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HP Envy 4500 Wireless Color Photo Printer with Scanner and Copier

by HP

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  • Create a reaction with every page - easily produce borderless, lab-quality photos and laser-sharp documents
  • Print from virtually anywhere - print wirelessly from your smartphone, tablet and Internet-connected PC
  • Always have your printer on hand - scan directly to your mobile device with the HP Printer Control app
  • Both sides of savings - save time and paper with automatic two-sided printing
  • Full of value! Print more for less with optional high-capacity cartridges
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HP Envy 4500 Wireless Color Photo Printer with Scanner and Copier + Hewlett Packard HP 61 61 Ink Cartridge Combo Pack
Price For Both: CDN$ 134.90

System Requirements

  • Media: Office Product
  • Item Quantity: 1

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 60.8 x 44.5 x 39 cm ; 6 Kg
  • Shipping Weight: 14 Kg
  • Item model number: Envy 4500
  • ASIN: B00CIDQ470
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: June 6 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 2.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #27,253 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
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Product Description

This e-all-in-one offers affordable printing from virtually anywhere.
Produce borderless, lab-quality photos and laser-sharp documents
from your smartphone, tablet, and Internet-connected PC.

From the Manufacturer

This e-all-in-one offers affordable printing from virtually anywhere. Produce borderless, lab-quality photos and laser-sharp documents from your smartphone, tablet, and Internet-connected PC.

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Only had to set my computer to setup printer HP ENVY.... and then install. Almost instant installation. Seems to operate so far.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Irmie on Sept. 10 2014
After buying this printer, I will not buy HP products anymore. I'm so frustrated with how they have set it up that it motivated me to write a review. The printer size is fine, prints well enough, quickly enough. But the process of trying to get it to print is so frustrating it wasn't worth the lower price. They force you to print an alignment page each time you put in a new ink cartridge, which is about every 70 pages or so on typical text document pages! The only thing it's aligning is how to use more ink more quickly. I have about 9 of these alignment pages now and I would happily say I already have it, but the software that invasively pops up all the time no longer allows me the option of saying I have already printed it. When you choose to NOT do the alignment, it forces you to say no thanks with every single print job you do. Very frustrating when you print as much as I do!

HP has set this printer up to use as much ink as possible. You can't change the settings to select draft mode as a saved setting; when you install your ink a huge pop up comes up on your screen, further delaying your ability to continue work after having to spend 5 minutes doing the ridiculous alignment. The pop up thanks you for using HP products and encourages you to sign up on their website with all your info so they can further tick you off with more invasive messages in your life.

If you want to be able to just get your print jobs done quickly and get on with your work, this is not the printer for you. Bloatware is more fun than dealing with this printer. I'm in the market for new hardware (tablet, laptop) and I specifically will avoid HP products now because of this cheap printer.
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1 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Tyrell on Jan. 11 2014
Bought this printer from Futureshop Canada and Based on the other HP products that I have bought in the last few years including another printer and 2 laptops which all broke in 1 year or less I wasn't surprised when this printer didn't work out of the box. Customer support was helpful, But I just decided to return it and get another brand. Based on my experiences with HP products I cannot recommend any of their products.
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595 of 606 people found the following review helpful
Amazing printer for the price Oct. 1 2013
By Midmofan - Published on Amazon.com
Did not expect a lot for a printer this inexpensive, but needed on to replace an old monster for which printer cartridges have become hard to find (and expensive). Picked this one based on the promise of easy print from phone/tablet. I have tried other mobile print options and they have never worked to my liking but for this price, what the heck.

Set up was easy - never even opened the picture book or the instruction guide. I used the USB cable option to the computer since I had one from the old printer that fit and just assumed it would be a more reliable connection but you can hook it to computer either through a wireless network or directly with the printers own wi-fi.

