HP launches ‘OMEN’ range of gaming laptops, desktop, and accessories in India with fresh models for 2k17 that begins at the rate of Rs. 79,990. The new gadgets consist of two laptops and one desktop, along with a number of new gaming accessories. Both the new Omen desktop and laptops will be available after 15th of March on online and offline retails.
The laptops will arrive in 17.3-inch and 15.6-inch screen sizes. The 15-inch OMEN gaming laptop has a Full HD 1,920 x 1,080 display. The refresh comes in the form of new Pascal-based NVIDIA 1050 GeForce GTX graphic card. The laptop will support hybrid storage, 1TB Hard Disk paired with 128GB SSD. Also, both the laptops consist of premium Bang & Olufsen audio with dual speakers with an ‘Audio Boost’ mode.
These gaming laptops run Windows 10 Home OS (64-bit version) and are powered by the latest 7th generation Intel ‘Kaby Lake’ Core i5/i7 quad-core processors out of the box.
The OMEN desktop features NVIDIA 1060 GeForce GTX graphic card, Intel seventh-generation quad-core i7-7700HQ processor, and standard dual Storage of 2TB Hard Disk and 128GB SSD.Naturally, since it’s a gaming machine, the Omen Desktop will also have glowing LEDs. These will, unluckily, not be seen while in VR.
The 15.6-inch model will be made available in three variants – 1HQ29PA, 1HQ30PA, and 1HQ31PA at Rs. 79,990, Rs. 99,990 and Rs. 1,09,990 respectively. The 17.3-inch screen model will be made available in two variants – 1HQ36PA and 1HQ37PA at Rs. 1,39,990 and Rs. 1,69,990.
The HP Omen steel series Keyboard with macro keys and 5-zone lighting will be made available at Rs. 9,999 while the Omen gaming headset and mouse at Rs. 7,499 and Rs. 5,499 respectively. The mouse pad is priced at Rs. 2,199.
Just to recap, HP first announced the Omen series in 2014 when it started the 15.6-inch Omen laptop made especially for the gamers. The laptop arrived in India in May 2015 priced at Rs. 1,59,990.
Do you think Omen By HP can give a good fight to other gaming brands – Dell Alienware and ASUS Republic of Gamers (ROG)? Tell us in the comments!