Updated 4 May 2018

HP

Envy 5020

Snapshot: The HP Envy 5020 connects via WiFi and has a 2.25" display screen. But how well does it print?

Envy 5020
Consumer score
SCORE
Avg price

$77

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Test results

Overall score
61
Print quality
?/10
Scanning
?/10
Copying
?/10
Energy use
?/10
Networking
?/10

Good points

  • OK printing.
  • OK scanning.
  • OK copying.
  • Very good energy use.
  • OK networking.
  • Has a setting for automatic double-sided printing.
  • Can connect via WiFi.

But

  • Very expensive printing costs.
  • No faxing capability or PictBridge support.

How we test

Non-multifunction printers

Overall score includes:
Print quality (90%)
Energy use (5%)
Networking (5%)

Multifunction printers

Overall score includes:
Print quality (63%)
Scanning (13.5%)
Copying (13.5%)
Energy use (5%)
Networking (5%)

We don’t retest older printers. To account for their age, each year we alter their overall and individual scores. This can affect whether a printer maintains recommended or worth considering status.

Extra ink used is the percentage of extra ink used for maintenance cleaning when printing 30 pages (text, graphics and photos) intermittently over 4 weeks, compared to the same printer printing 30 pages continuously.

Key data

Model

Avg price
$77

Running costs

Cost per black page ($)
0.194
Cost per colour page ($)
0.966
Cost per page - 4x6 photo ($)
0.466
Extra ink used (%)
0
Colour

Specifications

Type
Inkjet
Dimensions WxLxH (cm)
45 x 61 x 12
Ethernet
×
WiFi
USB
×
Fax
×
Auto duplexing
Number of cartridges
2
Display size
2.25"
Page capacity
100
Separate 4x6 photo tray
No
PictBridge
No

Features

Touchscreen
Can print through email
Supports Google Cloud Print
Print CD/DVD
×