On screen prompts easy to follow. the Disk that comes with the printer, after you load it, gives you the option of loading everything from the disk or from the web. I chose the web option as it promised to have the latest updates if any. Again no problem on the set up. HP does walk you through a lot of screens to get you to sign up for things and watch what boxes you are checking if you don't want email ads or data checking. One thing you will want to do is give the printer its own email address. You do this during the set-up and have to print out a special code from the printer you will type into a field.

After all hooked up it prompts you to print off a test page then have the printer scan the page. The initial print quality was not very good but assumed that could be from ink that has been sitting in the box for a while. Ran the clean cartridge option and tried again and the print quality was very very good for a unit this size and price. You need to do the scan so it can fine-tune the print quality.

Printer allows you to print, copy, scan. You can scam a photo or document to file, directly to an email or in TIFF format.

The real star of this is the mobile printing option. You have to download a free app to phone or tablet and then you can print any document or photo to the printer from your phone one of two ways. First, you can connect to the printer over its own wi-fi connection (not sure what the range on this is yet, so far been right next to the printer) or you can send the doc or photo to your printer via the printer email address you set up. That way you can have something spit out of the printer from anywhere. Works great so far.

It has two ink cartridges that are not very big. One for Black one Tri-color. Printer will take photo paper but have not tried that yet. Photos printed on plain paper look like.....photos printed on plain paper.

Only negative I have run across so far is that you have to adjust print options (draft/normal/best quality, paper type, etc) from your computer not from the printer itself. Would be much easier often to just be able to hit a button on the printer for that. Other than that, nothing bad to speak of.

It is not going to be as fast or as razor sharp as a $1,000 office printer but I cant see anyone that would not be happy with this for 99% of what you would ever want to do at home except perhaps if you want to do lots of professional quality photo printing. I imagine a dedicated photo printer with separate color ink cartridges would be better for that.
375 of 384 people found the following review helpful
Nice footprint, nice look, but loud! Oct. 15 2013
By AmazonCustomerSinceAmazonSoldOnlyBooks - Published on Amazon.com
Vine Customer Review of Free Product
This printer is super sleek, and set up was a breeze. It found my network and hooked itself up and updated itself online. It even walked me through the online set up of the HP account, so it would auto-update. It sets up a personal account on hp.com and they will send you things to your printer (at your direction) like Disney color pages for the kids, or Sudoku pages, or news...there are SO many options! It has preprogrammed pages for Sudoku, too, along with graph, music, fax cover sheets, etc. I love it.

I went from a Canon Pixma 450 to this, and the Pixma's footprint was much larger, and was much taller. It had fax, and this doesn't, but aside from that, I prefer this printer's look. The height is nice, too. I had no idea how "full" my desk looked with the Canon until I replaced it with this.

It prints much slower than the Canon. It takes twice the time. It's loud. MUCH louder than the Canon. If I had a lot of printing, that would be a major drawback, as the printer sits right next to me, and if I have to take a call, it would interfere.

It's a great price for the work done. The prints are clean and crisp, even with recycled (not the best) paper.
HP's ink is easy to find, too. Unlike the Canon's.
It holds the same amount of paper (about 1/2" tall).

When you go online, you can set up an account that will automatically send you refills for your ink (charged to your account, of course). I thought this was terrific, as I live far from any store that carries office supplies. I'm not sure how the pricing compares, but they do give you a "percent off" coupon when it's time to refill...

Oh--this is the BEST part--
I had to ditch the Canon after just a few months because it had a paper jam, and after it was cleared, it never printed aligned again. I tried everything. This HP opens up so much that you can clear a paper jam without worry of misaligning the print heads.
I wish it had Fax...but aside from that, it's not a bad deal, provided you're not printing a ton (unless you have lots of time) and don't mind the noise.
343 of 360 people found the following review helpful
AWESOME printer, easy setup, print wirelessly without local wifi! Iphone/Ipad friendly! July 20 2013
By Tad - Published on Amazon.com
I use this as a mobile printer inside of my truck. This printer has a "wireless direct" feature where the printer creates its own wifi signal so you can print off your iphone/ipad very easily. I print directly off my iphone 4, easily, and wirelessly.

