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HP OfficeJet Pro 9025e Reviews

The HP Officejet Pro 9025e is one of the best laser printers that you can find for small businesses and home offices. It produces better-quality color printing, delivers more speed in scanning, and offers comfortable two-sided printing so you can accomplish most of your tasks.

This amazing-looking printer has a USB port so that you can print from a computer or smartphone, and it also has wireless printing, a cloud printing option, and wireless data transfer through the cloud. It features an automatic document feeder that enables you to print professional-quality color documents like presentations, brochures, and flyers.

The HP 9025e printer is best suited for people who just started a new business and need a lot of printing, and I would recommend it also for teachers to print their lessons and make them more interesting for their students.

However, I am delighted with one particular feature that will reduce your chance of connection failure over the long run, and that is the self-healing Wi-Fi, which automatically recognizes and resolves connection issues if they occur.


  • Printing speed is top notch
  • The cost-per-print is insane.
  • There are many options to connect.
  • Good picture quality.


  • There is no support for Bluetooth printing.
  • It’s not possible to print 2″ x 3″ photos.
  • ADF scanner produces tilted scans.

Build Quality:

A major drawback of this HP Officejet Pro 9025e printer is that it has a plastic frame, which makes it harder to repair in case of damage. However, the paper tray has good access and is able to hold 100 sheets. The two input trays are also able to hold 500 sheets each.  


With this cartridge, you’ll be able to print in black and color and you’ll be able to produce large quantities of paper when you use it. The cartridge is highly efficient and can last for quite some time.

In the 9025e, there is a black cartridge, and based on the color cartridge, you will be able to print in black if it is empty. However, if you choose to print in color, it will not let you do so until you set up a new color cartridge.

There are two types of HP ink cartridges available for this printer, HP 962 Black and HP 962 C/M/Y, which have an estimated page yield of 1,140 prints for the black cartridge and 744 prints for the color cartridge.

Scanner features:

The flatbed scanner can scan 10,000 dots per inch and has a maximum capacity of 35 pages. It has automatic duplex scanning technology, which means it scans documents in a single pass without having to switch sides of the document. This makes it ideal for scanning documents of all sizes, even two-sided pages.

But the lid hinge is not strong enough to hold up a thick book or magazine. The maximum capacity of the tray is 35 pages, and the maximum resolution is 300 dots per inch (DPI).

Printing Speed:

HP OfficeJet Pro 9025e is fast at printing black-only text documents (16 pages per minute) and color documents (14 pages per minute). It also has a duplex scanning feature.

The first page of a black-only text document gets increasingly fast at printing out subsequent pages.

That’s very impressive and enough for someone who wants their job done fast. There is also a duplex scanning feature that allows you to scan multiple pages automatically.

Cost per print:

The HP OfficeJet Pro 9025e has an impressive cost per page. This is one of the best options for anyone who loves to print. It comes with a free HP Instant Ink subscription, so it will always be ready for you to print.

After you purchase the printer, you get a six-month supply of ink delivered to your door for free.

When you buy inkjet printer inks, you’re also buying the toner that goes with it, so when it comes time to change it, just remember that it’s just as easy to throw.

However, black-only printing will cost 0.029$/print, color printing is nearly 0.086$/print and photo printing will cost as much as 0.229$/print.

One Black Cartridge costs 32.99$ and one Color Cartridge will cost 63.99$ every time you decide to change them. If you purchase this printer, HP will deliver six months of free ink to your door.

How it performs in case of Family/Office/Student

Family use

For family use, the HP 9025e is a very sweet spot. This all-in-one model includes a flatbed scanner and an automatic document feeder for scanning and taking the documents inside automatically.

The coloring on the print might look a bit odd to you if you’re used to the color version, but that will probably be fine for you. The photo printing option is really good, to be honest, and your family photos will look absolutely gorgeous on this printer.

Small business/home office

As I said at the beginning, this printer is best for small or home offices. It has a large number of pages, which helps keep the cost per print incredibly low. There is a very fast printing speed, with subsequent pages coming out a bit faster than the first page.

The tilted scans are caused by an issue with the ADF scanning device. If you see these tilted scans, make sure your machine is correctly set up and ready to scan.


The HP 9025e is an excellent multifunction printer for students. It prints black and color documents quickly and has a low cost per print for both black and color documents.

You can use Wi-Fi to connect to the printer, or you can print directly from a USB thumb drive.

This scanner has an automatic document feeder that lets you scan without lifting the paper from the tray. Luckily, the scanner has a hinge that allows it to accommodate thick books and it also supports Bluetooth printing.


