HP unveiled its new omen and a range of pavilion gaming hardware at Gamescom 2019 running in Cologne, Germany. The list of new gaming hardware, including the Omen X27 display, as well as the new Pavilion desktop and HP’s first AMD-powered Pavilion Gaming 15 laptop. The company also launched its Omen Mindframe Prime Headset and Omen Encoder Keyboard. In addition, a new Omen Command Center designed to offer gamers a central gaming hub has also been released which can be accessed through any Windows 10 PC through the Windows Store.
The star announcement at the HP event was the launch of the new Pavilion Gaming 15 laptop that comes with an AMD Risen 7 processor, paired with the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1660 Ti and Max-Q design. The gaming laptop has an angular black chassis and full-HD display with 144Hz and 60Hz refresh rate options.
HP has provided a dual-fan design on the latest Pavilion Gaming 15 models with wider rear corner vents and increased air inlets that are all deferred to help deliver maximum airflow. The machine also has a Wi-Fi 5 option. HP also unveiled its Intel-powered Pavilion Gaming 15 laptop earlier this year.
The new Pavilion Gaming 15 laptop will go on sale from September with a starting price of $ 799.99 (about Rs 57,400).
For desktop gamers, HP introduced the new Pavilion Gaming Desktop, which features a 15L design with expansion slots for three storage drives. There is also DIY upgradeability for memory, graphics cards, network cards, and Wi-Fi cards.
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HP Pavilion Gaming Desktop comes with 15L design
The latest Pavilion gaming desktop features CPU options for the ninth-generation Intel Core i7 or third-generation AMD Raizen 7 processors, built with up to 32GB of DDR4, along with graphics from the Nvidia Giaferts RTX 2070 and the latest Geforce RTX60 Super is. RAM.
The new Pavilion Gaming Desktop will be available to purchase from August with an initial price of $ 699.99 (approximately Rs 50,100).
HP also showcased its new Omen X27 display that comes as a Quad HD (2560×1440 pixels) panel with high dynamic range (HDR) and DCI P3 90 percent color gamut. The display also supports a refresh rate of 240Hz with a 1ms response time. In addition, it is AMD Radeon FreeSync 2 HDR certified.
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HP Omen X27 has DCI P3 90 percent color gamut
The Omen X27 display will go on sale from September with a starting price of Rs. $ 649.99 (about Rs. 46,600).
In terms of other key accessories that HP announced at Gamescom 2019 is the Omen Mindframe Prime headset which features active cooling through Frostcap technology and 7.1 surround sound powered by C-Media Xair. The headset also has an environmental noise (ENC) microphone to block ambient sound.
The Omen Mindframe Prime Headset will be available in Europe with a starting price of Euro 199.99 (approximately Rs 15,900).
HP also unveiled the new Omen Encoder keyboard with Cherry MX Red and Cherry MX Brown switch options. The company claims that the keyboard comes with 100 percent anti-ghosting using N-key rollover and the all-new Omen Command command integration.
The Omen Command Center in particular is designed to provide gamers a central location where they can earn rewards and learn about new gaming strategies and skills. The center also includes a My Games feature to allow gamers to manage their devices and access their game library from one location. There is a new profile feature that enables gamers to create game-based profiles. In addition, the Command Center supports the Omen Sequencer Keyboard and Photon Mouse.
Details regarding the new launch of the new omen and pavilion hardware have not yet been revealed. However, Omen Command Center is already available for download on Windows 10 PCs