HP offers models of the same construction through different sales channels or side by side. This can be recognized by the last number in the model number. This printer is currently also available with a turquoise accent color. The HP OfficeJet Pro 9022e office printer does not show any major weaknesses in any of the disciplines but also does not offer any outstanding features. Basically positive are the good drivers for printing and scanning, as well as the decent “Smart App”, which is available for almost all systems (except Windows 7 or Linux). The advantage of the ink printer is the very good photo print quality, which, in contrast to the laser comrades, can even be borderless. The touch display on the device is quite small. A numeric keypad is only available on the touch display if it is necessary for an entry. So-called smart tasks can be used to store repetitive tasks and activate them with one click. The operation of the device itself is a bit fiddly due to the small display. The top model of the 9000 series comes with two paper cassettes and a fast original feeder with a dual duplex function. Special media, thick photo paper, or envelopes can be presented in one of the two paper cassettes. A second scan line is available for this purpose. There are no abnormalities in terms of print quality. Both text and graphics can be printed in high quality with smudge-proof results on normal paper. There are only problems with, particularly fine details. For normal requirements, even photo printing should be sufficient – these can also be output without borders, from postcard format to A4. While competitors offer similarly powerful printers with ink tanks, HP OfficeJet Pro 9022e relies fully on conventional cartridges. The range could be a little higher and the follow-up costs a little lower. However, the test results are within a moderate range. The “Instant Ink” subscription is cheaper, especially if you print a lot in color. When installing the printer using the “Smart App”, which is forced by HP, you should carefully consider whether you are participating in the “HP+” program. If you agree to this, you commit (irrevocably) to the permanent use of the original ink and have to keep the HP OfficeJet Pro 9022e device online in the meantime. However, offline phases of more than two weeks were no reason to stop the printer – there were, however, a few warnings. There are also some models without the “e” in stores. These cannot currently be operated with “HP+” and can generally be used without its restrictions.
Download HP OfficeJet Pro 9022e Manual Instructions
Before downloading the manual, refer to the following operating systems to make sure the HP OfficeJet Pro 9022e printer is compatible with your PC or Mac to avoid when installation, installing the driver or using the printer.
Download HP OfficeJet Pro 9022e User Guide and Setup Poster
The “e” series of HP printers is an additional package of Exclusive, concierge support for HP+ printers. Overall, the manual provided is the same as the regular series and worked on both series (The OfficeJet Pro 9022 and OfficeJet Pro 9022e). The manual below includes a User Guide to teach the user how to use the printer and a Setup Poster to guide you on how to install the printer hardware.
HP OfficeJet Pro 9022e User Guide
File size: 4.26MB
HP OfficeJet Pro 9022e Setup Poster
File size: 1.32MB
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To conclude, Because in terms of equipment, the HP OfficeJet Pro 9022e ink all-in-one does not need to fear the laser competition in this class. A big plus point was the paper management with two paper trays for 250 sheets of plain paper each for different types of paper. Duplex printing and two-sided scanning via the ADF in one pass are available as well as a fax or a web interface for the admin. All HP OfficeJet Pro 9022e Manuals available for download through the website owned and operated by HP Manual are copyrighted by HP Official or one of the third-party of HP official vendors. customer agrees to the applicable license or other agreement between HP or a third-party vendor and the customer.