A good-looking multifunction printer that falls short
HP usually only applies its Envy brand name to the more stylish laptops and printers in its range, so it’s no surprise that the curvy Envy 5640 looks good. This inkjet multifunction printer (MFP) can print, scan and copy, but it can’t send or receive faxes. Its paper trays are hidden neatly away behind the smart, curved front when not in use, while the SD card slot - handy for printing photos without using your computer - is behind a tidy oval porthole.
This MFP doesn’t just look good, it has plenty of features too. It supports wireless networking so you can print and scan from Android and iOS devices. It can print automatically on both sides of a sheet of paper, which is a great way to save money and produce professionallooking documents. In addition to the standard paper tray there’s a second one for 6x4in photo paper.