HP held a presentation of products for gamers in the brand’s Omen. The main novelty was the upgraded laptop Omen 15, became the most compact in the lineup. Besides it was presented to 16-inch Gaming Pavilion 16 and a few accessories.
HP Omen 15 is equipped with a 15.6-inch display with a thin framework, allowing the manufacturer and managed to minimize the dimensions of the laptop. Depending on the configuration in the laptop can be installed OLED-matrix with a resolution of UHD and a refresh rate of 120 Hz or Full HD at 300 Hz.
Maximum modification laptop uses an Intel Core i7 H-series tenth generation or AMD 7 Ryzen H-series. The graphics is NVIDIA ® GeForce ® RTX 2070 Super Max-Q. RAM DDR4-memory is up to 32 GB and the storage is represented by one PCIe SSD 1 TB or two PCIe SSDS combined into RAID 0. For HP note that the memory is easy to upgrade.
HP Omen 15 is the first gaming laptop with a special infrared sensor that tracks the temperature of all components. This allows the system to properly allocate power depending on the selected mode of operation, heating components and many other factors. All this should lead to more efficient operation of the device. In addition, the manufacturer has circulated a cooling system, increasing 62% air flow compared to the predecessor. As a result, HP claims about CPU performance level of desktop computers.
The price of the new HP Omen 15 starts at $1000 for the best available version with Intel Core i5-10300H, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 (4 GB), 8 GB RAM, SSD of 256 GB and a screen with Full HD resolution and 300-NIT brightness. Same is the version with the AMD Ryzen 5 4600H, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 Ti (4 GB), 8 GB RAM, SSD of 256 GB and a screen with Full HD resolution and a brightness of 250 nits.
HP Pavilion Gaming 16
HP Pavilion Gaming 16 size comparable to last year’s 15.6-inch Pavilion 15 Gaming, but instead he is 16.1-inch IPS screen. The display resolution is Full HD at a refresh rate to 144 Hz and a brightness of 300 nits. The laptop is equipped with up to Intel Core i7 tenth generation, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 2060 Max-Q, 12 GB RAM, 1 TB HDD SATA and NVMe SSD to 256 GB.
Pavilion Gaming 16 will go on sale in June at a price of $800.
In addition to the laptops HP has introduced several gaming accessories. Among them is a curved 24-inch monitor HP X24c with Full HD resolution, a refresh rate of 144 Hz and support for FreeSync Premium $250; Omen mouse Vector Mouse Vector Mouse and Essential for $30 and $50, respectively; HP X1000 wireless headset Wireless Gaming Headset with virtual 7.1-channel surround sound for $100 and a sound system Gaming Speakers HP X1000, consisting of two 6-watt speakers, and subwoofer for $100.