The new HP laptops include the Omen 16 and Victus’ middle tier line
HP is giving its laptops a resting-place laptop, and this time it is attracting players who can’t guarantee its value high-end machines. The PC developer has launched a new line of Victus among midfielders who want to do better than the Pavilion Games series while still maintaining a budget. The first machine, the Victus 16, comes with up to 16-inch quad HD 165Hz graphics and powerful fighters that include Group of 11th gen i7 or Ryzen 7 5800H, up to 1TB PCIe Gen4 SSD with graphics options like GeForce RTX 3060 or Radeon RX 5500M. You’ll also find four hot water coolers.
The price, of course, is the real dung. HP will sell Victus 16 starting in June for $ 800 on the AMD model, and $ 850 for its Intel counterpart. The company wants it Dell’s G series, Lenovo’s IdeaPad Gaming line and other laptops in the $ 900 range.
You have many options if you want to be flexible. HP has launched its first 16-inch Omen, Omen 16 (below). It is known to be the biggest change on the Omen 15 with the largest 83Whr battery (starting at 52.5Whr) and the most advanced fans that convert air conditioning. You will also select 11th-gen Core i7 processors or AMD Ryzen 9 5900HX, graphics options such as the GeForce RTX 3070, and storage that can include two 1TB SSDs on the RAID line.
Omen 16 relaunches in June, starting at $ 1,050 with an AMD CPU or $ 1,150 with an Intel chip.
And yes, there is the opportunity to choose free varieties. The modified Omen 17 also features powerful cooling and functionality like the 11th-gen Core i9 (sorry, no AMD here) and GeForce RTX 3080 graphics. It will be available in June starting at $ 1,370.
HP rounds things up with a 24.5-inch Omen 25i Gaming Monitor (bottom) that promises a little bit of gaming. A 165Hz refresh rate, 1ms pixel response time and support for FreeSync / G-Sync is expected, but it is also the first time in the HP game with blue light to reduce eyestrain. You’ll also find a “Global” Game Testing System that intelligently helps to visualize what looks like a computer PC and entertain the game. The screen promises high quality with IPS band, 8-bit true color and support for DisplayHDR 400.
The Omen 25i will arrive last for the group, shipping in July starting at $ 350.
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