HP Envy 120 e-All-in-One
Stylish, high-tech appearance.
Good print quality.
Wide range of cloud and mobile-device support.
Automatic duplexer (for two sided printing).
Supports HP Web apps.
Prints through the cloud.
Expensive for what you get.
High cost per page.
Slow print speeds.
Lacks automatic document feeder.
Small input, output trays.
Focuses on its own good looks and on consumer electronics touches like a paper drawer that automatically opens and closes like a DVD tray.
By uk.hardware.info on November 11, 2013
There are many different all-in-one printers for home use on the market. We tested 11 of them, ranging from affordable entry-level models to expensive high-end ones. We also took a closer look at a couple of the more advanced printers we've tested...-
By Macworld Australia on July 14, 2013
Connoisseurs of cool tools will appreciate HP’s $329 inkjet MFP not only for its style, but its gadgetry: its motorised control panel that automatically raises and lowers, its see-through scanner platen. However, it is not about economy or...60
By PCWorld on July 10, 2013
By CNET Australia on July 02, 2013
HP's Envy 120 has an unusual design that should work well in your living room, but you'll need plenty of patience while you wait for it to...62
By booredatwork.com on June 13, 2013
The HP Envy 120e printer has all-in-one capabilities, making it the perfect device for the home or office. Whether you want to print, scan, or copy, this printer makes it easy. You can even automatically print two-sided documents and view your scans...-
By AsiaOne on June 09, 2013
This scan, print and copy printer is no taller than a can of beer, with a footprint only slightly larger than a sheet of A4-sized paper.The first thing to catch the eye is the clear glass scanner lid. The scanner head resides in the lid, so when you...80
By Digital Trends on May 30, 2013
HP's Envy 120 is a beautiful looking printer. However, it does disappoint in a number of areas. To obtain its good looks, the Envy 120 gives up an ADF, which is a convenience found in most AIOs in this price range. Also, other AIOs in this price...60
By PC Advisor on May 13, 2013
The HP Envy 120 is a designer printer, so its interface and build quality are outstanding – even if the prints don't match up. See all printer reviews . This sumptuous slab of glass and gloss black is an unlikely all-in-one printer , and...60
By Computer Shopper on May 09, 2013
This well-built, attractive AIO prints well enough, but it’s heavier on style than substance: It’s slow, the ink is pricey, and the input and output trays are woefully small....50
By Good Gear Guide on May 07, 2013
The HP Envy 120 printer is slim, sleek, and looks smart. If it had a dedicated photo tray, it would be perfect for a home office that didn’t have a lot of spare space. It’s good for buyers that don’t need to print much or often, but...75