The Envy 6255 is somewhat slower, shorter on attributes, and its own photograph print quality falls somewhat behind the Canon TS9120; on the flip side, when you set it together with HP’s Instant Ink subscription support, you get a number of the cheapest per-page running prices from a consumer-grade photo printer accessible, which makes the Envy 6255 a superb option for families and homes that wish to publish a couple of hundred photographs inexpensively.
The Basics Plus
The Envy Photo 6255 is set in the bottom of HP’s lineup of Envy Photo AIOs, supporting another degree, the HP Envy Photo 7155 All-in-One Printer, and over, the Envy Photo 7855. The differences between the Envy 6255 along with the Envy 7155 are nominal; the 7155 version has marginally faster page per minute (ppm) print speed evaluations, a marginally bigger touch-screen control panel, and costs $20 more.
As the flagship model in the show, the Envy 7855’s speed score is a bit greater than both of its allies, and it includes a couple little office attributes, like a more 50-sheet automatic document feeder (ADF) for sending multipage files to the scanner, and Ethernet, to get a higher-speed wired network link. Whatever the circumstance, the Envy 6255 steps 6.3 from 17.9 by 16 inches (HWD) and weighs 14.3 lbs, that’s just like the Envy 7155. The Envy 7855, on the other hand, is 1.3 inches taller and 3.8 inches more and is thicker by 3.8 lbs.
Though the Envy 6255 is much more than small enough to fit on many home office computers, it is still somewhat larger than a few of its rivals. The Canon Pixma TS6120 Wireless Inkjet All-in-One, a lower-end sibling into the Canon TS9120 and the close game to the Envy 6255 in relation to attributes, weighs exactly the same but is a couple of inches bigger in all directions. Brother’s similarly priced MFC-J775DW, an office-oriented AIO, is closer in size to the Canon TS6120 and TS9120, but it is a couple of pounds heavier.
Paper capacity for your Envy 6255 includes 140 sheets, divide between a 125-sheet primary drawer, also, the interior of this, a 15-sheet photo paper tray, which lets you zip a fast photograph if you will need to, without needing to empty and reconfigure that primary drawer. All these specs, also, are very similar to many competing versions. Both the Envy 7155 and 7855 have equal duty cycles. The Canon Pixma TS9120 and TS6120 both possess a paper input capacity of 200 sheets from 2 drawers, one front and one at the trunk. The Brother MFC-J775DW, on the other hand, supports just 100 sheets at one time.