP Envy 120 is a stylish and versatile printer that offers premium quality prints that won’t look out of place in any modern household. Print lab quality colour photos, with a maximum dpi resol… Read More
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The HP Envy 120 is a stylish and versatile printer that offers premium quality prints that won’t look out of place in any modern household.

Print lab quality colour photos, with a maximum dpi resolution of 4800x1200 and speeds of up to 4 ppm in colour or 7 ppm in black. Scan high resolution at up to 1200 dpi, to ensure clear images will be transferred to your machine.

An intuitive see-through lid will allow you to preview your scans as you make them, so you can make sure you’re getting everything you need. You can also scan straight to an email address when connected to a network, saving time when you need to pass important information to others.

Wireless connectivity means you won’t have to attach your computer to the printer with messy cables to print, while HP’s ePrint function will allow printing from virtually anywhere, using an internet connected computer, smartphone or tablet.

Other Key Benefits:

Print or scan directly to a memory card or USB device without using a PC, or use the USB port to charge your smartphone.

A sleek 10.9cm touch screen display allows for simple menu navigation and access to apps.

A compact unit, the Envy 120 has a retractable paper tray to keep the design slim and stylish

Whisper-quiet printing means no more loud whirring- so you won’t be disturbing others when you print.

Be eco-friendly and reduce your environmental impact by using this halogen printer. Consume up to 50% less paper using the automatic two-sided printing and copying option.

Compatible Ink Cartridges: HP 300 & HP 300XL (for high page yield), Tri-colour & Black.

Compatible With:
Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP (SP3) or higher (32-bit only); Mac OS X v10.6, Lion or Mountain Lion.

What’s Included:
HP 300 Black Ink Cartridge, HP 300 Tri-colour Ink Cartridge, Software CD, Reference Guide, Power cord.
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#1
hmmm, not sure id buy another hp printer. the bloatware on the pc has now also transferred to the printer so now its doubling annoying - frequent network drop offs where scan becomes unavailable for now apparent reason and is cure by restarting. this is presumably due to terrible programming
#2
I have tried all brands and most reliable seems to be hp printers for home use. I have the hp photosmart 309 and that's served me nearly 5 years and still going strong no problems I just wanted something more streamline and smaller and this is a fantastic printer.
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#4
Not instant Ink compatibile...rules this one out for me.
#5
I'm sure I read some where that hp printers are one of the least value for money printers based on the cost of ink. Think it was an article in what magazine (sorry I know I've not Got much to back this up on)
#6
Consume up to 50% less paper using the automatic two-sided printing and copying option.
Thats a good marketing ploy - it's still manual duplex - as in the page prints out you physically reinsert it to print the other side...
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aLV426
Consume up to 50% less paper using the automatic two-sided printing and copying option.
Thats a good marketing ploy - it's still manual duplex - as in the page prints out you physically reinsert it to print the other side...

If its similar to the HP we have the printer finishes one side and takes the paper back in automatically, no manual paper reinserting, however this model may be different - thus rendering my post pointless :)
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aLV426
Consume up to 50% less paper using the automatic two-sided printing and copying option.
Thats a good marketing ploy - it's still manual duplex - as in the page prints out you physically reinsert it to print the other side...


I have the envy 110 (previous model) and it prints double sided automatically. Can't see why the next model would revert back to an aged feature?...

Oh, been really happy with mine- loves AirPrint too!
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youldyboy
aLV426
Consume up to 50% less paper using the automatic two-sided printing and copying option.
Thats a good marketing ploy - it's still manual duplex - as in the page prints out you physically reinsert it to print the other side...

If its similar to the HP we have the printer finishes one side and takes the paper back in automatically, no manual paper reinserting, however this model may be different - thus rendering my post pointless :)


And my LOL just as pointless :-)
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jamesw306
I'm sure I read some where that hp printers are one of the least value for money printers based on the cost of ink. Think it was an article in what magazine (sorry I know I've not Got much to back this up on)
that a competitor to which magazine?
#11
no problems with mine that I bought for double the price a year ago!
#12
£149.99 @ PC World
Just ordered one from John Lewis @ £69.99
#13
hookl
£149.99 @ PC World
Just ordered one from John Lewis @ £69.99
good choice you will enjoy it
#14
This is a great printer - I have one.
#15
aLV426
Consume up to 50% less paper using the automatic two-sided printing and copying option.
Thats a good marketing ploy - it's still manual duplex - as in the page prints out you physically reinsert it to print the other side...
It's not manual duplex - it's automatic

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