HP is expanding its Omen gaming line from a single laptop to a collection of reasonably priced laptops and desktops.
The original Omen was a slick looking 15 inch laptop from late 2014.
Now there's a new 15 inch model and a bigger 17 inch, both of which have a lot more configuration options for gamers.
You can get a standard HD screen or 4k and the graphics options go up one more step now to the newer Nvidia 965M card still not enough for VR but fine for even brand new PC games.
Now, the gaming desktop formerly known as the Phoenix is now part of the [UNKNOWN] line.
Also, it's got this dark design.
It's got this cool king vertical light strip right on the front panel and it's even gonna support the newer 1080 graphics card from Nvidia So, it's perfect for VR and HP says, it's specially tuned for the HTC Vive, the Omen desktop is coming in August, while the two new Omen laptops are coming in July, starting at 899.
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