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Take a closer look at the design and the special packing for the new HP Star Wars laptop.
Star Wars is everywhere right now, including on this sharp-looking HP laptop, called the HP Star Wars Special Edition Notebook.
Besides the Star Wars branding on the laptop itself, the packaging is also covered with Dark Side images.
Inside the box, even the foam brackets that hold the laptop in place are shaped like TIE Fighters.
Darth Vader adorns the storage box for the system's power cable. No, the power cable doesn't have any Star Wars art, sorry.
Clearly, HP intends for collectors to hold into the box and packaging, not just the laptop itself.
The back of the lid shows off everyone's favorite sci-fi father figure, Darth Vader.
On the inside, there's a highly detailed set of images on the wrist rest and keyboard tray.
The touch pad is one of the coolest parts, with a classic "Episode IV" X-Wing targeting computer display as the surface.
Closer look at the detailing, including some Aurebesh writing. Translation, anyone?
HP calls the whole design "battle-worn."
The default desktop background is of Kylo Ren from "The Force Awakens," but many other Star Wars desktop images are available.
The desktop backgrounds and image galleries are stored in the Star Wars Command Center.
The galleries include over 1,100 images, from on-set photos to concept art to storyboards.
Of course, most of the standard Windows system sounds have been replaced with Star Wars ones.
Naturally, the icon for the recycle bin is now a Death Star.
More expensive configurations include touch screens and basic Nvidia graphics.
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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