HP Envy 100 e-All in One
Great build quality. Cool touchscreen interface with tons of downloadable apps. Native AirPrint compatibility.
Snazzy looks. Abundant all-in-one features. HP Web apps and ePrint. Automatic duplexer.
Sleek, decorative profile, Automatic duplexing is standard.
Elegant design; integrated Web apps; print from anywhere over the Internet
New ePrint feature enables wireless printing by e-mail; Web-based ePrintCenter offers expanded functionality via downloadable apps; ePrintCenter with free app store offers versatile functionality; enclosed cartridge bay for quiet printing; slick design...
Poor photo print quality. Flimsy input paper tray. Output tray is motorized and may not stand the test of time.
Slow at document printing. Slightly sub-par photos.
Slow performance, Pricey inks.
Meager paper capacity; inconsistent output speeds; mediocre color-photo printing
Slow print speed; tricky wireless setup; two-ink-cartridge bay produces mediocre photo quality; low-volume paper input tray can only hold 80 sheets at a time.
By Expert Reviews on August 31, 2011
The HP Envy 100 looks stylish, but rivals at this price offer a lot more substance...40
By Macworld UK on August 25, 2011
Apple doesn’t make printers any more, but if it did they might look a bit like HP’s Envy 100. Measuring just 4in high and topped with a reflective-silver top panel, this slimline multifunction inkjet makes most of its rivals look like...80
By hardwarezone.com.sg on July 03, 2011
From its design, feature-set, right down to performance, it’s apparent that the HP Envy 100 e-All-in-One is more suited for basic home needs than heavy-duty business use. Compared to the boring black chassis that most AIOs tend to come in, the...75
By Computeractive on June 16, 2011
The ingenious compact design appeals, but cheaper alternatives provide similar performance...80
By Trusted Reviews on May 29, 2011
It's tempting to say the Envy 100 is another example of design over function, and the powered control panel and paper support seem over-fussy, but within its design parameters it does a reasonable job and the quality and speed of print are fair. For...70
By itreviews.com on April 09, 2011
HP has to be applauded for extending the reach of printing outside the office with the Envy 100 e-All-in-One - and also for making it so slim and stylish. But there are clearly some technical blips to sort out, and with only average speed and...60
By DigitalVersus on March 16, 2011
The HP Photosmart Envy 100 could be a great impulse buy for anybody impressed by the fact that this is a printer that doesn't actually look much like a printer. Sleek, quiet and stylish, it will look great in anybody's home office. With plenty...80
By PC Authority on March 09, 2011
Compact, quiet and stylish, but at this price speed and quality need to match the looks...67
By Mac|Life on January 28, 2011
Product Envy 100 Company HP Contact hp.com Price $249.99 Requirements Mac OS 10.5.8 or later; USB 2.0 or Wi-Fi b/g/n connection; iOS 4.2.1 or later (for AirPrint compatibility on iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad) Positives Great build quality. Cool...70
By PC Mag on December 10, 2010
The HP Envy 100 e-All-in-One is an MFP that adds a touch of elegance to the home. Buy it...70