OMEN 15, a notebook that had its chassis redesigned, to be smaller and minimalist, refers the manufacturer in a statement.
It has a new identification logo, an OMEN diamond in a gradient between blue and green. The notebook will be available in two shades: Mica Silver and Shadow Black, equipped with optional RGB lighting for each key.
Inside you will find an NVidia GeForce RTX 2070 Super, choose an Intel i7 processor from the 10th generation of the H series or AMD Ryen 7 from the H series. The notebook also has a memory capacity of up to 32 GB of DDR4 RAM. The OMEN 15 has a PCIe SSD up to 1 TB, still supporting dual SSD PCIe in RAID 0.
Its 15.6-inch monitor has a new design and introduces a 180 degree hinge, so the user can place it in the position that is most comfortable. You can choose different versions of the display, be it OLED, a 120 Hz UHD or 300 Hz FHD, as well as support for NVidia G-Sync and 4K multistream with optional Thunderbolt 3.
The model also introduces a new thermal efficiency system, using an infrared sensor, in order to maintain constant and silent acoustic control of your fan. The OMEN Tempest Cooling system promises to keep the computer cool through larger openings and a fan up to 12 V that guarantees air circulation in five directions.
The different configurations, through the update of the Command Center, allow users to maximize their productivity while consuming content, promising a hybrid configuration capable of managing the battery for a 12.5 hour autonomy.
Following the trend of other manufacturers, such as Asus, the OMEN 15 has the base with screws so that users can customize and exchange components, in a quick access to a panel dedicated to access to memory and storage.
Both models arrive in Portugal in July, with the model equipped with the Intel processor starting at 1,499 euros, while the AMD version starts at 1,099 euros.
Accompanying the notebook, HP also revealed the OMEN Vector and OMEN Vector Essential mice, equipped with PixArt sensors and an ergonomic and lightweight design. Count on OMEN Dyad headphones, the first headphone developed by the brand.
These can be customized using three hook sizes and four different points, which can be molded to the ear. The peripherals will arrive in August: the headphones will cost 49.99 euros; the OMEN Vector mouse 59.99 euros; and Vector Essential will cost 34.99 euros.
Finally, the brand also revealed the Pavilion Gaming 16, the little monster that marks the entry of the manufacturer in the 16-inch notebooks. Equally dedicated to gaming, it has a 10th generation Intel Core i7 processor and an NVidia GeForce RTX 2060 graphics. It has a 300 nits IPS screen, 1080p resolution and 144 Hz refresh rates.