HP has just disembarked in full 2019 with a series of renewed products focused on gaming at the highest level, where they stand out above all OMEN laptops , which come loaded with new features ( RTX, double screen etc.). In addition, they have introduced a new monitor of 24.5 inches with G-Sync and 240 Hz , along with two mats with wireless charging Qi and RGB.
HP OMEN X 2S: the interactive dual display reaches your laptops
The most outstanding of all the presentations has been its renewed OMEN X 2S laptop , which replaces the original OMEN X. The most outstanding feature of this laptop is the inclusion of a dual screen system , where apart from the main screen of 15 inches we will have another six with a resolution of 1080p and is focused on offering more information to the user.
Whether in the game or for any other task: monitoring, YouTube, Twitch etc … where the main task is to improve our game in gaming, since it can reflect part of the main screen when we play a game, reproducing elements of the game. interface like maps or skills.
As if that were not enough, its technical characteristics are really infarct, since it will be able to house a ninety-generation Intel Core i9 processor (without specifying model), up to 32 GB of RAM and 2 TB of SSD , which together with an NVIDIA RTX 2080 Mobile will allow us to play any game at a resolution that will depend on our choice at the time of purchase. And is that HP will offer this OMEN X 2S with a 1080p screen with options between 144 and 240 Hz or instead a 4K screen with 60 Hz, all with G-Sync .
As differentiating details, the mouse pad has been moved to the right, leaving a space closer to the keys, which will come with RGB backlighting . To make matters worse, this OMEN X 2S will come home with Thermal Grizzly Conductonaut in the processor, ensuring the best temperatures as standard. Finally, it will arrive at the end of May at a price of 2100 dollars.
HP OMEN 15 and 17: update in a big way
The HP OMEN 15 and OMEN 17 have also received their growth rate based on a new series of processors and graphics cards, where, like their older brother, they will integrate Core i9 CPUs of the H series and some RTX 2080s in the Max-Q version. , where the differences with the 2S lie in greater storage support, as they will be able to include up to 3 TB in the highest-end model.
The 15-inch model now has a thinner thickness ( 20 mm ) by which the thermal design has had to be renewed to keep temperatures at bay, a factor that has also been used to renew the 17-inch model . Thus, now they have better openings to cool the components and a new system of fins that improves the passage of air through them.
Like its more powerful version OMEN X 2S, the available screen options go through 1080p at 144 Hz and 240 Hz or 4K at 60 Hz , where the G-Sync will dominate in all cases. Another common feature among them is the fact that they have 4 RGB zones , which are customizable.
The arrival date for these Omen 15 and Omen 17 is stipulated in June at prices of 1050 and 1100 dollars respectively.
HP OMEN Photon and Outpost, two new gaming mouse mats with Qi wireless charging
To make matters worse, HP has launched an environmental lighting effect that can be adjusted according to what is represented on the screen, improving eye fatigue with it. On its connectivity, we will find an HDMI 1.4 and a DisplayPort 1.2 together with two USB 3.0 ports and a 3.5 mm jack .
As a detail, we will have a hook to hang the headphones on its back. The OMEN X 25 is expected to be available from September 1 for a price of $ 550 in its G-Syncversion , while the FreeSync version will be called OMEN X 25F and will come at a price lower than the version of NVIDIA, specifically at $ 450.