Hp envy 5530e manual

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Clearly designed primarily for the home rather than the office, the HP Envy 5530 e-All-in-One monoblock (opens in a new window) offers better-than-nominal photo quality as well as nominal graphics and text quality .It also includes some home printer features, such as built-in templates for millimeter paper and ruled notebook paper. Like almost any Letter size printer, it can also be used for uncomplicated tasks in the home office.However, the best reason to consider it is if you need a printer for either home use only or a double roll home and home office printer with a focus on home use.

The Envy 5530 has a lot in common with the competing Canon Pixma MG4220 All-in-One wireless inkjet photo printer (opens in a new window).Both are multifunction printers (MFPs) with a focus on home use.Neither offers office features such as fax or automatic document feeder (ADF). And both offer Wi-Fi, making them easy to use in the dual roles of home and home office printer.

The Envy 5530 is slightly superior to the Canon MG4220 with mobile printing features.Both allow printing via the cloud, but the Envy 5530 also supports HP Web apps.A key limitation for both is that the only network connection option they offer is Wi-Fi, which means you can’t use the Web features unless you have a Wi-Fi access point on your network.

Another common limitation for the two printers is an equally meager paper supply.Both offer a 100-sheet input tray, which is part of what limits them to light use even by home office standards.On the bright side, however, both have duplexers (for duplex printing), which is very welcome.

Setup, speed, and output quality
The setup of the Envy 5530 was typical of the breed.For testing, I connected the printer with a USB cable to a computer running Windows Vista.

The speed for business applications was unimpressive.In our set of business applications, I measured the printer (using QualityLogic hardware and software (opens in a new window) for synchronization) at 2.0 pages per minute (ppm). That’s essentially a tie with the Pixma MG4220 at 2.1 ppm.However, the less expensive Brother MFC-J430w edition choice (on Amazon UK) (opens in new window) at 4.3 ppm is another point of reference.

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