HP Photosmart D110a

76
Global
Score
76

A good product that falls short of greatness.

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TechCrunch says:

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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Scores

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Breakdown

Ink / toner cost
6.0
Speed
6.7
Print quality
7.3
Other features (networking, etc.)
9.5
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Specs

Photosmart

Type
Multifunction
Printing type
Inkjet
Memory card reader
yes
WiFi
yes
Connections (to hosts)
USB, Other
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Specs

Photosmart

Type
Multifunction
Printing type
Inkjet
Memory card reader
yes
WiFi
yes
Connections (to hosts)
USB, Other
View Full Specs
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