Why we don’t hate the HP OfficeJet Pro 9015e printer
Fortunately, the situation has improved. And for the past two-plus years, we’ve lived happily with the HP OfficeJet Pro 9015 – which is basically identical to our current top pick, the 9015e. Our print and scan lives have been pretty dreamy.
HP Officejet Pro 9015e
User-friendly software, affordable ink, a long warranty and many thoughtful details make this all-in-one less intrusive than the competition. The results also look sharp.
The best thing about the 9015 is that it works. Most printers are tedious, finicky and frustrating. But not this one. Setup was as easy as unboxing, putting in the ink cartridges, plugging in the power and adding the printer to my MacBook.
Simply downloading and installing the driver got the printer working on my wife’s PC. “It was super easy,” she recalls. Same goes for setup on my iPhone and their Android. (Yes, we’re a technologically divided household.) And it prints fast. So when you’re ready to walk out the door to ship a package when you realize you haven’t printed a return label, the printer won’t slow you down.
The document feeder makes scanning up to 35 pages at a time a fast process, at just under 9.5 pages per minute. If you have something delicate or want to scan something strange, e.g. B. several receipts for an expense report, you can fold up the feeder and place it on the glass underneath.
The hardware of the 9015 and our current pick, the 9015e, is identical. The only differences between these models: the 9015e’s longer two-year warranty; the longer, six-month Instant Ink trial, which automatically sends ink when it’s running low; and some additional software features.