A notebook of 17 inches to play? It seems that is the only field where computers are being left alive of that size because these products can create relatively easy solutions to transport, with plenty of power and built -in screen. Something many players level value by the possibility of taking teams to different local battles.
The computer cuboids of HP is not the only thing that the American company had to teach this morning, this laptop is also frightening size and specifications, and as we advance, is designed to play. We are obviously before another Omen product family.
Its full name is HP Omen, and has different configurations, which differ mainly by the chosen screen – the appearance is almost the same – all with anti -glare treatment:
- 15.6-inch Full HD resolution
- 15.6-inch UHD resolution (3840×2160 pixels)
- 17.3-inch Full HD resolution
- 17.3-inch UHD resolution (3840×2160 pixels)
Nvidia GTX graphics
As the screens, there are plenty of options to choose from, ranging from Core i3 to i7 processors, or 4 to 16GB of RAM, to a 512GB SSD. Prices start at US $900, but to leave the Omen 17 must pay $1600.
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The most interesting of the equipment, and what looks like a standard this week, is the presence of the new graphics for notebooks Nvidia, namely a GeForce 1070 GTX with 8GB of memory for her own. It looks like it will also be presented as an option to the “small” GTX 1060.
It will be difficult to keep alive a long time to a computer with these specifications, but HP says no battery to feed about five hours (do not know what particular version refers).
Ended with minor but interesting details for many: Camera HP Wide Vision HD with two microphones for noise cancellation, signed by speaker Bang & Olufsen, full -size keyboard – Alphanumeric, also in 15 inches – with striking backlit, three USB 3.1 ports, and Ethernet port.