HP’s Omen X fully overclockable gaming laptop is a true monster
HP launched a brand new laptop for gamers under the Omen brand. This is not the very first gaming laptop from HP, but it sure is the more potent.
The Omen X gaming laptop specs and features
The powerful laptop is built for hardcore gaming on the go, and it comprises all the necessary latest tech starting with the memory and finishing up with the CPU.
The laptop comes with a big 17-inch 4K display with the device and HP also provides another option which is a 1080p variant that features a much better refresh rate of 120Hz. Both models support Nvidia’s G-Sync. Regarding the processor, HP packed Intel’s 7th gen Core i7 processors and the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 for the graphics card.
The Omen X laptop comes with a mechanical keyboard with a 2.5mm key travel which should be ideal for most gamers.
One essential difference that the HP laptop features, compared to other gaming laptops that have been launched in the past, is the fact that the company tries to grab gamers’ attention especially those who like upgrading their gear from time to time.
The Omen X gaming laptop comes with a see-through panel on the back which will allow gamers to swap out the HDD, SSD or the RAM much easier without needing to open up the whole device.
All in all, Omen X gaming laptop looks like a fantastic start to HP’s new line of gaming laptops. The laptop doesn’t come with a low price, of course, but this is not a surprise considering all its features. The entry level variant of the Omen X is $2,199, and you will be able to purchase it starting this fall.
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