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HP - OfficeJet Pro 9025 All-In-One Instant Ink Ready Printer-Front_Standard

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Rating 4.4 out of 5 stars with 78 reviews

87%
would recommend to a friend

Expert rating

Rating 3.8 out of 5 stars with 2 reviews

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  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Misleading Specs

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    PeteP
    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    The dimensions supplied by HP are misleading. While it is 15.6" deep, the power cord connects to the way back of the device and sticks out another 1.5". By way of contrast, the network cable connection is recessed and does not impact the dimensions. I bought this specifically to fit in a tight space and it does not. Very disappointed. This is a rookie mistake for a company as big as HP.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    A true All-in-one

    Posted
    JKhan
    • Tech Insider NetworkTech Insider Network

    Before this printer, I was happily using an Officejet 8600 Pro Plus, which at the time, was a top model. The 9025 is an improvement in every way. Whether color or B&W, it is very fast, and if printing in the wee hours, the silent mode is a great addition. My wife appreciates with that one. :-) Connecting to wi-fi was seamless. With my 8600, there was a widespread issue with the printer creating a static IP, and blocking connection. This looks to be repaired. The quality of the prints exceeds the 8600. Photos rival my Canon, which is a major plus. I'd often have to set-up separate printers for image quality. A major plus is the dual paper trays. Loading/unloading paper to exchange between standard paper and photo paper can be tedious. Having each loaded all the time eases my workflow, and makes it more likely to print pictures. A lost art... Duplex scanning is still on par. I do appreciate the added function of an "ID button" that prepares the printer for the dual sided task. The screen is smaller than the 8600, but it is much more responsive to touch. Very fluid. Now, the app. At first, I was unsure how I'd use the "smart task" feature, but it only took one recipe to find the value. I set-up a all-in-one smart task just for testing. While out and about, I found a recipe I wanted to try. I took a photo with my phone, sized the document through the app, and executed. It saved it directly to my Drive, sent it to me email and had a printed copy waiting for me when I arrived home. Could be overkill, but I find it assuring. The other functions of the app minimize going between different devices for functions. Once again, aided the workflow. I do miss my card reader, but the multifunction USB connector will definitely make do. At this moment, for my needs, I really do not have any negatives to report. It passed all my need-specific tests and is a worthy successor to my good ole 8600. I have yet to try the ink on demand, but if it is true to cost, I may sign up. Happy printing.

    I would recommend this to a friend