A few new gaming laptops from HP have just been released for the Indian market. These models, which include new OMEN and Victus models, have been introduced in two of its gaming notebook lineups. Let’s have a look, then.
OMEN 16 & OMEN 17
The display is the main difference between the two laptop models in the OMEN series, which both have comparable characteristics. The OMEN 17 has a larger 17.3-inch panel than the OMEN 16, which has a 16.1-inch screen. The PC manufacturer has not yet revealed the processors that drive these machines but has stated that they are 12th Generation Intel CPUs. The company also stated that the OMEN 16 and OMEN 17 will have AMD Radeos RX 6650M GPUs for the team red option and up to an RTX 3070 Ti and RTX 3080 Ti GPUs for the Nvidia alternatives.
The company’s storage options include up to 2TB of Gen4 SSD storage and up to 32GB of DDR5 RAM. Notably, both laptops feature quad HD resolution and 165Hz refresh rates. With the new laptops, HP has also placed a focus on cooling, introducing additional heat pipes and outflow vents to help the notebooks stay cool when performing strenuous tasks like gaming.
Victus 15 & Victus 16
The business has also introduced the new Vitus 15 and Victus 16 models in India for the other gaming laptop series. The former has a larger 16.1 inch panel while the latter has a smaller 15.6 inch display, as the name would imply. Both have FHD resolution, but only the older sister has a high refresh rate of 144Hz. A 12th generation Intel i5 or i7 CPU and a GPU up to the size of an RTX 3050 Ti will also power the Victus 15.
The Victus 16 has a Ryzen 7 6800H CPU and an RTX 3050 Ti GPU, in contrast. The Victus 15’s storage setup is unclear, although the 16-inch model is known to support up to 32GB of DDR5 RAM and 512GB of SSD storage. Additionally, a new heat management technology that is intended to improve cooling performance will be included.
OMEN Desktop PCs
New HP OMEN desktop PCs have also been introduced by HP. This contains the brand-new OMEN models 45L, 40L, and 25L. Each of them has a 12th generation Intel Core i7-12700F processor and up to an RTX 3080 GPU. The desktop gaming computers will also come with up to 32GB of DDR4 RAM and 1TB of SSD storage for storage. Additionally, these desktops come with a “Cyro” cooling chamber for ambient air-based cooling technology. The glass cabinet of the Cyro allows tool-free access and full RGB control. A PSU of up to 800W will also be included in these PCs.
Victus 15L Desktop PC
The Victus 15L desktop gaming PC was the most recent item to be revealed. Either the AMD Ryzen 7 5700G or the 12th generation Intel Core i7-12700F CPU is an option for this PC. It is combined with an Nvidia RTX 3060 Ti GPU for graphics. According to HP, in addition to “extensive” customization options, the new desktop lineup will also allow for future PC component upgrades.
Pricing & Availability
On the company’s official website, the OMEN 16 laptop may be purchased for as little as 1,09,999 INR (around 1,400 USD). The MOEN 17 is scheduled to debut in August 2022, with prices beginning at 1,99,999 Indian rupees (roughly 2,555 US Dollars). The Victus 15 is the least expensive of the new gaming laptops at 67,999 INR (approximately 869 US Dollars), and it will go on sale next month.
However, the Victus 16 is currently available for purchase and is priced at 84,999 INR (roughly 1,085 US Dollars). Last but not least, the Victus 15L model, which is also currently on sale, has a starting price of 93,999 INR while the OMEN PCs are currently on sale and start at 1,49,999 INR (approximately 1,915 US Dollars) (roughly 1,200 US Dollars).