The HP OfficeJet Pro 9015e is a color inkjet printer designed for small offices. It's an upgraded version of the HP OfficeJet Pro 9015 that comes with HP+, so it includes a six-month subscription to HP's Instant Ink subscription, and ships ink to your door when the printer detects it's running low. It has a great touchscreen display with a menu that makes it easy to navigate through print and scan tasks, and a dual-pass duplex ADF that makes it easy to digitize multi-page, double-sided documents. There's also built-in fax, which is helpful for workplaces like clinics. It has excellent page yields at an outstanding cost-per-print and prints very quickly overall. The wireless and wired connectivity options are superb, and you can also print directly from USB flash drives.
The HP OfficeJet Pro 9015e is a very good printer for families. The cost-per-print for black and color documents is remarkably cheap, so you can print many essays and reports without needing to worry about your budget. Photos look great, with okay color accuracy, and are fine for everyday use. You can also use its outstanding array of scanning features to digitize photos and documents.
The HP OfficeJet Pro 9015e is great for small or home office use. Its black and color page yields are great, so your print jobs won't often be interrupted by a low ink warning. You only need to worry about typical inkjet maintenance routines like printhead cleaning, and it's easy to access potential paper jams. When printing, it gets the first page out decently quickly and prints black text documents at a decent speed. Its ADF can scan double-sided documents in a single pass, making it easy to turn physical copies into digital, searchable PDFs.
The HP OfficeJet Pro 9015e is an excellent printer for students. It doesn't support Bluetooth, but you can print using Wi-Fi Direct or directly from USB flash drives. The cost-per-print is remarkably low, so you don't have to worry about frequent, expensive cartridge replacements. It gets the first page out decently quickly, so you can easily get last-minute essays out the door. You can use the flatbed or ADF to turn handwritten notes into searchable PDFs.
The HP OfficeJet Pro 9015e is very good for black & white printing. The black page yield is very good, and the cost-per-print is outstandingly low, so you don't have to worry about having to refill the cartridges often. You only need to worry about typical inkjet maintenance routines like printhead cleaning and alignment, and the printer is compatible with high-yield cartridges. It prints at a decent speed and gets the first page out quickly, and paper jams are easy to access.
The HP OfficeJet Pro 9015e is a decent model for printing photos. Photos looks great, but there's lots of grain that causes some small details to be lost in the shadows. Colors are vibrant and reasonably accurate, which is fine for casual prints but aren't good enough for photo printing professionals. The cost-per-print for photos is amazingly low, meaning you won't run up your budget.
The HP OfficeJet Pro 9015e feels very well-built, with a sturdy plastic body. The ink cartridges are held in a movable cartridge bay that feels a bit sluggish to move, but the lid to the bay feels well-made. You can also easily access paper jams via the cartridge bay. The power cord is detachable, making it easy to replace in case it gets damaged.
Update 03/01/2022: The 'Width When In Use' result was originally incorrect. It now has the proper measurement.
Update 01/26/2022: The 'In Use Picture' was reshot since the initial one didn't have the input tray fully extended.
You need to perform typical inkjet maintenance tasks on the HP OfficeJet Pro 9015e. We didn't experience any printhead clogging during our tests, even after letting it sit idle for more than six months. If you do experience any issues, you can perform printhead cleaning, printhead alignment, and smear cleaning to help solve the issue. The printer needs to be on to access and replace the cartridges, although they're easy to get to using the front panel. You can also access the sheet rollers via the front panel and move the cartridge carriage to the side to get to paper jams, but we don't expect jams to be a frequent issue.
The HP 9015e has a great display screen. It has a responsive touch display and an easy-to-navigate menu with audible feedback. There are also virtual navigation buttons visible on the bottom when the screen is on. You can tilt the screen to make it easier to see when standing.
The HP 9015e has an excellent cartridge system. Whether you're printing in black and white or color, it prints a great number of pages before running out of ink. It's compatible with HP 962XL high-yield cartridges for better page yields, as well as third-party cartridges, should you want to save some money in the long run. For a similarly-priced printer that yield even more pages, check out the Brother MFC-J4535DW.
Note: When enrolled in HP+, this printer advises you to use original HP cartridges only. While it accepts third-party remanufactured HP cartridges, using them may void the warranty.