It has clear directions, software that is simple and effective, and takes 10 minutes to set up.

It has a very easy to read LCD screen to let you scroll through it's menu, and to let you know what's going on.

Awesome! Buy this, and not a Canon. I bought a Canon MG3220, and found out it requires local Wifi, and even when I set it up, it worked intermittently.

CHEAPEST SOLUTION FOR REPLACING YOUR BLACK INK CARTRIDGE: Buy an InkTec HPI-1061D refill kit intended for Hewlett Packard printers. I've used their black refill kit, which at the time of this writing is only $11.95 through Amazon Prime. I've easily refilled my black cartridge ten times over with this $12 kit. That's $1.20 per cartridge vs. $30 per HP cartridge. Sure, your printer and computer might say it has low ink in the black cartridge, but it will still print fine. I am completely sold on the Do-it-yourself Ink refill kits.
198 of 216 people found the following review helpful
A five star gem! Sept. 26 2013
By P. B. Sharp - Published on Amazon.com
Vine Customer Review of Free Product
Envy 4500 is # 4 in Amazon electronics which says a lot for its performance. Geek Roger Meyer has tested and reviewed Envy. Here is his report:

The HP Envy 4500 has a very appropriate name (Envy). Other printer manufacturers should be envious of this printer. I would like to think I am being objective, but there are so many great things about this printer, this review may seem to be biased. It looks good, works as advertised, is feature rich, and the user manual (on line and downloadable) is one of the best I've read.

The printer is elegant in appearance and has an LCD interface that is easy to read and operate. The menu items are easy to understand and are intuitive. There is an auto-off function that powers down the printer after a preselected time that is supposed to aid in saving ink by parking the print heads. All the functions, print, copy, and scan, were tested and worked flawlessly. Print times were quick and the quality was excellent. The same can be said of the copy and scan functions.

One of the things I liked most about this printer was the ease of setup. With a history of laborious hardware and software installations that involved extensive interactive dialogs, I was impressed with the simplicity of this setup - even the wireless functions. It was painless, and everything worked as advertised upon completion. I especially love the ePrint capability. With the free HP ePrint app downloaded onto my Android phone, I was able to print directly to the printer through my home WiFi network. Also, since the desktop PC I was using had wireless connectivity to my network, I could print wirelessly to the printer. One less cable to clutter up the desktop! The printer can be connected to a PC via USB cable also (not supplied).

I find it difficult to find any big negatives. It does have a larger footprint than some other compact all-in-ones. The ejected paper holder slides out of the paper tray "pocket knife" fashion. The little flip up paper stop seems a little flimsy, but during the evaluation, I did kept it closed and let the paper eject onto the desktop.

For the price (less that $100 at Amazon) this printer can't be beat. It looks good, has great features, works well, and is built by a company with a long history of quality printer manufacturing.

Roger Meyer
Life is not about how fast you run or how high you climb but how well you bounce.
60 of 64 people found the following review helpful
I "ENVY" those that have printers that don't suck up the ink April 11 2014
By Karen - Published on Amazon.com
I have had my HP Envy 4500 since December 5, 2013, and have only gone through less than a half ream of paper, yet I just installed my FOURTH cartridge of Black ink, and my THIRD of colored ink today. And I have only made TWO color copies since this printer was set up. So where is the colored ink going?

According to the HP site, the black cartridge is supposed to print up to 190 pages, and 165 pages of color. Well, based on those calculations, I should have TWO FULL REAMS of printed pages already--which I don't.

I am using their "genuine" HP ink cartridges, which I think contain less than an eye dropper full of ink. If I hadn't had prior bad experiences with using reconditioned cartridges, I would certainly try them in this machine because the overall ink costs, so far, are RIDICULOUS!! I have already spent more money on ink than the machine initially cost. And it makes me angry to think that I had read a lot of reviews on this printer before ordering it, and I never saw one user mention about the ink problem--if I had, I certainly would not have bought this at all.

SAVE YOUR MONEY!! Unless you own an ink factory, this printer will make you poor.