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HP OfficeJet Pro 9015e/9010e – All-in-One office workhorse you need!

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HP OfficeJet Pro printer by HP are geared at small working groups in a small workplace. If you sign up for HP+, you will receive additional ink cartridges in the mail when you run out. However, the first 6 months are now free, and you will receive an additional year of warranty coverage. HP+ unlocks several more intelligent functions, which we shall discuss in this review.

To begin, HP, as usual, complicated matters by offering the identical device under several names in different areas. Therefore, this printer is known as the 9015e in North America, and it is recognized as the 9010e in Europe.

It’s a quick inkjet printer with a capacity of 250 A4 pages, self-healing Wi-Fi, and a touchscreen interface. It has a fax machine and a 35-page ADF (automatic document feeder) that can scan both sides of a sheet. At roughly £175 (US$229, AU$329), it’s reasonably priced. In addition to an HP+ membership saving you up to 70% on cartridge costs, it’s also reasonably cost-effective to run.


HP OfficeJet Pro

The HP OfficeJet Pro 9015e/9010e printer looks nice with its clean edges and two-tone basalt color scheme. It’s small and quiet, making it ideal for use in a home office. According to reports, 15% of the plastics used in its manufacture are recycled, and if you sign up for HP+, you can also return your used cartridges for closed-loop recovery.

The tilting touchscreen is somewhat tiny. However, it is still more convenient than hard buttons, and the primary paper tray holds 250 sheets.

The top-mounted 35-sheet ADF lends the HP OfficeJet Pro 9015e/9010e a somewhat top-heavy appearance. It also allows it to instantly scan and copy both ends of any documents placed in it.

Setup and operation of HP OfficeJet Pro

HP OfficeJet Pro

The HP OfficeJet Pro 9015e/9010e comes with easy-to-follow printed quick-start directions, although you’re unlikely to need them.

When you switch on the power, the color display invites you to configure the time and location and install the four ink cartridges. You may then finish the setup process using the HP Smart program on your phone or PC. This includes a thorough calibration procedure in which the printer prints a test page and then analyses the results with its scanner to ensure that the print heads are in proper alignment.

The small yet responsive touchscreen and the HP Smart app are quite convenient. It operates quietly and efficiently, and it is simple to use. The program provides all of the standard functions in a highly user-friendly manner. It also lets you set up shortcut actions on the printer’s home screen. For example, if you routinely sign loan agreement paperwork, you may use the app to program one icon that will scan and send your signed document to your desired email address when tapped.

Performance of HP OfficeJet Pro

HP OfficeJet Pro 9015e/9010e - All-in-One office workhorse you need!

The HP OfficeJet Pro 9015e/9010e performed admirably, producing consistently crisp printed pages reasonably. The 22ppm figure for mono simplex pages is correct, although it slows dramatically when auto-duplexing both sides of the paper.

Photos on glossy photo paper don’t have the same sense of detail that other photo printers can produce. Text in plain black seems strong and readable even at small point sizes. However, when greater regions of black ink are required, horizontal lines can be seen, ruining black and white images. These lines are unnoticeable while printing in color. Thus color papers and pictures look good.

The HP OfficeJet Pro 9015e/9010e photocopier works admirably. The scan resolution is identical to the print resolution, and the scanner’s simple slide-off glass allows your papers to slide on easily and off the scanner bed.

When you utilize the ADF instead of the flatbed, you may immediately replicate both sides of the page.

Handsome and Feature-Packed

HP OfficeJet Pro

The 9015e is 2.6 inches shorter and 6.5 pounds lighter than its higher-volume twin, the HP OfficeJet Pro 9025, at 10.9 by 17.3 by 13.5 inches (HWD) and 20 pounds. That’s equivalent to the Epson WF-4720 in heft and girth. However, slightly larger and thicker than the Canon Pixma TR8520 Wireless Home Office All-in-One Printer and approximately 3.2 inches shorter than Brother’s comparable MFC-J995DW. None of these printers will take up a lot of space on your desk.

The HP 9015e, like the HP 9025, includes a 35-sheet ADF for copying, scanning, and faxing two-sided multipage originals without the need for user intervention. The Epson WF-4720 also has a 35-page ADF. However, the Brother MFC-J995DW and Canon TR8520 only have 20-sheet ADFs.

The whole control panel of the 9015e contains a relatively tiny (2.7-inch) touch screen with no accompanying buttons or navigation keys, as illustrated above. While this little display is mostly functional, some icons are too small to tap or slide easily. The great news is that almost everything you can set, monitor, or accomplish via the control panel. It is also accessible via HP’s Embedded Web Server, which is pre-installed in the software of the majority of the firm’s printers.

It can also generate reports to analyze the use and calculate ink and paper expenses. The 9015e and WF-4720 both hold 250 sheets in terms of paper capacity. However, the TR8520 carries up to 200 sheets, and the MFC-J995DW holds just 101 sheets, divided between a 100-sheet cassette and a one-sheet override tray.

The maximum monthly duty cycle of the 9015e is 25,000 pages, with a suggested monthly volume of 1,500 pages, higher than the rivals indicated above.


The HP OfficeJet Pro 9015e/9010e is as sophisticated as it appears. It has all of the important capabilities a small business may want in a low-cost compact. It would be ideal for a small office with a print speed of 22ppm and capabilities like Private Print and configurable keys. It’s not suitable for images on photo paper, but the print quality is excellent in other areas. Moreover, the operating cost for a cartridge-based printer is reasonable if you sign up for an HP+ subscription.

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