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HP OfficeJet Pro 8025e Review

Reviews of the Hp Office jet Pro 8025

If you’re looking for a reliable inkjet printer for home or office use, then you should look no further than the HP OfficeJet Pro 8025e. The ink cartridges are affordable, and you get 6 months of free ink to boot. This is a great deal considering you can print up to 700 pages per month.

There are a ton of connectivity options, including Wi-Fi, Ethernet, USB, and SD card slots. You can also print from your phone and tablet, and the printer supports NFC.

In addition to the regular features that come with all printers, this model also has a USB interface, so you can easily print from your computer. The HP OfficeJet Pro 8025e is a good option for small businesses that need an inexpensive printer for their everyday needs.


  • Compact, can easily fit on a desk or a countertop.
  • Can Print directly from email, social media, or web pages.
  • Can print on both sides of the paper.
  • Easy to set up.


  • The pictures look a bit grainy.
  • Can’t print 2″ x 3″ Photos.
  • Sometimes the colors look washed out.

Build Quality:

The HP OfficeJet Pro 8025e is a compact and lightweight multifunctional inkjet printer designed for the home, school, and office. The printer is equipped with a sturdy plastic body and a good cartridge bay lid dampener that closes the lid gently if you let go while closing it.

Its power cord is detachable, so it’s easy to replace it if it gets damaged. Also, it provides easy access to paper jams. Unfortunately, the ink cartridges are only accessible when the printer is on. While the 8025e only comes in one color, the 8035e comes in three colors: Light Basalt, Oasis, and Coral.


HP 8025e printer has a very low black page yield. Its black cartridge yield is relatively low, meaning you may need to replace the cartridges frequently, especially if you print a lot. On the other hand, the color cartridge lasts longer, depending on how much you print in color. If you want to increase the black page yield, you’ll need to choose a better cartridge.

Scanner features:

The HP 8025e scanner has decent features. It has a flatbed scanner and an automatic document feeder (ADF), so you can scan items such as photos and reports. It can also save documents as searchable PDF files, allowing you to easily search through them on your computer.

Additionally, the ADF is disappointingly slow and will take a while to get through very long documents. Since it doesn’t support duplex scanning, you can’t scan double-sided pages without flipping them over yourself.

Printing Speed:

The speed of the print is are as fast as 20 pages per minute in black and 10 pages per minute in color or 29 pages per minute in black and 25 pages per minute in color using draft mode.

Cost per print:

Cost-per-print is not bad. It keeps running expenses low, but they can quickly add up if you print in color a lot. The HP Instant Ink subscription will give you six months of free ink at no cost. However, the black-only printing will cost 0.077$/page, the color printing is nearly 0.128$/print and the photo printing will cost as much as 0.340$/print.

How it performs in case of Family/Office/Student

Family use

For family use, the HP OfficeJet Pro 8025e is a good choice. The low-cost-per-print for both black and color documents makes running expenses cheap over time and is easy on your wallet.

The mobile app lets you print, Scan, fax, and run maintenance tasks with ease, while the flatbed scanner and automatic document feeders make it easy to digitize different media types. The printer prints blurry-looking images even though color accuracy is decent.

Small business/home office

The HP OfficeJet Pro 8025e is not great for home offices. It has a low black page yield and can’t automatically Scan double-sided documents. On the other hand, it has a responsive display screen that makes it easy to execute printing and scanning tasks, and it can connect to a network with an Ethernet port. A good number of color pages can be found on the color sheets.


For a student, this HP OfficeJet Pro 8025e performs well. It is a low-cost printer for black and color documents that makes it easy to use. You can use the flatbed scanner and an automatic document feeder to easily print out your notes from your textbook.

The printer offers a wide range of wireless connection options, but it doesn’t support USB storage printing It’s not the best option for printing last-minute assignments because it is slow at printing documents.


The OfficeJet Pro 9025e has a higher maximum printing speed of 24 pages per minute in black and 20 pages per minute in color. The HP Envy Inspire 7955e includes a free 6-month subscription to instant ink, and it comes with advanced features such as advanced photo printing, a separate photo tray, and a built-in photo scanner.