Update 03/01/2022: The 'Duplex Scanning' result originally said "Yes", but we've since added more detail to explain the process.
The HP 9015e has outstanding scanning features. There's a flatbed scanner you can use to digitize fragile items like old photos. The automatic document feeder automatically processes double-sided, multi-page sheets, but it takes longer than single-sided sheets because it needs two passes to scan both sides. Additionally, you can save scanned documents as searchable PDF files, letting you easily use your computer to search for text that would take a long time to do manually. Unfortunately, the flatbed's lid hinges don't extend, so you can't properly scan thicker items like textbooks.
The HP OfficeJet Pro 9015e's flatbed scanner can capture even the smallest details in photos or documents at its maximum scan resolution. On the other hand, its 24-bit color depth can translate colors into all the ones visible on most displays. However, you might notice a bit of banding on digitally scanned photos that appear perfectly smooth on the original document.
The HP 9015e's cost-per-print is remarkably low. With its high page yield, you won't have to replace the cartridges often, so the overall cost of printing remains low over time. This printer comes with a six-month subscription to HP's Instant Ink service, which automatically mails new cartridges to your door whenever the printer begins to run out of ink. Keep in mind that even if you only print in black, most inkjet printers continue using the color cartridge for servicing tasks, so you may still need to replace it eventually.
The HP 9015e's printing speed is great. It prints color pages very quickly, so it can easily get color-coded graphs and reports out in no time. It also takes a very short time to print photos. It has a single input tray that holds 250 pages, but its output tray can only hold 60 sheets at a time, so you'll need to clear it if you have a very large print job. Alternatively, there's the HP OfficeJet Pro 9025e which has a secondary tray that holds 250 more sheets, while its output tray holds up to 100 sheets.
The HP OfficeJet Pro 9015e has a mediocre color gamut. Bright greens look darker than they ought to, while blacks have a reddish tint. Additionally, very light color tints come out looking almost completely white. There's a lot of grain in gradients between colors that can be noticeable in some photos.
The HP 9015e's color accuracy is alright. It's fine for adding a splash of color to work or school documents, but it may not be good enough for professional-grade tasks that require perfect color accuracy. Like most printers, it struggles most with reproducing blues.
The HP OfficeJet Pro 9015e supports printing directly from USB flash drives. There's a USB port located on the left side of the printer near the front.
The HP OfficeJet 9015e is compatible with the superb HP Smart app. You can use it to print photos and documents, scan the flatbed remotely or scan using your phone camera, send mobile faxes, and manage your HP Instant Ink subscription. You can directly print some commonly used file types only on iOS, though.
Although the HP OfficeJet Pro 9015e is fully compatible with all operating systems, you need to install software on some OSes to get all the functionality out of the printer. On Windows, the HP Smart app isn't necessary, although you can easily access some functions with the app installed. On Chrome OS, you'd need to add the printer manually using its IP address if you weren't using the HP Smart app, and even then, you'd only be able to print. Using the HP Smart app allows you to easily set up the printer and use its features. Fortunately, on macOS, you can print and scan using AirPrint without installing any apps or drivers.
We tested the HP OfficeJet Pro 9015e in white, which is the replacement for the HP OfficeJet Pro 9015. It includes a subscription to HP+, which includes a two-year warranty and a six-month trial to the Instant Ink subscription services. There's a Costco exclusive variant called the HP OfficeJet Pro 9018e, or the HP 9018e, that's identical. You can see our unit's label here.
The HP OfficeJet Pro 9015e is a great printer for home offices. It's similar to the HP OfficeJet Pro 9015 and the HP OfficeJet Pro 9025, with a high page yield and fast printing speeds. However, cheaper options are available with an even higher page yield, like the Brother MFC-J4335DW.
The HP OfficeJet Pro 9015e is better than the HP OfficeJet Pro 8025e. The 9015e has a much higher page yield and a much lower cost-per-print, and it supports printing off a USB thumb drive. Also, it prints faster and can process double-sided scans. The 8025e does have better color accuracy, but not by much.
The HP OfficeJet Pro 9015e is better for families and casual photo printing, while the Brother MFC-J4335DW is better for students and black and white printing. The HP prints photos much faster with better quality, and it can print directly from USB flash drives. On the other hand, the Brother has a cheaper overall cost-per-print, and it warms up much faster to print the first page. Depending on your office needs, the HP might be better since its automatic document feeder supports dual-pass duplex scanning, or you could go with the Brother for its far higher black page yields.