Here we are gonna compare HP OfficeJet Pro 9025e with its closest rivals. The first one is the HP OfficeJet 9015 which is an all-in-one wireless color printer, loaded with plenty of facilities. And another one is HP OfficeJet Pro 8025.

The HP OfficeJet Pro 9015 is a more efficient printer than the HP OfficeJet Pro 8025. The cost-per-print is much cheaper with the 9015, it supports duplex scanning, and yields significantly more pages. Better-looking photos are produced by the 9015 and it prints quicker.

HP OfficeJet 9015

The plastic body of the HP OfficeJet 9015 is sturdy. If you want to use the HP OfficeJet Pro 8025 for larger objects, you can raise the lid slightly. The lid comes off the hinges if you overextend it.

The printing speed of the HP 9015 is good, but it’s a bit slower than other office models. The printer takes some time to start, but it isn’t too slow if you only print one page a few times a day.

The OfficeJet Pro 9015 has a low cost per print. Black-only text documents and color documents are both very cost-effective. HP’s Instant Ink subscription automatically sends you ink when you’re running low, based on how much you print a month.

HP OfficeJet Pro 8025

The OfficeJet Pro 8025 has good build quality, but the front paper tray is hard to open and close and the scanner lid may be hard to align back if you lift it too high.

The HP OfficeJet Pro 8025 prints quickly. It takes a lot more time for color prints than for black text. It takes a 4 x 6 photo in about a minute, which is about what you’d expect from a typical all-in-one inkjet.

The HP OfficeJet Pro 8025 is economical and has a poor black page yield, but is still very cheap and needs more frequent replacements.

Most Commonly Asked Questions

Does HP OfficeJet Pro 9025e have an Ethernet port?

Yes, the HP OfficeJet Pro 9025e has a built-in Ethernet port. This allows you to connect your printer directly to a network without needing to use a wireless connection.

What ink does HP Officejet Pro 9025e use?

HP OfficeJet Pro 9025e printer uses HP 962 ink cartridges. HP 962XL ink cartridges are high-yield ink cartridges.

HP 962XL cartridges are high-yield ink cartridges that contain more ink than standard HP 962 black, cyan, magenta, and yellow ink cartridges. It is also compatible with the original HP 962XL ink cartridges.

How to print envelopes on hp Officejet pro 9025e by using Microsoft Word?

Follow the steps to print envelopes on your HP OfficeJet Pro 9025e. Open a blank document, select mailing, select envelopes, and then click on print.

  • Open a blank document on Microsoft Word.
  • From the toolbar, select mailing and select envelopes.
  • Fill up your information from the envelope pages.
  • Under preview, select the picture of the envelope.
  • select the size of your envelope.
  • go to print options and select your feed method.
  • Click on Ok and then Click on Print.
  • Now you’ve successfully printed an Envelope.

How to change ink in HP Officejet Pro 9025e?

If you’re going through a problem with the Ink Cartridge and also some printing issue, it’s better to change the Ink Cartridge of your printer. This way you’ll find out if you have any issues with the printer’s ink or not.

To replace the ink cartridges, follow the below instructions. Don’t buy ink cartridges with mismatched letters.

  1. Turn on the printer.
  2. Open the ink cartridge access door.
  3. Wait until the carriage stops moving before you continue.
  4. Pull the ink cartridge out by pushing in on the front of the ink cartridge to release it, and then pulling it toward you to remove it
  5. Remove the new ink cartridge.
  6. Place the new ink cartridge in the printer so that the cartridge touches the paper feed roller.
  7. Remove the old ink cartridge from its slot. Then, gently push it back out. Don’t buy ink cartridges with mismatched letters.
  8. Close the ink cartridge access door if you’re done replacing it.

How to connect HP Officejet Pro 9025 to a laptop?

To connect your laptop to your HP Officejet pro 9025 printer, connect the USB cable, install the HP Smart app, and click on Add Printer.

To do this successfully, follow the instructions below.

  • First, Connect the USB cable to your printer and your computer.
  • Install the HP Smart app on your computer.
  • After HP Smart is installed, open the app.
  • From the home menu. click on Add Printer
  • It will search your printer if it’s connected, click on your printer model
  • Click on Not Now if it asks you to connect wirelessly
  • Keep clicking on not now, and select not now from the HP Ink subscription page
  • Type your Postal code and click on continue.
  • Now your printer is connected successfully.

What is the difference between HP OfficeJet Pro 9025 and 9025e

The HP OfficeJet Pro 9025e is the replacement model for the HP OfficeJet Pro 9025. The biggest difference is that the 9025e comes with six months of free ink which will be delivered to your door once you sign up with HP+.

These two printers are nearly identical in appearance and performance; The 9025 is known to produce tilted ADF scans, but the problem has been fixed.