Major PC brands are revamping their gaming laptops, and HP doesn’t want to be left out. There are two new portable play devices with a redesign of the Omen 15..
The new 15.6-inch system (above) is easier to carry than its predecessor thanks to an 11 percent thinner and 8 percent shorter case, but should not be accelerated or closed become loud.Pavilion Gaming 16, HP claims this is the first gaming laptop with an IR thermopile sensor that offers “stable, yet quiet” fan control that more effectively squeezes the heat out of large vents. You don’t have to hurry to put on headphones to hear your games.
The device is equipped with 10th generation Intel Core processors (up to the Core i7 H series) or the Ryzen 7 4800H from AMD with up to 32 GB RAM as well as up to two PCIe SSDs and display options with a 300 Hz 1080p -LCD or an available device equipped 4K AMOLED screen. The originally announced AMD models are limited to medium-sized GTX 1660 Ti graphics. However, with Max-Q graphics you can access Intel-based variants with up to RTX 2070 Super. HP promises a battery life of up to 12.5 hours, although we would certainly not expect it to last as long when playing.
Both the AMD and Intel-based Omen 15 systems are available now at Best Buy and HP for a starting price of $ 1,000. The Pavilion Gaming 16 will ship sometime in late June to make swallowing $ 800 easier. This includes two drivers, an inline microphone, and a flat cable for $ 50. They are available now in Europe, although HP has not detailed the availability in the United States.
Source : Engadget