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HP is laying claim to having the world's first dual screen gaming laptop with its new Omen X 2S, a 15-inch notebook with a main display up top and a smaller screen that sits above the keyboard. It is not a totally new concept—Razer tried something similar several years ago—but it is one that has some interesting utility for gamers. The Omen X 2S is bound to bring comparisons to Razer's original Blade laptop released in 2012. What initially made the Blade stand out was a secondary display powered by Razer's Switchblade UI. It was plopped to the right of the keyboard, measured 4.3 inches, and featured LCD keys along the top, somewhat similar to Apple's Touch Bar found on some Mac systems.... Read more...
Earlier today, Intel released new 8th generation Whiskey Lake-U Core i5 and Core i7 vPro processors that are geared towards the business market. Now, Hewlett-Packard is among the first OEMs to deliver new systems based on the new Whiskey Lake-U chips in the EliteBook 800 G6 and ZBook product families. EliteBook 850 G6 The EliteBook 800 G6 series is available in three screen sizes – 13-inch, 14-inch, and 15-inch – covering 830, 840 and 850 models respectively. The EliteBook 830 G6 can be equipped with up to a Core i7-8565U processor and 32GB of RAM along with up to a 2TB NVMe PCIe SSD. The 13.3-inch FHD display comes is backed by standard Intel graphics. The EliteBook... Read more...
Purchasing a powerful, good-looking gaming PC used to require a visit to a boutique PC maker or a custom-built system from a local computer shop. There was a time when you couldn’t simply walk into a Future Shop or CompUSA and pick up something roughly equivalent to a DIY gaming system. Nowadays though, PC gaming has gone mainstream, and all of the OEM major players offer ready-built systems that cater to those that may not have the desire to build their own. What if you don’t have the time or skills to build your own system, but want reputable, name-brand components and a PC that could easily be upgraded or modified down the road? That's where desktops like the HP OMEN Obelisk can... Read more...
Hewlett-Packed is putting a bit of polish on its Pavilion x360 family of 2-in-1 convertibles, which are available in 11.6-inch, 14-inch, and 15.6-inch form-factors. The new PCs will also be joined by a couple of new standalone displays. The smallest member of the family is the Pavilion x360 11, which features an 11.6-inch display (1366x768), a quad-core Intel Pentium Silver N5000 processor and 4GB of RAM, while a 128GB M.2 SSD and an available microSD slot handle all of your storage needs. The Pavilion x360 11 is all about portability, as witnessed by its relatively lightweight 2.67-lb frame. According to HP, the device can last over 10 hours on a charge. HP has included dual speakers tuned by... Read more...
At long last, NVIDIA today lifted the embargo on its GeForce GTX 1660 graphics card and the reviews have been pouring in (including our own). In short, it performs in the neighborhood of a GeForce GTX 1070 and costs $279. For those who might have been hoping for a bit more oomph, there might be a GeForce GTX 1180 on the horizon. The rumor mill never rests, it seems. Now that the GeForce GTX 1660 is official, talk of unreleased products has shifted to the GeForce GTX 1180, if only temporarily. What started the chatter is a document outlining the specs of HP's Omen Obelisk 875 series desktop PC, which references the GeForce GTX 1180 with 8GB of "dedicated" memory. Image Source: Reddit via Chief_Spike... Read more...
Earlier this week, we first introduced you to the HP Omen X Emperium 65, which is massive panel developed under NVIDIA's Big Format Gaming Display (BFGD) initiative. While it was hard not to be impressed with the Omen X Emperium 65's specs sheet, we were more enamored to actually witness this gaming goodness in the flesh. In the video below, you can see our very own Marco Chiappetta playing Battlefield V with the display -- I mean, just look at it! First of all, gaming on a display that large is simply incredible, and unlike traditional 4K televisions on the market, you aren't limited with a "lowly" 60Hz refresh rate. Instead, the Omen X Emperium 65 features a more gamer-friendly... Read more...
Remember those NVIDIA Big Format Gaming Display (BFGD) 4K HDR behemoths that were first announced back at CES 2018? While NVIDIA and its partners hoped to get products out the door sometime in 2018, the initiative was officially delayed in late August,with NVIDIA saying that products would begin shipping in 2019. Well, 2019 is here and we present to you the Hewlett-Packard Omen X Emperium. Although it's showing up a year late, the first of the massive NVIDIA-backed gaming displays looks to impress. For starters, the Omen X Emperium measures 65 inches diagonally, and is of course backed by NVIDIA G-SYNC HDR technology for fluid gameplay. Oh, and did we mention that you can crank... Read more...
