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TechCrunch says:

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For a hundred bucks, the D110a is a solid little printer. Being able to email documents to your printer is a surprisingly useful function. If you don’t mind loading drivers to use the scanning feature, it’s an even better deal. quote


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Critic reviews

7.0
4 reviews
  • Print quality
    7.1
  • Speed
    6.6
  • Noise
  • Ink / toner cost
    6.0
  • Other features (networking, etc.)
    9.6

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7.6
23 reviews
8.0
TechCrunch Sep 7, 2010

For a hundred bucks, the D110a is a solid little printer. Being able to email documents to your printer is a surprisingly useful function. If you don’t mind loading drivers to use the scanning feature, it’s an even better deal.

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7.0
CNET May 6, 2011

We wouldn't recommend it for high-output households or large offices, but the HP Photosmart D110a provides inexpensive access to HP's clever new ePrint and Web-connected apps.

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6.0
PC Mag Aug 20, 2010

The HP PhotoSmart e-All-in-One D110a is limited in some ways, but stands out for its ePrint feature, which lets you print by sending a file to the printer's own e-mail address.

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7.0
Consumer Reports Oct 15, 2010

This all-in-one inkjet printer provides fine overall performance. It produces excellent photo quality and its printing speed is typical. It includes a typical set of features, and it's somewhat costly to print.

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6.0
geoffcritt geoffcritt

Full disclosure upfront. I received this printer for free from the Apple Store last year when I bought my MacBook Pro. I was not in the market for a printer at the time, but I would have been within about three months. I'm not a conspiracy theorist, by I feel like HP was giving these away just...

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4.0
dejacius dejacius

This printer its was easy to set up to my home network, but after a couple of days it keeps on disconnecting from my wlan. And also it was so slow to pick up for the job to print and when it printing it was shaking like vibrating too strong.

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7.0
cjtylr cjtylr

This printer isn't anything to write home about, but it is a functional Airprint printer for use with iOS devices. It also connects to WiFi for use with other devices as well.

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9.0
Thenicknology Thenicknology

This printer is an all-in-one wireless printer. It works very well, especially considering that you can generally get it for under $100 and and such good features. The apparatus itself is average size, but curvy and sleek. It looks very nice, although it is made of plastic. The TouchSmart screen...

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8.0
shawnmcdonald shawnmcdonald

I bought the D110a for it's AirPrint capabilities and it has not disappointed in allowing me to print from my iPhone. I've also tested it with Google Cloud Print and it worked perfectly.

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7.0
N3SSQwiK N3SSQwiK

Not a top of the line printer. You get what you pay for with this printer. The ability to print from the iPad is also cool.

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8.0
freediverdude freediverdude

Wireless enabled, very good e-printing features, compatible with Apple's Airprint feature and also compatible with e-printing apps for smartphones. Fairly fast for a consumer level printer and decent colors.

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