The HP Envy 4520 All-in-One Printer ($99.99) is designed for home use.
You can see this in the lack of office-centric features, like an automatic document feeder (ADF) for scanning. It's also apparent when you consider the way this inexpensive inkjet multifunction printer (MFP) handles various kinds of output, with relatively high quality for photos and graphics, but subpar quality for text in our tests.
One drawback for the 4520 ($99.99 at Amazon) is that it's not hard to find other MFPs that cost the same or less that can match it in the areas it handles well and convincingly beat it in other ways.
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In particular, the Brother MFC-J470DW ($309.30 at Amazon), our Editors' Choice moderately priced inkjet MFP, ties the 4520 for photo and graphics quality and for photo speed, offers better text quality, and was more than three times as fast on our tests for business applications.
The Brother model also offers some office-centric features that the 4520 lacks, notably an ADF and fax capability. Although both offer Wi-Fi, only the 4520 includes Wi-Fi Direct.
Basic MFP features for the 4520 are limited to printing, copying, and scanning.
Paper handling is also limited, with a 100-sheet input tray and a built-in duplexer as a welcome extra. That's sufficient for most home use, but to switch between plain paper and photo paper, you have to swap out the paper in the tray every time. For scanning and copying, the flatbed can hold up to letter-size paper.
The printer doesn't offer Ethernet, but if you connect to your network via Wi-Fi, and assuming your network is connected to the Internet, you can use the 2.2-inch front-panel touch screen to print from an assortment of websites using HP's print apps, with crossword puzzles, Disney coloring book pages, and a 7-day menu planner being among the most popular, according to HP.