Hp officejet pro 8025e manual

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HP’s OfficeJet Pro 8025e All-in-One ($169.99), a step down from our Editors’ Choice OfficeJet Pro 9015, is an entry-level to midrange multifunction inkjet printer designed for small offices and workgroups. Like its higher-end sibling, it prints well at a reasonably fast clip, and when you couple it with HP’s Instant Ink discount ink-subscription program, this OfficeJet delivers highly competitive running costs. It’s a strong choice for environments that need to churn out a few hundred to a thousand prints and copies per month.
Nearly all AIOs in this price range ship with automatic document feeders (ADFs) for sending multipage documents to the scanner. In this case, the 8025’s manual-duplexing ADF holds up to 35 letter- or legal-size pages. That’s the same capacity as its 9015 and 9025 siblings, as well as Epson’s somewhat comparable WF-4720, while the Canon TR8520’s feeder holds only 20 sheets.

Manual duplexing, of course, means that the scanner is capable of scanning just one side of two-sided multipage documents, while auto-duplexing ADFs can scan both sides of two-sided pages without your having to flip the originals manually. Of the AIOs mentioned here so far, the HP 9015 and 9025 and Epson WF-4720 ship with auto-duplexing ADFs. The entire control panel is contained within this relatively small screen, though you can also access most functions (including generating usage reports and configuring security options) through a portal accessible via nearly any web browser, including those on your smartphone or tablet.Paper handling consists of one 225-sheet input tray and a 60-sheet output tray. A 225-sheet capacity isn’t bad, though having only one input source is a bit restrictive, in that each time you or a colleague must print on different media—such as a stack of company checks, envelopes, or labels—you have to take the printer out of service to open and fill (or, possibly, reconfigure) the paper drawer.

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