HP Envy 5660 e-All-In-One performs a step beyond the base, adding features that focus on Mobile and web Printing for more common capabilities for inkjet multifunction printers (MFP). The Envy 5660 can print through The cloud, connect directly to and print from smartphones and tablets, and print content from various websites without needing a computer. It’s slow, and the quality of the output is under the overall touch, but if the quality is good enough for your needs, and you want Mobile printing and web-related features to consider.
The Envy 5660 the 125-sheet input tray is one of the key factors that restrict it to light use even by standard offices. However, the duplexer included, for two-sided printing, is a welcome addition, such as a separate photo tray that can hold 15 pieces of 4-by-6-inch photo paper, so you don’t have to swap the paper to switch between printing documents and printing photos. For scanning, paper handling is limited to placing the page manually at one time on a flatbed size letter.
The Envy 5660 works as promised, but somewhat sluggish. I timed on our business apps Suite (using Quality Logic hardware and software for time) at only 2.2 pages per minute (ppm). The good news is that it’s a faster touch than the HP Envy 5530 e-All-In-One, which is managed only 2ppm. However, it was much slower than Brother MFC-J870DW, which came at 4.7 ppm.