HP awakens its new Star Wars Special Edition laptop
The computer's about to take a trip to the dark side I'm [INAUDIBLE] this is HP's Star Wars special edition notebook.
It's built into a physically standard HP Pavillion computer everybody knows and loves but it's got new special Star Wars graphics on the outside of the system here on the keyboard tray and a red backlight here.
Even on the back of the case like this.
Inside you can get current gen Intel Core i5 and i7 processors.
You can get some discrete graphics up an Nvidia 940m, not consumer grade gamer graphics, but good enough for every day casual gaming.
And built in, there are a whole lot of little Star Wars sounds and icons.
And even video clips and photos that are exclusive to this system, all from the history of Star Wars.
And of course, the new Force Awakens movie.
And if that's not enough for you, HP is more than happy to sell you a special edition Star Wars mouse.
And you can lug your laptop around in the special edition Star Wars laptop case.
And even if you don't get those, it actually comes in this very cool looking.
Star Wars box, lots of cool graphics on there as well and even better it doesn't cost a fortune.
This guy starts at $699.
I'm Dan Ackerman and that is the HP Star Wars special edition notebook.
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