The Envy photo 6255 is a small, light and attractive consumer class aıo, prints good-looking photos and has very competitive costs, but when HP is signed up for instant ink. A consumer-grade photo printer is available, making the Envy 6255 a perfect alternative for families who want to print at home and a few hundred photos cheaply, get the costs of running at the lowest per page.
The differences between the envy 6255 and the envy 7155 are minimal; The 7155 model is slightly faster page (ppm) printing speed ratings, slightly larger touchscreen control panel and costs $20 per minute. As a flagship model in the series, the Envy 7855 ‘s speed rating is slightly higher than both siblings and comes with several small office features to send multi-page documents such as the 50-sheet automatic Document feeder (ADF) to the scanner, and Ethernet For a higher-speed wired network connection. In any case, the envy 6255 measures 6.3 by 17.9 by 16 inches (HWD) and weighs £14.3, which is the same as the envy 7155. The Envy 7855, on the other hand, is 1.3 inches long and 3.8 inches longer, and weighs 3.8 pounds.
The paper capacity for the Envy 6255 is divided between 140 sheets, an 125-sheet main drawer, and, in, a 15-page photo paper tray, which allows you to zip a photo quickly when you need it, it is empty and occurs without having to reconfigure the main drawer. Maximum monthly duty cycle 1,000 pages, 300 to 400 pages recommended print volume. These features are also similar to many competitor models. The Envy 7155 and 7855 have the same duty cycle. Canon Pixma TS9120 and TS6120 both have a 200-sheet paper input capacity from two drawers, a front and rear one. Brother MFC-J775DW, on the other hand, only supports 100 pages at a time.
The connection options for the Envy 6255 include dual-band Wi-Fi and Wireless direct (HP’s Wi-Fi direct equivalent), which connects to a single computer via USB, and includes a peer-to-peer protocol for connecting the printer to your mobile device. Other mobile connectivity options include HP EPrint, Apple AirPrint, and Mopria to print emails and attachments.