HP OfficeJet Pro 9025 All-in-One Printer
HP OfficeJet Pro 9025 is a wireless-capable All-in-One Inkjet Printer that allows you to save space, time, and resources. You can enjoy printing, scanning, copying, and sending faxes in one solid unit.
This model has two 250-sheet paper trays to handle large jobs and qualifies for the HP Instant Ink Program, so users will always have new cartridges when needed. In essence, the HP 9025 is an excellent printer with a print resolution of 4800 x 1200 dpi and a draft print speed of as fast as 39 ppm in black and 39 ppm in color.
Printing without borders is available on documents up to 8.5 x 11″ and for printing documents without borders, the printer accepts up to 8.5 x 14″ media. To copy and scan this unit has a 1200 dpi CSI scanner, and for multi-page documents, the ADF has a capacity of 35 sheets.
Equipped with built-in Wi-Fi and Ethernet connectivity, the HP 9025 can be added to existing networks easily, and all of these settings and modes can be accessed intuitively via the 2.65″ Color Graphic Display (CGD) touch screen on the front panel.
Wi Features -Fi Direct also allows users to connect directly from mobile devices for direct printing needs, while it is compatible with many services to work smoothly with various devices. For those who want a direct and simple connection, a USB 2.0 port is available.
In addition, this printer instantly qualifies for the HP Instant Ink Program which, for a small monthly fee, allows users to automatically ask their printer to notify HP when it runs out of ink so that new cartridges are sent to your door. This system guarantees that you will always have a cartridge ready for use and you don’t need to constantly monitor ink levels. Below are the results of our tests that might be gauged before you choose this product.
HP OfficeJet Pro 9025 is quite large. Not much bigger than OfficeJet Pro 9015, but taller and heavier. That is:
- Height 12.6″ (31.9 cm)
- Width 17.2″ (43.7 cm)
- Depth 15.6″ (39.6 cm)
- Weight 26.4 lbs (12.0 kg)
Build & Design Quality
OfficeJet Pro 9025 has excellent design and build quality. The full plastic construction feels sturdy and the power cord can be removed, making it easy to replace if damaged. The ink cartridge is easily accessible from the front panel, and you only need to lift the top scanner lid and the back side panel to clear the paper jam. The front input tray also has a sliding bar that adjusts to the paper size, and you can even have photo paper and plain paper in a different tray at the front.
Unfortunately, although it’s good that the hinges on the scanner lid can be extended to accommodate thicker documents such as books, they feel pretty fragile and the lid can come off the hinges if it’s too heavy, exposing the cable. After the lid is off, it is difficult to realign the hinges, which are needed to close the scanner lid. Also, opening and closing the front paper tray can be rather challenging.
OfficeJet Pro 9025 has an amazing screen console. It is very responsive, provides audible feedback, and can be tilted for better visibility. There are ‘Home’ and ‘Back’ buttons at the bottom of the screen (not displayed), and the settings are easy to navigate.
Note that the advertised printer has a 6.6 cm screen display, but this is an end-to-end measurement. We measure the screen diagonally.
The HP 9025 has an excellent cartridge system, this allows you to print a large number of pages before the cartridge dries. There are third-party ink cartridges available; however, we have not received it. We will provide updates after we receive and test them.
The HP 9025 has amazing scanning features. Although the automatic document feeder reduces the scanning resolution to 300 DPI, document scanning can scan both sides of a two-sided document. If you need a higher resolution to scan photos, the flatbed scanner reaches 1200 DPI.
The scanner lid can also be slightly extended to accommodate thicker documents. This is limited to letter-sized documents (8.5″ x 11″), so if you need something with a larger flatbed, consider choosing the Epson WorkForce WF-7720.
The HP OfficeJet Pro 9025 has excellent printing speeds. They need a little longer time to print the first page of a black text document; however, the next page will be much faster. When printing color documents a little slower, and even longer for printing photos, although it’s still faster than the HP OfficeJet Pro 9015.
Cost Per Print
Have fun because the cost per HP 9025 printout is incredible. Printing in black alone is very affordable, even in large quantities, but the cost of printing color documents rises at a much faster rate the more you print. If you tend to print a lot, the printer receives high-yield cartridges, and you can also subscribe to an HP ink subscription, which is an official service provided by HP to automatically send you new cartridges when the ink level is low.
Remember that even if you only print in black, most inkjet printers continue to use color cartridges for service tasks, so you might still need to replace them eventually.
Photo Printing Quality
The HP 9025 can be said to have decent photo print quality. The colors look brighter and have good details. However, there are few lines of color in some areas of gray and dark that are less clear.
These results are based on actual physical photos, not the scanned image provided for the above reference, which may not represent the print quality of the printer photo.
The printing color accuracy of the HP 9025 is sub-par. This should not be a problem if you just want to print casually, but it is not recommended for those who need accurate color reproduction, such as print media.
Speaking of convenience, the HP 9025 has excellent connectivity options. The device can be connected directly to a computer via a USB input on the back of the printer and has a secondary USB port on the front that supports external drives.
You can even print wirelessly using AirPrint on iOS and Mopria devices on Android. The only downside is the lack of Bluetooth support on this device.
Mobile Print App
The HP Smart app cellular printing application is feasible. This allows you to manage your HP ink subscriptions if you subscribe, and you can scan documents directly from the application at a maximum resolution of 300 dpi.
You can also print directly from the application and send image documents too.