HP has now launched three new gaming laptops: Omen 16 and Omen 17 as well as the brand new venture Victus.
Both Omen laptops have a QHD, 165 Hz, ips panel with 3 ms response time and 100 percent sRGB. The monitor also has Eyesafe certification so it is gentle on the eyes during long sessions. The keyboards are backlit and have RGB lighting.
The cooling uses Omen Tempest Cooling Technology with Dynamic Power, Omen Gaming Hubs Performance Control and Undervolting which promises to maximize the computer’s airflow and performance and increase the battery capacity from 52.3 to 83 Whr. This should provide up to about nine hours of battery life.
The laptops are said to have easy access to memory and storage which makes them easy to upgrade with a new ssd or memory module. They also have wifi 6e and a Thunderbolt 3 port.
The Omen 16 comes with up to Nvidia Geforce RTX 3070 8 gigabytes or “next generation AMD graphics”. The processor is up to an Intel Core i7-11800H or AMD Ryzen 5900HX. The memory is up to 32 gigabytes ddr4 3200 MHz and the storage up to 1 terabyte PCIe Gen 4×4 ssd or two 1 terabyte PCIe ssd devices that support Raid 0.
Omen 17 comes with up to Nvidida Geforce RTX 3080 with 16 gigabytes ddr6, Intel Core i9-11900H, memory up to 32 gigabytes ddr4 3200 MHz, 1 terabyte PCIe Gen 4×4 ssd or two 1 terabyte PCIe ssd devices that support Raid 0.
The all-new 16-inch Victus is the same size as many 15-inch models and the screen has up to QHD resolution with 165 Hz image update and support for Eyesafe. The laptop can have up to Nvidia Geforce RTX 3060 6 gigabytes or Amd Radeon RX 5500M and Intel Core i7-11800H or Amd Ryzen 7 5800H and up to 32 gigabytes ddr4 3200 MHz memory.
Omen 16 costs from around SEK 14,999 while Omen 17 costs from around SEK 21,999 and Victus by HP 16 from around SEK 11,999. All laptops are expected to be released in July.