Ready to switch up your home printer? HP offers a new line of OfficeJet Pro printers for your all in one need. I went to New York to find out more about this printer back in March. I’ve been using the 9025 printer for the last two weeks, and am loving how it works!
- Fast printing
- Duplex tray
- 2-tray support with multiple sizes
- HP Smart App support with Instant Ink subscription plan
- Bigger than other home office All-in-one printers
- Where is NFC?
About the HP OfficeJet Pro 9025
This smart printer is ready for high volume tasks. You can print, copy, scan, and fax up to 99 copies at a time – color or black and white.
The printer will print out a first page speed of 9 seconds (first page) for black ink, and 10 seconds for color. 1200×1200 dpi for black, and up to 4800×1200 optimized dpi for color prints.
The Thermal Inject technology comes in 4 cartridges – Black, Magenta, Yellow, and Cyan. Two sizes of ink – the smaller cartridges will print up to 1,000 pages, and the large cartridges will print up to 1,600 pages.
There is a black ink cartridge option for 3,000 page printing.
In draft mode, black and white printing can produce up to 39 PPM.
The lower tray is adjustable for standard sizes, all the way up to 8.5×11 inch printing. The 9025 will also print borderless if needed.
The 9025 is $329, and part of a series of Smart Printers. I feel this is comparable to other home all-in-one printers out there.
The HP Smart App
With the iOS/Android HP Smart App, you can increase productivity in your scans and prints. The app supports a personalized tile system, to customize what you do with your Officejet Pro printer.
You can print, scan, scan to cloud, copy, and run smart tasks. These are shortcut tasks that will turn your printer into a personal assistant.
For example, you can scan in receipts, and they can be recognized, archived, copies, and shared to other services, so you don’t have to do the same thing twice.
Instant Ink Service
The app also allows you to not only get supplies for your printer, but the program also predicts when you need replacement cartridges, and sends them to you before you run out. All at a deeper discount than if you got it at the office supply store.
I put this printer through it’s paces, and didn’t see any real issues. Compared to other all-in-one printers, it does a comparable job. I’ve used the app a few times to make quick prints, scan to the cloud, and more.
It’s not too big, or oddly shaped, so it sets in the corner pretty easy. While I don’t have a phone line, I am glad these printers still come with fax and phone support. Especially for anyone using dial-up networking.
Prices are on-target with other all-in-one printers, and you get a good deal if you use the Instant Ink option.
What do you think about this printer? Let me know!
Disclaimer: I did not get paid to review, but I did get product for review. You can review the policy here.