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HP unveils new gaming laptops and PC

To entice gamers, HP launched the OMEN 16 and 17 gaming laptops on Friday, along with the OMEN 25i gaming display and group gaming through the OMEN OASIS4 Beta mode in the OMEN Gaming Hub5.

Additionally, the firm unveiled Victus by HP, the next-generation mainstream gaming PC line, which includes a 16-inch laptop.

OMEN 16 will be priced at Rs. 1049.99, while OMEN 17 will be priced at $1,369.99. Victus by HP 16 will be available for $799.99.

“Our relentless emphasis with gaming is on developing groundbreaking innovations that advance the medium for all consumers, whether they be OMEN enthusiasts or beginners to this burgeoning and constantly exciting business,” Judy Johnson, Director of Gaming and Esports at HP Inc, said in a tweet.

“We’re offering a compelling entry point for those involved in gaming with Victus through HP, as well as improved power and performance with fresh improvements to our OMEN and OASIS lineups., a new functionality for OMEN Gaming Hub that optimises gameplay streaming whilst bringing people together,” Johnson said.

For the first time on OMEN Laptops, witness colour accurate low blue light with TUVRheinlan’s Eyesafe monitor certification18 to keep eyes refreshed during prolonged gaming sessions.

The bright graphics continue to the keyboard, which features up to per-key RGB lighting and integration with the OMEN Gaming Hub Light Studio to create a look that complements every gaming setup style.

According to the manufacturer, both laptops feature a keyboard surface made of recycled aluminium, speaker boxes made of a mixture of post-consumer recycled and ocean-bound plastic, and keycaps made of recycled plastic.

According to the brand, HP’s next-generation gaming portfolio is built to keep both seasoned gamers and enthusiast adventurers amused, linked, and inspired to advance in their favourite sports.

Victus by HP 16 is scheduled to be available in June at a starting price of $799.99 from and other retailers.

OMEN 25i Gaming Monitor is scheduled to be available in July for $349.99 at and other retailers.

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Written by Ankur J Kakoti


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