Standing out in a sea of excellent laptops is tough nowadays, especially with a metal chassis being the bare minimum point of entry to the premium class. Each company offers its own unique take – Microsoft has Alcantara keyboards, Dell offers super thin screen borders and carbon fiber, Lenovo has fancy hinges and OLED displays, Apple has its touch bar, while Asus and Acer offer value propositions. So what’s a laptop brand like HP to do when faced with tough competition and a virtual sea of options for consumers? Meet the HP Spectre Folio, the company’s latest ultra-portable 2-in-1 13-inch hybrid notebook that embraces a bit of what also makes things like luxury cars great... Read more...
It's a connected world—except when it isn't. Sure, there are a zillion (well, 280 million, according to Statista) free Wi-Fi hotspots around the world, and we're all almost always tethered to some device or another. But what about those times when you need to be connected, but aren't? Perhaps when you're on the road in a remote location, when you can't find a Wi-Fi hotspot, or when it's simply inconvenient to do so. Well, that's the problem always-connected PCs aim to solve. They're machines that use the practically ubiquitous cellular network to ensure that you don't need to worry about hotspots: If you need to get online, whether for work or pleasure, just boot up and your PC automatically... Read more...
Gaming headsets are a dime a dozen these days, particularly with the explosion of eSports drawing the attention of PC peripheral companies, new and old. Be that as it may, HP figured out a way to stand out from the crowd with its new Omen Mindframe, the first audio headset to employ an active cooling solution inside each of the earcups. Say goodbye to sweaty ears, if that is something you find yourself battling against amid the throes of the frag. Before we dive into the headset, let's quickly reflect on the Omen brand. Omen is essentially a rebirth of the VoodooPC acquisition HP made more than a decade ago. VoodooPC was a popular boutique builder of premium PCs, founded by Rahul Sood, and the... Read more...
Back in early April, Hewlett-Packed launched a revamped ZBook family of professional notebooks and convertibles available with Intel 8th generation Core and Xeon processors along with NVIDIA Quadro graphics. Today, HP has announced higher-performing versions of the ZBook Studio, ZBook Studio x360, ZBook 15a and ZBook 17. All of these machines are now available with 8th generation Core processors up to a Core i9-8950HK. Xeon processors also remain an option for those that require additional horsepower. As before, systems come configured with as little as 32GB of RAM or as much as 128GB, making these the ultimate mobile workstations.  In addition to shining a light on processor... Read more...
Around this time last year, Hewlett-Packard debuted the Omen 15 and Omen 17 gaming laptops, which were powered by Intel Kaby Lake processors and your choice of NVIDIA GeForce GTX 10 Series or AMD Radeon RX 500 Series GPUs. Today, HP is delivering an update to the Omen 15 which upgrades the internals while giving the exterior a nip/tuck. On the hardware front, HP has outfitted the new Omen 15 with Intel's 8th generation processors, including the Core i7-8750H (Coffee Lake) which can Turbo Boost to 4.1GHz and has six physical cores. Up to 32GB of DDR4 memory is supported, and you have a wide variety of HDD and SSD configurations to choose from, along with hybrid solutions and Intel... Read more...
HP unveiled a handful of new business-class laptops today, all of which sport AMD Ryzen Pro mobile processors with onboard Radeon Vega graphics underneath the hood. The new offerings falls under the EliteBook 700 G5 and ProBook 600 G4 product banners, which are available in a variety of sizes and configurations. These are all premium built laptops with relatively thin and light designs. Starting with the former, HP's new EliteBook 735 G5 is a 13.3-inch laptop with a Full HD 1080p IPS display. It's offered with three different processor options, those being an AMD Ryzen 3 2300U, Ryzen 5 2500U, or Ryzen 7 2700U, along with up to 32GB of DDR4-2400 RAM. There are multiple storage options as well,... Read more...
Hewlett-Packard is cranking out a new family of ZBook mobile workstations, and as you might expect with new devices being announced this week, they are powered by Intel's newest 8th generation processors. The highlight of the family is no doubt the new ZBook Studio x360 G5, which is a convertible machine that can be optioned up with mobile Xeon power. HP is billing the ZBook Studio x360 G5 as the world's most powerful convertible PC, and there's no reason to scoff at that notion. It can be optioned up with Core i5 quad-core processors (8 threads) and Core i7 hexa-core processors (12 threads). For those that need even more muscle though, Intel's mobile Xeon processors (six cores, 12 threads) are... Read more...
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