The HP OfficeJet Pro 9015e and the HP OfficeJet Pro 9025e are very similar inkjet printers. They have nearly identical page yields and cost-per-prints and the same connectivity options and scanner features. However, the 9025e holds double the number of paper thanks to its second input tray. It also takes less time to warm up and produce its first page, although not by much. Both models are HP+ printers and come with six months of free ink through the HP Instant Ink service.
The HP OfficeJet Pro 9015e and the Epson EcoTank ET-3850 are both all-in-one printers designed for small or home office use. However, the HP performs better if you intend to print photos or color documents more frequently than black-only text documents. The HP has significantly better color accuracy, and its photo quality is much higher. On the other hand, the Epson uses an EcoTank system, so its page yields are much higher, and its cost-per-print is much lower.
The Epson WorkForce Pro WF-4830 and the HP OfficeJet Pro 9015e are all-in-one color inkjet printers meant for office use, but the HP performs better. The HP has a much better page yield and cost-per-print for both black and color documents, prints the first page much faster, and prints color documents more quickly. On the other hand, the Epson's ADF scanner can hold more pages at once, and it scans faster. Also, its flatbed scanner's hinges are extendable, so you can scan thicker documents with it.
The HP OfficeJet Pro 9015e and the HP OfficeJet Pro 6978 are from the same series, but the 9015e is more updated. The 9015e yields many more pages at a much cheaper running cost. Also, it prints much faster, and its ADF also scans much faster. Comparatively, the 6978 has better photo printing quality and color accuracy, so it's a better choice for people who print photos more often.
The Brother MFC-J4535DW and the HP OfficeJet Pro 9015e are both all-in-one inkjet printers. The Brother can print many more pages, meaning you'll save some money in the long run. Also, it holds a lot more pages thanks to its two input cassettes, so you won't need to refill the paper as often. On the other hand, the HP is better if you need to scan often. While its ADF doesn't scan as quickly as the Brother, the HP can hold more pages in its feeder. It also supports double-sided scanning, so you won't have to manually flip over any pages to get both sides of documents.
The HP OfficeJet Pro 7740 and the HP OfficeJet Pro 9015e are both all-in-one color inkjet printers meant for small or home offices, but the 7740 has a larger flatbed scanner and can print on wide, tabloid-format paper. Also, the 7740's ADF can duplex scan in one pass compared to the 9015e's, which needs two passes. However, the 9015e has slightly better color page yields, a slightly cheaper cost-per-print, and much faster print speeds. Also, it prints better-quality photos.
The HP OfficeJet Pro 9015e is better overall than the HP ENVY Inspire 7955e. The OfficeJet yields significantly more pages at a much cheaper cost-per-print, prints much faster, and prints much better-looking photos. Also, it has an Ethernet port and can print directly from USB flash drives, it has built-in fax, and its ADF supports automatic dual-pass duplex scanning. In addition, the ENVY only has a single tri-color cartridge as opposed to the OfficeJet's three color cartridges, so the OfficeJet uses ink more efficiently.
The Canon MAXIFY GX7020 is a better printer overall compared to the HP OfficeJet Pro 9015e. The Canon uses a supertank ink system for far superior page yields at a much cheaper cost-per-print, it prints one-page documents quicker, and its ADF's automatic single-pass duplex scanning is faster than the HP's ADF, which requires two passes. On the other hand, the HP prints color documents a bit faster. Also, it prints much nicer-looking photos.
The Canon PIXMA TR8620 and the HP OfficeJet Pro 9015e are both all-in-one color inkjet printers, but the HP is better for home or small office use while the Canon is better for printing photos. The HP has much better page yields and a lower cost-per-print, and it prints faster. Its automatic document feeder supports dual-pass duplex scanning, and it comes with six free months of HP's Instant Ink subscription. On the other hand, the Canon prints much better-quality photos, and it produces much more accurate colors.
The HP OfficeJet Pro 9015e and the HP ENVY 6455e are inkjet printers designed for different uses. The 9015e is designed for office use since it has an automatic document feeder with a dual-pass duplex scanning feature, a much faster printing speed, a fax feature, and an Ethernet port. Also, it produces better-looking photos and much more accurate colors than the 6455e. On the other hand, the 6455e is for home use, so it lacks the features the 9015e has. Its cartridges cost cheaper, but its very low page yield results in a high cost-per-print.
