Conclusion: Granted, the Officejet Pro 8620 e-All-in-One has been around a little longer than some other high-volume inkjets. (We've reviewing it here some months after its release.) But as competing models go, this one and the other Officejet 8600-series MFPs have held up under the 2014 onslaught of competing...
Pros: Good print, copy, and scan quality, Wide support for cloud-based and mobile-device printing, High-capacity auto-duplexing ADF, High-volume ("XL") ink cartridges enable low cost per page
Cons: Just one paper tray, with no override slot for specialty media, No support for camera memory cards (or PictBridge USB), Officejet Pro 8630 will be a better value for many small-biz buyers
Excerpt: Ignore the word “office” in the name for a second. Yes, HP’s Officejet Pro 8620 e-All-in-One ($300 MSRP, but we’ve seen street prices as low as $200) is meant to be a capable four-function (print, copy, scan, fax) multifunction inkjet for small offices, but it’s also a perfect choice for a family...
Conclusion: The HP OfficeJet Pro 8620 e-All-in-One Printer is a moderately sized printer, scanner and all around useful office e-device. Taken into account with the Instant Ink service, the sum of its parts is well worth the cost of the whole.
Pros: LCD control panel. Color phone/Internet faxing
Cons: Must use HP approved ink cartridges for Instant Ink
Summary: A low-cost inkjet MFP with useful features, good colour output and laser-trouncing running costs. You might not expect low-cost inkjets to hold much appeal for businesses, but HP’s Officejet Pro 8620 turns that perception on its head.