HP ENVY 7640 e-All-in-One Printer series Review - Free Download Driver - YES PRINTER DRIVER

HP ENVY 7640 e-All-in-One Printer series Review - Free Download Driver

- February 16, 2019
HP ENVY 7640 e-All-in-One Printer series Review - Free Download Driver
The HP Envy 7640 e-All-in-One Printer ($199.99) has a good set of attributes including a inkjet multifunction printer (MFP) appropriate for household or home-office usage. Even the all-black Envy 7640 might not have the pizazz of a number of the ancient user models in its line, such as the HP Envy 120, however, it makes up for this with its rich feature set.

Design and Features

The printer measures 7.6 by 17.9 by 19.8 inches (HWD) and weighs only 17 pounds. A 3.5-inch color touch screen is put in the tilt-up front panel. Paper capacity is 125 sheets, plus a 15-sheet photograph tray. It's an auto-duplexer for two-sided printing, and a 25-sheet automatic document feeder (ADF) which allows you to scan, copy, or fax multipage files.

It includes several HP Printables (aka, Web programs ) for example DreamWorks, HP Calendar, HP Forms, along with Awesome Airplanes. You are able to enroll the printer for free for HP's ePrint service, which lets you email files as attachments to a exceptional address which HP assigns to the printer, along with also the Envy will print out the email and documents, even if you're on the side of the world. The Envy can print from iOS and Android devices over a Wi-Fi link, via HP's mobile printing app or (in the case of iPhones and iPads) through AirPrint.

This MFP is a step upward from the HP Envy 5530 e-All-in-One, that focuses on house features and lacks fax abilities, an ADF, and Ethernet. The Envy 7640 will connect via USB, Wi-Fi, or Ethernet. We conducted our speed tests over an Ethernet connection with drivers installed onto a PC running Windows Vista.

Printing Speed

This is only short of the 2.4ppm turned in by the Editors' Choice Canon Pixma MX922 Wireless Office All-In-One Printer, a dual-purpose (house and home-office) MFP that although its name has a characteristic set geared more strongly to home use. It's well off the speed of the 5.4ppm turned from the Epson Expression Premium XP-820 Small-in-One Printer. It did manage to edge the HP Envy 5530, which we graduated in only 2ppm. The 7640 was substantially quicker at photo printing on our tests, averaging just 39 seconds per print.

Output Quality

Output quality is a mixed bag, with marginally above-par text, typical images, and below-par pictures. Text ought to be OK for any company use except for people like desktop publishing software that use very smallish fonts.

Pictures should be fine enough for schoolwork or basic business use. Whether you would use these for PowerPoint handouts depends on how picky you are, and who your audience is. It did well in printing really thin, colored lines on our evaluations. Many illustrations revealed traces of banding, a normal pattern of faint striations.

Photo quality is subpar. A monochrome test photo showed a clear tint, and one other print revealed a slight tint. In a number of photos, there has been a reduction of detail in bright places. Two prints showed posterization (an abrupt change in tone in which it should be gradual).

The printer uses just two ink cartridges, one black and one-piece. Running prices are 5.8 cents per black page and 14.9 cents per color page, but customers can save up to 50 percent by registering from the HP Instant Ink Program, a three-tiered strategy where clients pay a monthly fee to publish a defined variety of pages per month. The plans are based on the number of pages published, not to the amount of ink cartridges utilized. The 3 tiers provide around 50 pages each month for $2.99up to 100 pages each month for $4.99per month, and around 300 pages per month for $9.99. The printer detects if you're running low on ink and mechanically orders . Unused pages are rolled over. If you want more than the monthly allotment, additional pages may be had for 15 pages each dollar in the fundamental plan, 20 pages each buck in the mid-level plan, and 25 pages each dollar in the 300-page program.

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The Envy 7640's attribute set is similar to that of Canon Pixma MX922, using a great combination of house and business features. Neither of them is remotely fast at company printing. Even the Canon printed better photographs, and because it is over a year old it's available at a lower price, so it keeps its Editors' Choice, however the 7640 is still a worthy option.

HP's Envy line of MFPs has nicely matured since it was introduced in 2010. The HP Envy 7640 e-All-in-One Printer isn't quite as stylish as the earliest models, but it's more stuff. It's still ponderously slow, which might be an impediment in home-office usage, and its picture quality is feeble, a strike against it from photo-happy households. But it has a solid selection of features for the home and home-office use, and is well worth considering for that dual-purpose role.

Mobile Printing Compatibility Note :
Wireless performance is dependent upon physical environment and distance from the access point. Wireless operations are compatible with 2.4 GHz routers only; excludes wireless direct. Wireless direct may require driver or apps be installed and connected on wireless-enabled mobile device or PC. Wireless functionality may vary by computer and mobile operating systems, see hpconnected.com. HP ePrint requires: account registration, HP ePrint-enabled printer, Internet connection, and a wireless-enabled mobile device or Internet-connected computer with email capability. Separately purchased data plans or usage fees may apply. Print times and connection speeds may vary. AirPrint supports OS X® Lion, OS X® Mountain Lion and the following devices running iOS 4.2 or later: iPad®, iPhone® (3GS or later), iPod touch® (3rd generation or later) and requires the printer be connected to the same network as your OS X or iOS device. AirPrint, the AirPrint Logo, iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch are trademarks of Apple® Inc. Windows® is a trademark of the Microsoft group of companies. BlackBerry® names and logos are the property of Research In Motion Limited. Android is a trademark of Google Inc.

Replacement Cartridges :
HP 62 Black Ink Cartridge (~200 pages); HP 62 Tri-color Ink Cartridge (~165 pages); HP 62XL Black Ink Cartridge (~600 pages); HP 62XL Tri-color Ink Cartridge (~415 pages). [Average based on ISO/IEC 24711 or HP testing methodology and continuous printing. 


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