HP brings top end gaming PCs, laptops to NZ

The new products extend HP’s unified gaming portfolio

HP New Zealand has launched a new suite of gaming PCs — the OMEN X Desktop, OMEN 15 and 17 Laptop — designed, it says, specifically for those who demand the ultimate, immersive gaming experience. It has also introduced a range of accessories from SteelSeries.

The new products extend HP’s unified gaming portfolio, announced in May, and are claimed to maximise gaming performance per dollar, and to be “overbuilt and over-engineered … to deliver bold innovation for gaming customers.”

The OMEN X has dual NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 and up to dual AMD RadeonR9 Fury X graphics processors. The OMEN 15 and 17 Laptops include the latest NVIDIA GeForce GTX graphics.

According to HPE, “The sixth generation Intel Core i5/i7 processor with overclocking capability paired with a VR-ready GPU will enable flawless Virtual Reality (VR) and immersive 4K experiences for even the most demanding AAA games.”

HP also claims “revolutionary thermal management [that] includes a tri-chamber design to separate components and optimise thermals with dedicated cooling in each chamber.”

The OMEN X Desktop also includes support for up to three 120mm liquid cooling radiators with top mounted exhaust vents and a stand that lifts the case off the ground to help pull cool air in, allowing for maximum ventilation.

HP is collaborating with SteelSeries to introduce a line of accessories These include: headset, mouse, keyboard and mousepad.

The OMEN X Desktop is expected to be available in New Zealand in November starting from $5999. The OMEN 15 and 17 Laptops are available now from Noel Leeming, Harvey Norman and JB Hi-Fi starting from $1999.

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