HP describes its model Tango 100 as a “smart home printer”. Rightly so, because just like other smart devices, it is controlled purely via an app and WiFi.

Ideally, the user uses their smartphone to print from the Tango printer or to make copies and scans. The printer therefore has no other connection sockets such as LAN or USB or a menu display. Everything works through the app.

HP has designed a printer to suit a modern urban lifestyle. The dimensions of the printer are compact at 389 x 246 x 91 mm, but printing up to A4 size is possible.

When the dark gray-light gray printer is not needed, it can be stored in a book cover style case covered in gray and white woven material, protected from dust.

The entire design is tailored to the trendy Scandinavian living style with simple, high-quality materials and Scandinavian design elements.

The printer’s focus on the modern, digital lifestyle is also reflected in all functions. Apart from a connection for the power cable, there is no other connection on the device itself.

And the buttons only have the power button and the wifi button. No display, no menu buttons – everything on the printer works through the HP Smart app.

This also applies to the first connection to the WLAN at home, which is smooth and very fast for a “smart” device. Only hidden LEDs on the front display the status in color.

The printer is then ready to accept jobs. And of course thanks to the app and WiFi connection, even if the printing process has not started where the printer is located.

In addition to photos, the app can also be used to print documents (with manual flipping, also on both sides). There is a copy function and the app uses the camera of the smartphone or tablet to scan.

The HP Tango 100 prints photos – probably the most popular function – from your own photo album, optionally also from Facebook & Co., from your own cloud or from the Dropbox memory on the smartphone after selection in good print quality and recognizes the entered paper size.

The app also offers settings for color, image quality and more. Despite the use of XL inks, photo prints quickly become quite expensive if the ink has to be constantly replaced.

If you don’t print a lot and often, you should take a closer look at the printer’s “HP Instant Ink” service, which automatically notifies you when it needs new inks, which are then automatically delivered to your home .

Nice for photo printers: photos in the format 13×18 cm do not count towards the number of prints. If the WLAN fails and you must print from your smartphone or tablet (with locally stored images):

The HP Tango 100 has its own network to which the smartphone can be connected. This means that printing is possible even when the internet connection is interrupted.

HP Tango 100 manual pdf

Download the HP Tango 100 manual for Windows and macOS

Before downloading the manual, please review the following operating systems to ensure the HP Tango 100 printer is compatible with your PC or Mac.

Download HP Tango 100 User Guide and Setup Poster

The manual below contains a user’s guide to teach the user how to use the printer, and an installation poster to guide you through installing the printer hardware.

HP Tango 100 User’s Guide
File size: 1.74 MB

HP Tango 100 setup poster
File size: 0.12 MB

*Applicable to the HP Tango series

In conclusion, the HP Tango 100 is a stationary ink printer that can actually be used in many ways over a radio link.

However, photo prints in particular are good and not brilliant, and prints and ink are also relatively expensive.

Of course, for a small monthly fee you can use the instant ink service and print without worrying about ink, but you could have offered the printer a little cheaper.

Otherwise a successful design that fits the current furnishing trend.

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