HP OfficeJet Pro 9015e ($229.99) is a shading across the board printer intended for light-to medium-obligation use in little workgroups and miniature workplaces. Like its nearby rival, the Editors’ Choice-winning Epson WorkForce Pro WF-4720, the 9015e prints well at a generally decent speed, and it’s stacked with the accommodation and usefulness includes little workplaces need. At the point when you consolidate this exceptionally fit OfficeJet with a business-level membership to HP’s Instant Ink program (the 9015e accompanies a six-month Instant Ink preliminary, dissimilar to the now-suspended OfficeJet Pro 9015), you get an adaptable, modest to-utilize AIO that is deserving of our Editors’ Choice honor.
At 10.9 by 17.3 by 13.5 inches (HWD) and gauging 20 pounds, the 9015e is about 2.6 inches more limited and 6.5 pounds lighter than its higher-volume kin, the HP OfficeJet Pro 9025. That is comparative in haul and size to the Epson WF-4720, somewhat bigger and heftier than the Canon Pixma TR8520 Wireless Home Office All-in-One Printer, and about 3.2 inches more limited than Brother’s equivalent MFC-J995DW. None of these printers will occupy a lot of space on your work area.
Like the HP 9025, the 9015e accompanies a 35-sheet auto-duplexing programmed report feeder (ADF) for replicating, examining, and faxing two-sided multipage firsts without client mediation. The Epson WF-4720 likewise accompanies a 35-page auto-duplexing ADF, while the Brother MFC-J995DW and the Canon TR8520 have ADFs that hold just 20 sheets, and neither can output or duplicate two-sided pages without your flipping the firsts physically.
The 9015e’s whole control board comprises of a to some degree little (2.7-inch) contact screen with no supporting catches or route keys, as displayed here. While, generally, this little presentation is utilitarian, a portion of the symbols are a bit little to tap or swipe easily. Fortunately almost all that you may design, screen, or perform from the control board is likewise open by means of HP’s Embedded Web Server (displayed underneath), which comes stacked in the firmware on a large portion of the organization’s printers.
While, generally, this little showcase is useful, a portion of the symbols are a bit little to tap or swipe serenely. Fortunately almost all that you may design, screen, or perform from the control board is additionally open by means of HP’s Embedded Web Server (displayed beneath), which comes stacked in the firmware on the greater part of the organization’s printers. You can likewise produce reports for evaluating use and figuring ink and paper costs. Discussing paper, the 9015e holds 250 sheets, as does the WF-4720, while the TR8520 holds up to 200 sheets, and the MFC-J995DW holds just 101 sheets, split between a 100-sheet tape and a one-sheet supersede plate.
The 9015e’s greatest month to month obligation cycle is 25,000 pages, with a suggested month to month volume of 1,500 pages, which is at the higher finish of the contenders referenced here.