The OfficeJet Pro 9025e is best for small businesses and home offices that want to print documents and high-quality photos. The HP Envy Inspire 7955e includes a built-in photo tray for multiple sizes, plus advanced features such as a separate photo scanner and custom photo features in the HP Smart app.

Most Commonly Asked Questions

What Types of Ink HP OfficeJet Pro 8025 use?

The HP OfficeJet Pro 8150 and HP OfficeJet Pro 8150e use the standard yield HP 910 black, cyan, magenta, and yellow ink cartridges. These cartridges are usable in the default configuration, but you can change the cartridge loadout to any of the other colors with an included software tool.

This printer works with the high-yield HP 910XL ink cartridges, as well as the original black HP 910XL cartridges.

Just so you know, the HP 910XL ink cartridge yields approximately 4,500 pages. It uses a thermal printhead and a drum to achieve high-quality printing and can print up to 30 pages per minute.

Does HP OfficeJet Pro 8025e come with ink?

After purchasing a new HP OfficeJet Pro 8025e printer, it comes with an introductory ink tank. The page yield for the introductory ink cartridges is lower than the regular ink ones because they have less ink volume, but they are included to get you started with your machine.

With the HP 8025e, you’ll receive high-capacity XJ500 ink cartridges. These new ink cartridges are up to 50 percent larger than the previous generation ink cartridges, allowing for higher printing speeds and longer cartridge life.

Is HP OfficeJet Pro 8025e Compatible with Windows 7?

If you’re using Windows 7, you might be wondering if the HP OfficeJet Pro 8025e is compatible or not. The answer is yes, there is no problem connecting a HP OfficeJet Pro 8025e with any windows but i prefer to use Windows 11 to enjoy all the new features.

How do i Scan Multiple Pages on HP OfficeJet Pro 8025e?

If you are scanning documents, it’s important to ensure that you don’t miss any of them. If you only focus on one page at a time, you can find yourself missing out on valuable information.

It also means that you need to spend more time scanning and less time reviewing. The good news is that there is a very precise solve for this entire issue. Follow the Next steps to continue scanning multiple pages on your OfficeJet Printer.

Step 1: Scan Onto the Flatbed

When you’re scanning a document, sometimes it’s easier to scan multiple pages rather than just one. If this happens to be the case, you need to know how to do so.

If you have your scanner set up properly, you should be able to simply press the “Scan” button, and then select the number of pages that you want to print. Then, make sure to save the file somewhere safe.

You can also use the built-in function of the printer to do the same thing. When you turn on the device, the program will automatically start. You can then choose the number of copies that you would like printed.

Step 2: Place It Onto the Flatbed

First, you need to make sure that your scanner can handle more than one page. If this isn’t the case, then you will have to use a different type of scanner.

You also need to be careful when placing the paper on the flatbed. You don’t want to put it down too hard, but you don’t want to place it so loosely that it falls off either.

When scanning, you might find it easier to turn the pages manually rather than using the automatic feeder.

Step 3: Align It to the Top Left Hand Corner

In case if you do not align the pages properly, you’ll end up with an image or document that doesn’t look very good. So, make sure the alignment is Perfect.

Step 4: Start the Scan From the Document Feeder

Now, the paper and the scanner is ready. Press the scan button to Start the scanning.

Step 5: Add More Pages From the Scanning

After the first scanning is complete, add more pages to continue scanning.

How to change HP OfficeJet Pro 8025e ink Cartridges?

  1. Make sure that the printer is turned on. You can open the printer’s front door and raise the ink access door.
  2. You have to wait for the carriage to completely stop moving before you start.
  3. Press the tab at the end to release it. Pull the printer’s cartridge out.
  4. Get your new HP 8025e ink. If it leaks, open it over the sink or garbage can to prevent a mess.
  5. Before installing it, make sure to only touch the black plastic part, and remove the covering tape that is usually bright in color as well as the plastic protective case.
  6. Once it clicks into place, insert the ink for HP OfficeJet Pro 8025e.
  7. Put the front cover back in place after the ink access door has been closed.