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the 9025 is a good printer only 4 star the 6x4 picture do not print good and turn black about one hour after printing
I would recommend this to a friend
Fast Print/Scan, Picture Quality AveragePosted
I was looking for a printer that could printer multiple pages quickly due to the amount of work I do. I decided to get the HP OfficeJet Pro 9025 and unfortunately it only met half my needs. I am disappointed at the sacrifices HP made choosing Quantity over Quality. It prints fast however all other qualities fall very short. Pros: Fast Print Fast Scanning 5G WIFI Color Touchscreen Phone App 2 Paper Trays Print Out Holder able to hold large print out stacks USB connector in front Easy Access to Printer assemblies for paper jams Laser ink Jet Cartridges are cheap Cons: Difficulty printing certain font styles Photo Print low to average quality Uses Laser Jet instead of Ink Jet Cartridges Noisy when Prints Bulky ::Setup / Install:: The setup and install of the printer was fairly easy, you can configure from the color touchscreen or the phone app. Also if you wish to install via the computer you will need to go to HP site to download the software to run. It does not come with any software packaged, you need to either go online or use the phone store app to grab. ::Print Quality:: Printing text based documents, scanned item (Non Picture), booklets are very fast and quality is decent. Decent due to some font styles appear incorrectly when printing. It is also very noisy to be sure not to print during odd hours of the night. Pictures come out faded, low quality and inaccurate color saturation. More then likely due to the limitations of a laser based versus inkjet ink cartridges. This printer is definitely meant for someone who prints documents on standard font styles and need large quantities printer. Overall I would recommend this for anyone who is looking to print large amount of documents in a short time. The cartridges are cheap and great for text based prints. However if looking to print anything graphical, avoid this printer and go with another printer. The quality is very low / average, passable for flow chart / graphs but that's about it.
No, I would not recommend this to a friend
A solid workhorsePosted
I have been using HP Inkjet printers for years and have been fairly satisfied with the performance and quality of their printers. I currently own a Officejet Pro 8710 printer and love it. Having never seen the HP OfficeJet Pro 9025 All-in One printer as it was sent to me as a pre-release item to be reviewed, I was expecting to see another version of my 8710, but this printer was altogether different looking. I has a much more business like appearance similar to the HP Officejet Pro 7740. Setup was fairly straightforward. After removing the packing materials and powering on the printer, I opened the front and installed the ink cartridges. I downloaded the HP Smart app to my phone following the included instructions. Evidently this printer is so new that you have to download a new, yet to be released version of the smart app. From the software you select add a printer and the app walks you through the process. Within 10 minutes, the printer was up and running. The display asked me to do a scanner alignment which first prints an alignment document which you place on the scanning bed. The small screen prompts you to continue and quickly performs it's alignment. Now for the specs: Much like any decent all-in-one, the HP Officejet Pro 9025 can print, copy, scan and FAX. It prints up to 24 ppm black, up to 20 PPM Color. This beats my Officejet Pro 8710 by 2 pages per minute. It can do 2 sided copy and scan and has optical character recognition capability. It also has two 250-sheet input trays which is excellent (my 8710 only has 1. The output tray can hold up to 100 sheets. Based on these specs, it seems more equipped for heavy duty office work rather than occasional home office use. My one gripe is the 2.75" screen (I had to measure it diagonally since the spec wasn't listed in the printer setup materials or on the box). The screen seems small and it's a little hard to read at certain angles. Performance wise it did very well. I know it's only 2 PPM faster than my current printer, but it seemed a lot faster. It also seemed a lot mor sturdy while printing without the swaying my 8710 seems to do when printing lines of text. As expected, the print quality is excellent, both in black and white and color. Litter to know bleeding occurred even when printing a photo on regular printer paper. This printer is also "Instant Ink" ready. HP Instant ink is a plan you can sign up for that charges a fee based on the number of pages you print each month. The printer sends ink level information to HP, and when the printer runs low on ink, replacement ink cartridges are shipped to you. You do not need to purchase replacement ink cartridges from retail stores when you are enrolled in HP Instant Ink. I have never signed up for this service, but I can see it being good if you do a lot of printing. I am very impressed with the quality and performance of the HP Officejet Pro 9025. Since it's not a released product as of this review I have no idea what it costs, so I can't give an opinion on it's value proposition is, but it's a solid performer.
I would recommend this to a friend
A true All-in-onePosted
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