HP Envy 5010 All-in-One Printer, 2 Months of Instant Ink Trial Included

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HP Envy 5010 All-in-One Printer, 2 Months of Instant Ink Trial Included
HP Envy 5010 All-in-One Printer, 2 Months of Instant Ink Trial Included


  • Print, scan and copy with fast speeds and keep tasks moving
  • Save up to 70 Percent on ink (HP 304 inks) with HP Instant ink and never run out of ink; ordered by your printer, delivered to your door; 2 months trial included
  • Easily print from a variety of smartphones and tablets
  • With HP Smart app, print and scan from virtually anywhere: Print documents, photos from the cloud, social media, scan with your smartphone camera
  • Speed through multi-page print jobs with automatic two-sided printing

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Specification: HP Envy 5010 All-in-One Printer, 2 Months of Instant Ink Trial Included

Operating System



Product Dimensions

‎56.4 x 44.5 x 12.8 cm, 5.4 Kilograms

Item model number




‎HP ENVY 5010


Form Factor


Standing screen display size

‎5.5 Centimetres

Connectivity Type


Number of USB 2.0 Ports


Power Source

‎AC 100-240v, 50/60hz

Hardware Platform


Are Batteries Included


Item Weight

‎5.4 kg

Reviews (5)

5 reviews for HP Envy 5010 All-in-One Printer, 2 Months of Instant Ink Trial Included

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  1. Peter.S

    The printer was easy to install when using instructions from the hp website that is shown on the leaflet that comes with the printer. The written instructions are backed up with video.

    The image shows the interior view of the printer and as you can see, there is plenty of space when it comes to changing ink cartridges. The ink cartridges are centralised for easy access.

    When double sided printing is selected, the machine prints the first side and then automatically feeds the paper back in again to print the other side. It couldn’t be simpler.

    I had no problems with linking the printer to my WiFi and no problems printing direct from an Android or Apple products (iPad, iPhone).

    The print quality is good on the paper I use and it is easy to switch paper sizes using the touch controls on the printer.

    I also use the ink service and for the first two months, whatever subscription you choose, you get 300 pages of free printing per month. I have already had ink cartridge replacements sent to me…

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  2. Sonishi

    Terrible printer that I bought due to the alarmingly amount of good reviews on here- but having had the printer for almost a year I can say all the reviews are suspicious. It’s a hassle to set up, and the printer never connects to the wifi or HP app(which isa useless app required if you want to print thigs off your phone and hardly ever works) – honestly I had to keep switching it on and off and fiddling around with its settings before the device registered every time I wanted to print something! On top of that you HAVE to sign up to the HP InstaInk subscription service to print anything, if not then you can’t print. The ink runs out quickly, and they send the ink out properly and the ink has to fully run out before they send a new one – my cartridge didn’t work (which happens a lot!) but they couldn’t send a new cartridge as technically the ink hadn’t ‘run out’. I eventually just cancelled the InstaInk subscription and bought cartridges myself – but of course that didn’t work as…

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  3. Liam

    To give some context, I have a degree in software engineering, I work as a senior software engineer for a large American software provider. I’m very computer literate…. This printer has just sucked up 2 hours of my life to install. Do you know how to bypass ssl errors in browsers? No… Then you knackered because the setup page has an invalid certificate and there is literally no other way to configure the thing. The help pages are hilariously bad. It appears to be people in hp making wild guesses to solutions to problems,no one which make any technical sense. One read, “setup Google as your proxy”…. Really hp… O_o

    I gave up on the free ink because I’d rather get some sleep.

    Not its (finally) working it seems fine though I would not be surprised to have random issues.

    Honestly, get yourself a printer with a good old USB cable and forget this overly complex cr*p

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  4. Holmsey from Yorkshire

    I am quite tech savvy- I have built PC’s for a hobby.
    Setting this thing up is a joke.
    First, I tried to connect to my wireless mesh network. I have everything connected no problem, including my Tesla car- first time every time, no issues. This printer finds the Network and simply will not connect- why?
    So I set it up with the App on wifi direct. Needs a password- what is it? Nowhere is it written down. Eventually found it in a menu of the printer itself- 12345678 -so connected it. So it isnt connected to my Wifi as it will not connect, but have it connected via wifi on my phone.
    Clicked on the Instantink box on the app to get the free 12 month trial- nothing.
    So went to hp.123.com and downloaded the app on my mac, connecting the printer via a USB lead as I have no choice. Printed test page. Went to Instantink to sign up- pops up server unavailable and impossible to sign up for the trial.
    Seems HP servers are buggy and not working- how can this be for a massive printer company reliant on…

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  5. Tollgate

    This review relates exclusively to HP’s claim that this device is easy to install. I’ve used printers since Windows 95 was in its infancy and an easy installation was one where you put the accompanying CD-ROM in the drive and let it do everything necessary all by itself. Easy isn’t requiring you to search online for the appropriate software to download & run before juggling back and forth between the computer display and the miniature screen on the printer trying to carry out alternate instructions from each
    . Never before have I been required to print a test page and then scan it in order to obtain alignment. Never before have I experienced elation at ending up in the right place, albeit at the second attempt. I wasn’t counting the number of separate steps required to achieve this triumphant state, but fifty wouldn’t be far wrong. Easy? No, can’t say that it was!

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