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HP Photosmart Plus Wireless e-All-in-One Printer (CN216A#B1H)


HP Photosmart Plus Wireless e-All-in-One Printer (CN216A#B1H)


Get easy, affordable photo and everyday printing with the HP Photosmart Plus e-All-in-One. This inkjet printer has an intuitive 3.45″ color TouchSmart screen that lets you print documents and lab-quality photos, make copies and scan photos-all without turning on your PC. The HP Photosmart Plus e-All-in-One has print speeds of up to 32 pages per minute black and 30 ppm color and integrated wireless 802.11b/g/n so you can print from multiple PCs in your home. You can print Snapfish photos, coupons, movie tickets and other great Web content without a PC using print apps and the HP TouchSmart screen. HP ePrint makes it easy to send photos, documents and more from any mobile device directly to this all-in-one. The HP Photosmart Plus e-All-in-One has a 125-sheet input tray, a 20-sheet auto-engaging photo tray and a flatbed scanner that lets you scan 3D objects and documents up to 8.5″ x 11.7″. You can also print borderless photos up to 8.5″ x 11″. Individual inks and high-capacity cartridges help cut down on printing costs, and this Energy Star-qualified all-in-one helps you conserve energy.

  • This Printer comes with Power cord, Reusable tote, Accessory bag, HP 564 black cartridge (approx. 250 pages), HP 564 cyan, magenta, yellow cartridge (approx. 300 pages each), CD with software and Reference guide.
  • Now AirPrint compatible. Simply print from iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch.
  • Use the auto-engaging photo tray to easily print lab-quality, smudge-resistant photos that last.
  • Get fun and useful templates for calendars, games and more, using HP Quick Forms.
  • Print and share from multiple PCs in your home, using integrated wireless.
  • Reduce waste by choosing an all-in-one that is shipped in an innovative, reusable tote bag.

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Question by mauinokaoi5150: How do I make my HP wireless printer work with my Dell computer?
I have a Belkin wireless router that is connected and I was able to print a test page wirelessly but every time I try to print it ends up in a que and it doesn’t print. I did put a WAP security password for safety. Any help would be greatly appreciated

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Answer by lovs2jokearound
1st have you reistalled it by using the disk that came with it .
after its installed follow the setup promps

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My Nemesis – Day 362
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A huge amount of the last 3 days has been spent trying to get this printer to work. If it were simply broken, I would have just sent it back. I probably should have anyway, but it wasn’t so simple. You see there were a few permutations to explore:
1) Connected via USB, Cat 5 cable, or wireless (I chose it for the wireless capability).
2) Software installed, or reinstalled after a complete deletion of all HP entries.
3) Desktop or laptop.
4) Is the printer off the network, on but not printing, or printing (the desired state).
5) Printer in 802.11b/g or b only mode.
6) Router in 802.11b, g, n, b/g/n, or b/g mode.
7) Printing a diagnostic page, a test page (not the same thing!), or a typical document.
8) Router using Zero Configuration IP addresses or 192.168.x.x addresses.

Multiply those options together, add two two-hour phone calls to HP support in India and a long forum exchange with Sveasoft in Sweden (I think). You’ll get some idea why this took so long.

Bottom line: If I disable some of the network functionality of both the printer and router, they will play together. I have no idea whether the fault is with Buffalotech (the router maker), Sveasoft (the firmware I use on the router), or Hewlett Packard (the printer manufacturer).

I’ll buy a beer for anyone who read this far. But you have to show up at my house.

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  1. 148 of 155 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    truly smart!!!, August 25, 2010
    By 
    J. Ung
    (VINE VOICE)
      
    (REAL NAME)
      

    This review is from: HP Photosmart Plus Wireless e-All-in-One Printer (CN216A#B1H) (Office Product)
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    The printer was packaged in a light weight tote bag in the box, so I could just easily pull out the printer. In the box, there was a complementary 4×6 glossy photo paper (100pack) with a set of ink. A power cable and a brick came in a reusable cloth pouch, and I thought that was very nice idea since it’s less trash and easily recyclable.

    Setting up the printer couldn’t be easier, even with wifi set up. I took about 15-20 minutes to set up everything: wifi, hp software, and the first time printer warm up. I also did not need to connect any USB cable to set up; instead, I was able to connect to my wifi network without any hassle. This printer alone acts like a computer, and it included a step by step set up assistant on the main screen, which was great. The instructions might show only WEP for security option, but I was able to connect to WPA2 with no problem, even in the closed network (airport extreme.) And since this printer has wifi connectivity, I didn’t need any extra equipment to buy, and I figured that’s why the printer didn’t come with a USB cable.

