Rated 3.3 out of 5 by 18
Rated 2 out of 5 by longtime qvc shopper Doesn't last long
At first, after LONG set up, printer seemed great ! After a little over a year, it no longer prints. Prints when it feels like it and it isn't used very often to break already
Rated 1 out of 5 by KeepItTrue Couldn't even print photos properly. (v_v)
Okay, when i first received this....2 years ago, it it printed fine. However, it did not print photos well at all....not even on photo paper. The photo came out all orange. :-/
Now...2 years later, the thing won't even print. The cartridge carrier, or whatever it's called, keeps saying that it is jammed, even though there is nothing in there but the ink cartridges. Just think people...i paid $99 for this nonsense when it came out.
I was going to use my square trade 3 year service contract to just replace it( i bought that with the printer to be safe...HAHAHA, WHAT A JOKE), but guess what people, IT IS COMPLETELY OF NO USE IF YOU DO NOT HAVE THE RECEIPT! Sigh, i spent...i mean i wasted extra money on that square trade contract and now i can't even use it.
I thought that square trade already had all of the information about the printer, but they did not have any of it. How many people actually keep receipts from products for more that a year...especially 3.
So, fair warning everybody, DO NOT BUY THIS PRINTER, AND DO NOT GET SQUARE TRADE.
Can someone tell me another brand to buy a printer from? The HP ones are nothing but disappointments for me. :-(
Rated 1 out of 5 by ALD Jam, Jam, Jam
This machine continues to jam on every print and the paper comes out crocked.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Enzo s 4th printer brought Same one from Qvc
This HP printer works great and the ink refills are the most reasonable priced I have given this printer as gifts to many of my family members after them using the ones I had gotten already Great prints and witless printing works great
Rated 4 out of 5 by Babs781 Very Good Buy
This all in one printer scanner copier/with usb cable and software is wonderful. it was easy to set up wireless connection. its about a week old now and i made copies,printed from tablet as well from laptop. i also email something to the printers email address and everything came up roses...
I made a good purchase when i ordered this printer.
Rated 4 out of 5 by dianablue Really Easy
I ordered the HP Envy printer and set up was so very easy. I followed instructions for wireless use and was surprised it worked the very first time. I use my printer not just for documents but photos, greeting cards etc. I would recommend this printer to a friend.
Rated 2 out of 5 by Verified Reviewer Big pain to get working
I am fairly computer literate and have owned a few printers prior to purchasing this printer. It has been a major pain to set up. And at the moment, I am simply attempting to scan a photo to my computer, and I am about to throw the printer against the wall! Just kidding. However, the instructions are not particularly clear, and it is not easy to set up. I can't wholeheartedly recommend this printer. It may be wonderful for some, but not me. Disappointed.
Rated 2 out of 5 by jahart No Dice....
1st..I get copies of my resume's at staple & they are beautiful. I have a few e-mail addresses on my resume', as you know, are automatically underlined & in blue in the office programs. On normal printing the e-mails DO NOT show up. If you darken the print, the rest of the resume' looks worse than on the normal setting. This prints like the quality from my printer in the 90's... This is not the device you want if you want it to look "professional" because it is far from it. I also have an image on my resume' which picks up as being photo quality in newspaper prior to digital. 2nd... I printed several versions of photos... Black & white from the 50's, 60's, color 35mm from the 70's, 80's AND "digital" color from what is used today. The digital came out good, still think Wal-mart's are better. ... All others look like old style photos from the newspapers prior to digital use. NOTE: Digital photos are only ink on paper. Prior to digital... photos were 3 layers of images on a negative then put on "photographic" paper that also contained layers of imaging. The digital world, in most cases, cannot handle or process the detail from "real photos". The e-mail is cool for sending to print recipes, but don't like the quality printing even on 24 pd paper. Again, either not good quality or this is old school from the 90's. This is suppose to fax.....I do not see where that is possible since it does not give a faxing option. Will have to call HP and/or Canon to see if there is a "professional" model to be bought for home use... I am sending this back...