For those of you with pressure cookers that have PSI settings of less than 10, preferrably closer to 5, you can cook fresh eggs to hard cooked in 6 min. and have fresh eggs peel very easily. They need to be up on a rack and separated from one another. Add 1 cup water to cooker and cool naturally. If you want soft cooked, cook 3 min. and cool immediately. Medium cooked, 5 min., cool immediately.
I think electric cookers need to use the veggie setting.
The only reason I see to pressure cook eggs is to make them extremely easy to peel. If you have older eggs on hand, they usually peel just fine, but if you just got them from under the hens, they aren't going to peel with the regular methods of cooking. The goal of pressure cooking is to make them easy to peel.
Why would anybody want to use a pressure cooker to do boiled eggs ??? Bring water & a tad bit of vinegar to boil drop in eggs and 3.5 minutes they are ready to eat, 8 minutes and they are ready to dip in cold water and put away in fridge hard boiled. It would take longer to bring the pressure cooker up to pressure. JMHO