HP Envy 5660 Wireless All-in-One Photo Printer with Mobile Printing, Instant Ink ready (F8B04A) Review ⭐⭐⭐⭐:halfstar:

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To Buy Or Not Summary

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4.5 out of 5
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    4.0 out of 5
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Features

  • Easily connect this e-all-in-one to your local network and the Internet, wirelessly right from your PC
  • Print high-quality documents and photos in black-and-white and color - all for the same low price, Walk up, edit, and print photos right from the 2.65-inch (6.75 cm) touchscreen
  • Functions: Print, Scan, Copy, Web, Photo, Connectivity: Wireless capability, HP ePrint capability: Yes
  • Memory card compatibility: Secure Digital, Memory standard: 128 MB DDR3 Memory,
  • This HP Printer is compatible with Windows 10 (printer driver update may be required). Please Note: Kindly refer the User Manual before use.
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Amazon Review by Debbie A. Jett :star::star::star::star::emptystar:

1001 people found the following review helpful

Pleased With This HP ENVY 5660 All -In-One Inkjet Printer

I read LOTS of reviews of other printers before purchasing this one. I have an HP computer and wanted an HP printer to avoid any compatibility issues. I've owned 2 HP printers previously and wore both of them out. During my search, the most frequent complaint I found was that most of the newer printers take separate color ink cartridges and will not print, even in black and white, unless all the cartridges are full, forcing users to have to change cartridges which are not empty. In my opinion, this is a rotten way for printer manufacturers to treat their customers, as the cost of ink is already ridiculous and having to remove cartridges that are not empty is pretty outrageous. Who wants a bunch of half-filled cartridges lying around? Also, the initial cash outlay for separate color cartridges is much higher than for the tri-color ones. Evidently, HP listened to those complaints, as THIS PRINTER TAKES ONE black cartridge and ONE tri-color cartridge, (#62) which runs about $32 for a combo pack. The combo pack also includes free 5 X7 photo papers and envelopes, a feature that I use a lot. If it runs out of one or more colors, it will still print.

The printer itself is a good one. Copies and scans come out crisp and clean, as do photos. (I made all my holiday cards on the free photo paper this year, and they turned out very nice.) Changing cartridges is easy- you lift the lid and the glass plate, pop out the old one and snap in a new one. I do a lot of scanning and it is very easy, providing you load all the features into your computer from the CD that is included. I did NOT have to download any drivers from the internet. It also prints wirelessly, a feature that I haven’t used.

Another common complaint was having to always print an alignment page and go through the alignment process before you could print. HP changed this too, as a box now pops up, giving you the option of aligning, postponing or cancelling alignment. You can also postpone alignment from the touchscreen on the printer. It takes all sizes of paper, and prints well on glossy photo papers. The only thing I have not tried yet is card stock. It is a bit noisy, but this is not a big deal for me. I do need to remind myself to push in the spring-loaded pop-out paper catcher when I’m finished, so that I don’t bump it and break it. Printing is quick on text documents and a little slower on photos, but the quality is excellent, so I don’t mind the speed being a little slow.

Everything you need comes in the box, but don’t forget to purchase extra ink, as the cartridges that come with it contain less ink. I’ve had this printer for about a month and have used it a LOT. So far, NO paper jams! All in all, I am pleased with my purchase and would recommend this printer to anyone looking for a good home or small business printer. Thanks for listening, HP!

Amazon.com - Customer Reviews: HP Envy 5660 Wireless All-in-One Photo Printer with Mobile Printing, Instant Ink ready (F8B04A)


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Walmart Review by Jupo :star::star::star::star::star:

2 people found the following review helpful

So far so good....

I can print with card stock and I love the instant ink setup!

Walmart.com - Customer Reviews: HP Envy 5660 Wireless All-in-One Photo Printer with Mobile Printing, Instant Ink ready (F8B04A)


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Best Buy Review by JoeyV :star::star::star::star::star:

Great low cost printer!

I just purchased the HP ENVY 5660 to replace my Kodak and what a difference! I read a lot of reviews and found 90% of them to be spot on ..... the other 10% probably have problems with a lot of things in life. I'm sure they were not satisfied with their experience but all products have a few cons. The one that I agreed with was the set up instructions. Once I completed everything I looked back on the material they provided and could see my problems. Pictures don't allways say a 1000 words :). Other than that ... the machine is great! Ink for quality printers is expensive so just shop around. Just use their cartridges because the savings you get using aftermarket ink is not worth the trouble in the end. The machine is pretty high tech to me and the wireless is wonderful when you have a couple of computers in the house. You can choose to print just black and at draft quality so just making records of things is pretty cheap. Some said it's a loud printer but I just don't feel it is. I paid $99.00 for mine and found ink for $30.00 ( both black and color cartridges combo plus free photo paper.... item HPF6U00FN at Amazon ).

Bestbuy.com - Customer Reviews: HP Envy 5660 Wireless All-in-One Photo Printer with Mobile Printing, Instant Ink ready (F8B04A)