HP Omen 15 Specifications And Details

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Soon after the introduction of the 10th-gen Intel processor, we could able to see that many laptops manufacturing companies are developing gaming laptops. Before few weeks, Redmi made an announcement about their gaming laptop, which had a higher-end configuration that adapts the basic features that are required for the gamers. Following Redmi, HP has also recently made an announcement about their upcoming gaming laptop. Gaming laptops basically needs a hardcore specification along with the powerful processor to manage the HD visual and inputs. HP is known for producing pavilion laptops, which are used mostly for coding and other general purposes, along with these updates, the company has also revealed their flagship laptops series Omen. The last version of the gaming laptop released by HP a few years performed well.

The company has claimed that Omen is one of the most portable gaming notebooks that’s ever made. Based on the design analysis, it doesn’t sound good. There are many other gaming laptops that have emerged with great design work perfectly suited for gaming. HP does have introduces many unique designs earlier in their Pavillion series, which was branded that it can be both used for the normal purposes also can be used for hardcore gaming. Their theme behind developing the laptop doesn’t create an expected response. It clear to everyone that you can’t have the same laptop for both purposes. Each purpose needs different specifications and features. HP Omen 15 looks to have a flamboyant design with hardcore features and specifications. Let’s have a more detailed analysis of the HPs gaming laptop.

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On the first impression, the laptop looks quite great with the black finish which gets a highlight of the new shiny diamond logo on the lid. Like any other gaming laptop, it doesn’t have flashy RGB lights but comes with a well-toned finish. HP has made its mind stand out when compared with the other higher-end laptops by choosing to settle done much lower than what’s expected. The lower bottom of the laptop has a  metal finish along with the ‘O15’ branding. The logo provided in the bottom looks different from what’s available in the front. This has reduced the grip of the laptop considerably. The monitor part of the laptops comes with the 180-degree flat hinge, which doesn’t make much sense for the purpose it’s built. The laptop has a three-sided narrow bezel to make the display protective while using. The display of the laptop has a Full-HD resolution, which gets a 300Hz of refresh rate.

As disclosed earlier, laptops get a 10th-gen Intel Core i7-10750H processor, which clocks at 2.6GHz. It gets 16GB of DDR4-2933 RAM and 1TB  SSD storage. Storage provided has a faster processing speed while accessing data from the laptop. The graphical card is one of the expected features in the gaming laptop, and HP has introduced Nvidia GeForce RTX 2070 GPU. One of the variants which personally gone through had a GeForce GTX 1650Ti with 4GB VRAM. Laptops perform remarkable well during the real-time operations and give a butter slide experience even while handling high-end games. Along with the laptop, there are few additional accessories introduced to make it more interesting.  X1000 gaming headset and the Omen Vector gaming mouse are the additional hardware components. X1000 is claimed to be the company’s first wireless headset which has a 2.4 GHz, it has a 7.1 virtual surround sound which gets enhanced connectivity that adapts for PC, PlayStations, and the Nintendo Switch dock.