Multifunction Printer Review: HP Officejet Pro 8500A Plus
22 November 2010
Conclusion: Is the HP Officejet Pro 8500A Plus e-All-in-One going to meet every potential user's needs? Of course not ... but then no such device ever could. While we'd personally prefer having a second tray and would likely choose to spend $70 more for the 8500A Premium, it's nice to have both options available. At the end of the day, it's always going to come down to what your specific needs are.
HP Officejet Pro 8500A Plus review: This inkjet printer from HP produces A4 documents and photos quickly
Good Gear Guide.au
7 July 2011
Summary: HP's Web-enabled applications platform doesn't offer much in the way of extra value for business users at the moment, but as a medium-volume document printer the HP Officejet Pro 8500A Plus is a good choice nonetheless. This inkjet multifunction printer is also able to print high quality A4 photos, albeit slowly.
Pros: Fast draft printing, high quality Normal mode, good paper tray size and feeding options
Excerpt: HP's Officejet range is built for those who need fast printers. A. HP Photosmart does a better job of high-end photo printing (but as our tests proved, the Officejet is no slouch as an image printer), but if you plan to print large documents or share it in a small office environment where people do a lot of printing, you really need an Officejet.
Excerpt: This printer is very big and takes up a lot of space. There is no USB cable supplied – you use a wireless connection to your computer. We printed the same 5-page document on all the printers and times were the fastest with this printer. In addition, copying a picture in colour and text in black and white and colour gave the fastest times. Printing a draft copy gave the best results with this printer.