HP updates the new Omen 17 gaming laptop with the latest chips from Intel and NVIDIA


    HP unveiled the updated Omen 17 gaming laptop and desktop series ahead of the 2018 CES 2023, adding the latest components from Intel and NVIDIA, but without changing the design of the devices.

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    The Omen 17 is the first computer that was built for gaming now and only a limited time. The new processor is the 24-core Core i9-13900HX and 16-core Core i7-13700HX. The manufacturer also said that Omen 17 will be equipped with latest mobile graphics cards from NVIDIA, but didn’t specify the models. Ideally the older configuration will offer a RTX 4090 or at least a RTX 4080.

    The Omen 17 is built up of 512 GB and 2TB. There are two SSDs with 512 GB capacity each. The Core i9 laptops have 32GB of dDR5-5600 storage, while the Core i7 has DDR5-4800 storage.

    This laptop is equipped with a 17.3-inch display with 16:9 aspect ratio. With an upbeat of 144 Hz, the display comes with a 60Hz refresh rate. There are also options: a resolution of 2560 1440 pixels and a video refresh rate of 165 and 240 Hz.

    The Omen 17 will be the first laptop by which HP has an opto-mechanical keyboard for faster gaming.

    Two new HP gaming machines are presented in three sizes: 25, 40, 45, 40, 45. The last two larger models have new graphics capabilities such as NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4080 and RTX 4090.

    All model models come with 13th Gen Intel Core mobile processors: the Omen 25L model – Core i5-13400 to Core i7-13700 (aircooled) or the liquid-cooled Core i5-13600K with 120-mm radiator. The models Oen 40 and 45 are available in the form of chips up to Core i9-13900K and KF.

    The Omen Gaming Hub platform is said to be backed by NVIDIAs GeForce Now service, which HP will use to promote game streaming both on its gaming and work devices.

    The HP Omen 17 laptop will go on sale for $1,699.99 from January to December, with the updated Omen desktops starting in the winter. The price will soon be known.

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