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Star Wars is everywhere right now, including on this sharp-looking HP laptop, called the HP Star Wars Special Edition Notebook.

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Besides the Star Wars branding on the laptop itself, the packaging is also covered with Dark Side images.

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Inside the box, even the foam brackets that hold the laptop in place are shaped like TIE Fighters.

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Darth Vader adorns the storage box for the system's power cable. No, the power cable doesn't have any Star Wars art, sorry.

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Clearly, HP intends for collectors to hold into the box and packaging, not just the laptop itself.

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The back of the lid shows off everyone's favorite sci-fi father figure, Darth Vader.

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On the inside, there's a highly detailed set of images on the wrist rest and keyboard tray.

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The touch pad is one of the coolest parts, with a classic "Episode IV" X-Wing targeting computer display as the surface.

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Closer look at the detailing, including some Aurebesh writing. Translation, anyone?

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HP calls the whole design "battle-worn."

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The default desktop background is of Kylo Ren from "The Force Awakens," but many other Star Wars desktop images are available.

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The desktop backgrounds and image galleries are stored in the Star Wars Command Center.

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The galleries include over 1,100 images, from on-set photos to concept art to storyboards.

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Of course, most of the standard Windows system sounds have been replaced with Star Wars ones.

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Naturally, the icon for the recycle bin is now a Death Star.

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More expensive configurations include touch screens and basic Nvidia graphics.

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The base configuration seen here includes an Intel Core i5-6200U processor, 6GB of RAM and a 1TB hard drive, for $699.

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