    Printing was also as easy as pie. I was satisfied with the sharp and fast printing result in both b/w and color documents. What was more satisfying is photo printing. I tried professionally prepared images on this printer (4×6 photo glossy, in photoshop with proper setting) and the result was better than my expensive Epson photo printer. I was surprised how accurate the color was, although de-saturated black and white photo print showed a bit of green cast.

    Scanning and copying also do their job very well. I was able to scan easily with or without HP software on Mac. Copying is another simple and cool feature. I didn’t even need my computer on. All I needed to do was press one button. If you need to change setting on any features, you can do that as well with no effort on its easy UI screen.

    Apps! I never knew printers had apps. Yes, why not? As I mentioned, this printer acts like a computer, and it’s connected to the Internet. Applications included: Yahoo and MSNBC, PBS Kids (great for coloring sheets!!!), Sudoku, Disney, USA Today, Quick Forms, Dreamworks, recipes, Nickelodeon, weather, and coupons. It’s just amazing what printers can do now. My three old son saw me printing a coloring page from PBS Kids app, and now he can just do that by himself, similarly as if he was navigating an Iphone. (Actually the screen looks like a big Iphone.) Also, I can manage these apps from the HP website that my printer is connected to (registration required.)

    Snapfish is another nice feature about this printer. There is a SD/MMC card slot that this printer can read photo files for printing and uploading/sharing to snapfish. With this HP photo smart printer, I really don’t need a computer to print photos and share online with friends and family. I only wish this printer had a USB slot instead of a SD/MMC card only slot. I know SD/MMC cards are kind of standard these days, yet there are also people with CF cards and other types.

    The most advanced feature this printer can offer, I think, is the ePrint. This printer has its own email address, so just by sending an email to the printer, it will print out documents and photos. This is really useful if you have a smart phone and don’t want to buy a printing app which usually isn’t cheap. When I emailed a word file for testing, it printed immediately. Also, attached a jpg photo file to the email printed the attached photograph on the photo paper pulled from tray. The printer automatically decided where to print (between regular paper and photo paper) depending on the file type I sent to the email, which I can also manage in the setting.

    Finally, if you have an iphone, you will love this feature. There is a photo printing app (HP iPrint) from HP in the app store for free. I was able to print photos from my iphone instantly(under same wifi network). I was so happy with this that I printed more than 50 photos, and the results were just wonderful. One thing I noticed was the photos were slightly lighter than what I see on my Iphone screen.

    There are a couple of things I’d like to mention. This printer has a speaker somewhere so it makes button sounds. Since the buttons on the touch screen are pressure sensitive (I might be wrong), it’s neat to hear that button sound when I press something. I didn’t have to wonder whether the button was really pressed when touched. And this printer falls asleep after idle time; the illuminated power button will then start breathing (Mac computers do this during sleep mode. However, when the printer receives email or jobs, it wakes up instantly and starts printing. This may not be very important, but I could tell that HP paid attention to details when they made this printer.

    Overall, this printer is most definitely worth the purchase. I have not stopped fiddling with this printer since I received it…

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  2. 101 of 109 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Go ahead and add $50 to the price tag., October 27, 2010
    By 
    Canis Majoris
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    This review is from: HP Photosmart Plus Wireless e-All-in-One Printer (CN216A#B1H) (Office Product)
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    This is a fairly decent printer for the money, except that “for the money” goes a little further than the advertised price. I mean that after I had printed only around twenty pages in black and white, the computer told me it was running low on ink. Yes, like most inkjet printers, this comes equipped with seemingly trial ink cartridges. I cannot say that I like this, which is why I prefer laser to ink (for various reasons, not just because of the cartridges), but it is there none the less. This does have to be pointed out at the first of this review because the box might as well say: “ink cartridges required”. With the latter concerned, this printer takes three different cartridges equaling the total sum of around fifty dollars. If you are going to purchase this be sure to add that extra $50 to the price so that it is more accurate.

    As far as overall ability of this printer, it gets graded:

    5 stars on user friendliness,
    5 stars on looks,
    3.5 stars on printing ability,
    And 5 stars on function.

    To setup and use this printer could not be any easier. When you first power on the printer, the on screen guide will instruct you exactly how to set it up with your computer and wireless connection. The screen itself uses a touch screen instead of buttons (there are no buttons anywhere); and where many products are plagued with faulty touch screens, this one out shines them all with a perfectly fluid, and sensitive touch mechanism. The latter is one reason alone to purchase this printer. The outlay of the screen is along the lines of a folder within your computer, with the interface of a web browser – this being very comfortable to use for the majority.

