HP OfficeJet Pro 8025 vs. 8035 vs. 9015 vs. 9025

Looking for a deal on an HP OfficeJet Pro printer but unsure which one to get? We’re here to help as we look at four of the most hard-working four-in-one printers money can buy – the HP OfficeJet Pro 8025, 8035, 9015, and 9025.

Buying Guide
The HP OfficeJet Pro printer offers the flexibility and versatility you need to keep up with today’s heavy workload. All four of these work horses come with the HP Smart app with Smart Tasks allowing you to organize, edit, print, email, and send your scanned documents instantly to platforms like QuickBooks or other cloud services like OneDrive, saving you valuable time. The app automatically names them making them searchable. All four models also work with Alexa.

Features to look for

The HP OfficeJet Pro 8025/ 8035/ 9015/ 9025 four-in-one printers allow you to print, scan, copy and fax with little effort. These units include a Wi-Fi connection with “self-healing” Wi-Fi that monitors your wireless connection and keeps you online, as well as an Ethernet connection. The 8025 and 8035 printers feature a 225-sheet paper tray, while the 9015 and 9025 come with a 250-sheet paper tray. All four allow for borderless printing on paper up to 8 ½ x 11 inches.

All four printers feature 1200 dots per inch (dpi) for scanning and an automatic document feeder that can handle up to 35 pages for copying, scanning, faxing, or printing. All four units allow for printing on both sides of the paper. The print resolution for black and white (b/w) pages on the 8025, 8035, and 9015 is 1200 x 1200 dpi, while the 9025 has a 1205 x 1200 dpi for b/w. All four are capable of 4800 x 1200 dpi for color.

So, what’s the difference between the 8025 and the 8035? The 8035 includes a USB interface while the 8025 does not. The 8035 is also slightly faster with the ability to print up to 29 b/w pages per minute (ppm) and 25 color ppm compared to the 8025, which can deliver 20 b/w ppm and 10 color ppm.

The copy speed also varies. The 8035 can make 29 copies per minute (cpm) in b/w and 23 cpm in color compared to the 8025, which can deliver 13 cpm for b/w and seven cpm for color.

Now, let’s take a look at the 9015 and 9025 models. Like the 8025, both the 9015 and 9025 offer a USB interface. Unlike the 8025 and 8035, however, both the 9015 and 9025 not only automatically copy and print both sides of a page, but they can also fax and scan both sides as well. Copy and printing speeds are also significantly faster. The 9015 can print 32 b/w and color ppm, while the 9025 makes 39 b/w and color ppm.

As for copying, both models provide the same number of copies. The 9015 can make 32 b/w and color cpm compared to the 9025, which gives 39 cpm for both b/w and color.

As an added bonus, both the 9015 and 9025 include an AC adapter as part of the package.


What’s the difference between the HP PowerJet Pro 8025/ 8035 and the 9015/ 9025 printers?

In addition to copying and printing both sides, the 9015 and 9025 can also scan and fax both sides of a page. Speed is also on their side as each unit is capable of printing and copying more pages faster. The cartridge system is also better saving you money on printing.


If you are looking for speed, necessary in an office with four to five people and everyone is clamoring to print simultaneously, then the HP OfficeJet Pro 9015/ 9025 is your ticket. Both not only copy and print at faster rates, but both can also fax and scan both sides of your document, saving you time, while the 8025 and 8035 are only capable of copying and printing both sides. On the other hand, if you have a smaller office with one to three people, the 8025/8035 will fit the bill for you.

HP OfficeJet Pro 8025

HP OfficeJet Pro 8035

HP OfficeJet Pro 9015

HP OfficeJet Pro 9025

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