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After reading through the reviews, it could this HP OfficeJet Pro 9025 printer practically nothing of what is in the description and only half of the rest? Until I realized that the reviews of this printer were about several different models and that the majority of the bad reviews can be traced back to incorrect reading when ordering.

So this review is clearly about the HP OfficeJet Pro 9025. I can report that this can fax and also has a connection for the cable on the back. WiFi in the network is also completely unproblematic (direct WiFi not yet tested). The paper (we use 90 grams of Avery plain paper) is just being fed. The double scanning unit scans a document on both sides in one go in the feeder at the top (without turning the sheet internally - which often led to a paper jam with folded letters in the previous model). A wonderful improvement. And yes, the printer makes printer noises (like its predecessor) but there is a quiet printing option in the menu which, however, reduces the printing speed. (Didn't test this because I don't buy a fast printer so that it prints more slowly.)

HP OfficeJet Pro 9025 printing is also much faster in duplex than with the predecessor. The HP OfficeJet Pro 9025 driver setup is very easy and comprehensive on the PC. Therefore, the very small screen on the device is completely sufficient. The touch screen reacts very directly and pleasantly. Basically, you use the "tiles", each of which has small sub-menus, to fine-tune the (e.g. printing) order. If you want to make more in-depth basic settings on the device, even that can be done easily on the small screen. Ok, it is then a little more uncomfortable but after the setting from the PC, almost not necessary.

There are programmable SMART-TASKS that can best be set up in no time using the (mobile) app .even if I haven't found any use for it in our small office (maybe I'll discover it over time). You can control certain functions of the device from the app (e.g. the flatbed scanner, but not the duplex scanner). You can, for example, take photos with the software and then send them directly by fax. (I would do it by email, but good and it works). Faxing is child's play with just a few inputs on the device, mainly about the nature of the document.

All in all, I think the device is a very good further development. It may be that the processor is smaller or other internal components are not the best on the market, but it seems to me the pointless shopkeeping that is not felt in use. The device is almost self-explanatory and very easy to install and use. The HP software takes over the entire network integration with just a few clicks of the mouse. I have never set up an all-in-one printer and put it into operation as easily as this one. How he will do in the long run will show. It will probably last another 3-4 years without any problems and then suddenly no longer recognize its print head🤣🤣 LOL. like the old man. It's a shame about the opened cartridges, but it always means a quantum leap in technology when you buy a new one.

 

HP OfficeJet Pro 9020 All-in-One EasyStart Printer Setup Software – Offline Use Only

Click the link>> HPEasyStart-12.1.03-OJP9020_49_8_4576_1_Full_Webpack.exe (309.6 MB)

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HP OfficeJet Pro 9025 Drivers Installer

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