Hp envy photo 6255 manual

Hp envy photo 6255 manual . Hp envy photo 6255 all-in-one printer manual

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Hp envy photo 6255 manual

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The Envy Photo 6255 is positioned at the bottom of HP’s line of Envy Photo AIOs, behind the next level up, the HP Envy Photo 7155 All-in-One Printer, and above that, the Envy Photo 7855 ($229.99 at HP) . The differences between the Envy 6255 and the Envy 7155 are minimal; the 7155 model has slightly faster page per minute (ppm) print speed ratings, a somewhat larger touch-screen control panel, and costs $20 more. Paper capacity for the Envy 6255 consists of 140 sheets, split between a 125-sheet main drawer, and, inside of that, a 15-sheet photo paper tray, which allows you to zip off a quick photo when you need to, without having to empty and reconfigure that main drawer. Its maximum monthly duty cycle is 1,000 pages, with 300 to 400 pages recommended print volume. These specs, too, are similar to many competing models. Both the Envy 7155 and 7855 have identical duty cycles. The Canon Pixma TS9120 ($149.99 at Walmart) and TS6120 both have a paper input capacity of 200 sheets from two drawers, one up front and one in the back. The Brother MFC-J775DW ($129.99 at Staples) , on the other hand, supports only 100 sheets at a time. HP rates the Envy 6255 at 13 monochrome ppm and 8ppm for color pages, which is a 2ppm slower rating than the HP Envy 7855 and 1ppm slower than the Envy 7155. (I tested it over USB from our standard Intel Core i5-equipped PC running Windows 10 Professional.) For the first test, I printed our standard 12-page Microsoft Word text document, on which the Envy 6255 managed 11.2ppm, or nearly 2ppm slower than its rating, 1.5ppm behind the HP Envy 7855, and 0.5ppm slower than the Envy 7155.

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