    With the wireless connection, you can stash this printer anywhere in the house as long as it is near a wall outlet for power, and in the vicinity of your wireless internet, should you have one. ***In order to use the wireless function you will need a wireless router.*** Setting up the wireless connection is as easy as waiting for the printer to find your connection, and typing in your security code, if you have one enabled. Total setup time for the printer is around 15 minutes. This includes, installing software on the computer, calibrating ink cartridges, setting up wireless connection, and printing test pages.

    The look of the printer could not be any more simple. It is black and shiny, though the top portion of the printer (where you will be lifting a lot for copies and scans) is lined with rough edges so there will be less fingerprints. Overall a printer that does not draw attention to itself as a piece of computer equipment, but will merge very well with a household full of modern devices.

    Printing on this machine can be a fast task, should you leave all the settings as they are. For example, when I was printing out resumes I adjusted the settings very slighty (changed printing on regular paper to premium), and the printing time for one page slowed down to around 30 seconds. Also, when printing on photo paper, the printer will retrieve the paper from a little 4″ x 6″ slot, but when printing out random images, could not get the photos to completely fill that area. Routinely I would print very big photos from my computer only to have them turn out like a 1″ x 2″ thumbnail (and yes, I adjusted the settings many times). Moreover, the quality of the photos were not very good, usually being kind of grainy. Scanning and copying are very simple on this machine, however in order to scan something you will need to first go to your computer and open up the HP PhotoScan software that came with the printer. When adjusting scanning details past 600dpi, the scan time can be sort of slow (average 30 seconds to a minute, depending on size). Overall, the ability of the printer is a little mediocre.

    As stated before briefly, this printer is fun and easy to use. By fun, I mean that you can print many different things from this printer from their “app” menu, as well as download more directly from the printer through HP’s own store (which is free). For instance, you can print notebook paper, a maze (easy, medium, difficult), suduko puzzles, even pages of newspaper – all from the touch of your finger, and from the printer’s wireless connection. Moreover, you can print calendars and pictures from your phone directly on the printer.

    I am not imploring you to buy it nor am I deploring you from doing so; however if it is the ease of use with the many extra utilities that you want, this is it. In the end, this is an average printer with a deceptive price-tag.

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  3. 44 of 49 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    All-In-One, September 4, 2010
    By 
    P. Bergbauer “Reading Raven” (United States) –
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    This review is from: HP Photosmart Plus Wireless e-All-in-One Printer (CN216A#B1H) (Office Product)
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    HP Photosmart Plus B210 e-All-in-One Printer (CN216A#B1H)
    I got this printer to replace another older HP printer that I had damaged during a move. So far, I am still impressed with HP for both computers and printers.
    I love the packaging with the new HP printers; the all-in-one was in a carry bag to aid in making removal easier. Another great feature is that HP included a whole pack of 4×6 advanced photo paper.
    I added the ink cartridges, plugged it in and started the software. I had no problem connecting to my router (I am using WPA security instead of WEP for the router). You can also print and scan directly from the printer and not use the computer at all.
    The picture quality is outstanding, bright, clear and sharp colors – all in no time at all.
    My other two printers had five ink cartridges and I wasn’t sure how this printer would compare with only four ink cartridges. But I am really glad to see that the quality is impressive. When doing a side by side comparison of the same photos the B210 HP printer (4 cartridges) and the HP Photosmart Premium C410a (5 ink cartridges) the photos are slightly lighter.
    From an operation standpoint, the touch screen is nice and easy to use. The scanner operates easily. You can scan from the printer or computer and save or directly print. We scanned a lego “heart” my son made and then printed it and it looks just like the lego creation. The quality of the photo was really good.
    The photo software included has many options and backgrounds and is very simple to use. There are landscape photo book pages, square photo book pages, prints, collage prints, photo cards, quarter fold greeting cards, single page calendars and photo cubes. There are themes such as birthday, love, travel, etc. Designs under each theme allow you to choose the perfect background for your photos. You can also add text and touch up the photo fixing red eye, brightness and cropping of your photo.
    I scanned documents and they came out fine. I would recommend gray scale for lighter or not solid black and white (like a picture drawn in pencil). For solid black, choose black and white when printing a scanned document.
    I printed out some worksheets and the quality for those are fine and clear.
    After printing 27 4×6 photos, 3 8×10 photos and over 85 worksheets (black and white), the ink levels are more than half full. The black ink is more than ¾ full.
    Just an FYI, if you are shutting down your computer and printer for awhile make sure when you go to turn both on that you turn on the printer first. This has to do with the correct IP address being recognized for wireless printing. Also, if you are alternating printing both photos and regular documents make sure you check properties so that you have the correct tray chosen (photo or main tray) and check the correct paper and size.
    Overall, I love this printer and I am very impressed with the photo quality and ease of use.

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