Performance & Round Up
The HP Deskjet Ink Advantage 5525 manages to blaze through our print tests easily. It managed to keep its 22 ppm print speed for monochrome and 21 ppm for colour. While the print details are average, they are acceptable. It won’t be as detailed as the Laserjets from HP, but the detail on each character on the printed document were smooth, especially when you print it using the normal print option. Fast draft mode printing will be faster, but there will be less detail.
The HP Deskjet Ink Advantage 5525 performs well on photo prints. Using normal glossy photo paper, we printed some shots taken with a professional camera along with ones that we took using a Nokia Lumia 920. The results were great, with colours being minimal and not oversaturated.
Setting up the HP Deskjet Ink Advantage 5525, whether wired or wireless was no hassle at all. For you to be able to use HP ePrint, you would have to register and configure the printer over a wireless connection. Once setup, you can easily assign an email address to the printer and it will start printing right away – wherever you may be.
The HP Deskjet Ink Advantage 5525 is a printer, which basically gives what it offers. For 469 AED (127 USD) it is truly an affordable all-in-one printer. It prints, it scans and it copies without ever having to turn on a computer. The added wireless capabilities and HP ePrint technology make it an ideal printer suitable for home or even for office use.