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The affordably priced HP Envy 5540 ($130) is an all-in-one inkjet printer that offers solid performance and consistently high image quality on both plain paper and specialty media. A duplexer can make two-sided prints, though not very quickly, while a second, fixed paper tray gives you a place to store photo paper.
To help minimize ink costs down the road, you can use high-yield ink cartridges or attempt to cut costs further by subscribing to one of HP’s ink plans, available in three levels depending on how much you print. If the printer is connected to the Internet, HP can automatically detect low ink levels and send you supplies.
The front panel of the Envy 5540 sports a 2.2-inch color touch screen. While that’s on the small side, you can swipe the display to browse menu icons instead of having to tap an on-screen arrow.
The 125-sheet input tray sits in a drawer that sticks out from the front of the unit. You slide it out to load and unload paper. On top of that, there’s a 15-sheet photo-paper tray that’s fixed at 4 x 6 inches, so you can’t load other sizes. Above the input tray, a 25-sheet output tray occupies a cavity inside the body of the unit, with a spring-loaded extension that pops out automatically when you initiate printing.
The Envy 5540 printed text at roughly average speeds in our tests, kicking out a five-page text document in 36.9 seconds, or 8.1 pages per minute (ppm). Using draft mode, the same document printed at 8.8 ppm (34 seconds). Turning on quiet mode slowed the print time to 58 seconds, or 5.2 ppm.
The Envy 5540 delivers very high print quality across the board, both on plain paper and specialty media. Text was printed on plain paper in dark, sharp letter forms, though not quite as razor-sharp at the edges as those produced by laser printers. Similarly, color graphics printed on plain paper were full of rich colors, smooth textures and fine details.