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Topic # 160278 31-Dec-2014 11:50
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Bought an HP Envy 120 multifunction printer for the in-laws for Christmas based on price - a supplier had a very good special deal.

Unpacked it on the 27th and almost immediately turned a geeky shade of green.  Glass top transparent scanner, nice solid feel, bits that move of their own free will, etc.  I'm now willing our home printer to die.

Youtube review https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AW_VfJQL9eI (I've not watched it at length) - have a look at 2:50 and 5:45 for 30 seconds each.




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  Reply # 1206430 31-Dec-2014 13:39
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There are some interesting ideas in there.

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  Reply # 1206471 31-Dec-2014 14:03
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I wont consider any printer now that cant take an entire ream of paper in the input tray as I have had too much go tatty sitting around waiting for space in the printer. That one looks terrible. 100 pages or so it looks like.




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  Reply # 1206581 31-Dec-2014 17:23
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richms: 100 pages or so it looks like.

Yes, the tray is tiny.




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