The Epson WorkForce Pro WF-3820 and the HP OfficeJet Pro 9015e are all-in-one color inkjet printers, but the HP performs better overall. The HP has much better page yields, a lower cost-per-print, faster color document, and photo printing speed, and its automatic document feeder supports dual-pass duplex scanning. It also comes with six free months of HP's Instant Ink subscription. On the other hand, the Epson prints black text documents faster.
The Epson EcoTank ET-4760 is a better printer for students, while the HP OfficeJet Pro 9015e is better for small or home offices. The Epson uses a supertank ink system to yield far more pages at a significantly lower cost-per-print. On the other hand, the HP prints color documents and photos faster, and it produces better-looking photos with significantly more accurate colors. Also, its automatic document feeder supports dual-pass duplex scanning, and it can print directly from USB flash drives. It optionally comes with six free months of ink through the HP Instant Ink subscription service.
The Epson EcoTank ET-3760 and the HP OfficeJet Pro 9015e are both all-in-one color inkjet printers, but the Epson is better for students, as it uses a supertank system for far superior page yields and cost-per-print. On the other hand, the HP is better for small or home offices, as it prints much faster overall, has a better screen, can print directly from USB flash drives, can fax, and its automatic document feeder supports dual-pass duplex scanning. It also prints much more accurate colors.
The Brother MFC-J995DW is better than the HP OfficeJet Pro 9015e for most uses. The Brother has a significantly higher page yield, so you won't have to replace the cartridges as often as the HP, and because of this, the cost of printing remains low over time. However, the HP has better color accuracy and is better for home offices because its sheetfed scanner supports duplex scanning, which the Brother doesn't.
The HP OfficeJet Pro 9015e and the HP ENVY Photo 7855 are all-in-one color inkjet printers, but the OfficeJet is better overall. The OfficeJet has much higher page yields and a much lower cost-per-print. Also, it prints faster, its automatic document feeder supports dual-pass duplex scanning, and it also comes with six months of HP's Instant Ink subscription. It's better at reproducing most colors more accurately. On the other hand, the ENVY supports heavier specialty paper, and it can print via Bluetooth.
The Canon PIXMA TR8520 and the HP OfficeJet Pro 9015e are all-in-one color inkjet printers, but the Canon is better for printing photos, while the HP is better for small or home offices. The Canon produces superior-looking photos with vibrant colors, clear details, and no banding, and it can print directly off SD cards. On the other hand, the HP has better page yields and a lower cost-per-print, and prints much faster. Its automatic document feeder supports dual-pass duplex scanning.
The HP OfficeJet Pro 9015e and the HP LaserJet MFP M234sdwe are small office printers, but the 9015e is a color inkjet, and the M234sdwe is a monochrome laser. The 9015e is overall a better choice thanks to its color printing capability, ADF, dual-pass duplex scanning feature, and higher flatbed scanner resolution. It also prints much faster than the M234sdwe and holds more paper in its input tray. However, the M234sdwe yields more black pages and has a slightly lower cost-per-print, so it may be a better choice if you only need to print monochrome documents and don't want to replace the cartridge as often.
The HP OfficeJet Pro 9015e is better than the Epson EcoTank ET-2760 for most uses. The HP is a better choice for office use since it has an automatic document feeder that supports dual-pass duplex scanning, meaning you can easily scan multi-page documents and double-sided sheets, and it can fax if you need it. It also prints much faster, and it prints nicer-looking photos with more accurate colors. On the other hand, the Epson uses a supertank which gives it much higher page yields and a lower cost-per-print, so it's a better choice if you print a lot of sheets for school or work.
The HP OfficeJet Pro 9015e and the HP DeskJet 2742e are inkjet printers designed for different uses. However, the OfficeJet performs much better thanks to the much lower cost-per-print, higher page yield, and quicker printing time. Unlike the DeskJet, the OfficeJet supports printing with an external storage device and Ethernet connection. Also, it has an automatic document feeder that can scan double-sided sheets in two passes. In addition, the OfficeJet can perform automatic duplex printing, while the DeskJet requires you to manually flip over your page each time.