Meet Sleeker Design Having Slim Bezels HP Omen 15 Laptop

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Meet Sleeker Design Having Slim Bezels HP Omen 15 Laptop. It’s comeback attempts to bring Specture like design feature into its premium gaming line.

The HP Omen 15 notebook will have a slightly new look going forward. It still flaunt with a matte black plastic chassis with glowing red accents and the Omen logo predominantly displayed in the middle of the lid.

However, now it has an aluminum keyboard area, giving it a more luxurious feel, and much smaller bezels surrounding the 15-inch display. HP wants to improve the immersive experience most seek out of any gaming device. It will support 4K gaming at 60Hz, in addition to 1080p gaming at 60Hz and 144Hz.

HP managed to shrink not only the bezels but the overall size of the laptop as well. HP upped the graphics limits of the Omen 15. It includes 8th-gen Intel quad and hexa-core processors, up to 32GB of RAM, and HDD, SDD, combo, and Optane storage options

HP is trying to make its gaming laptops more portable and stylish. Inside the device are dual fans that have been repositioned at the corners of the chassis. This new structure allows hot air to exhaust out the back of the machine for more efficient cooling.

HP added a new feature will let users to ramp up fan speed to boost CPU performance. With Omen 15’s new Gigabit Wi-Fi speeds, users can play games on a big-screen TV. The new HP Omen 15 will be available on July 29, 2018, starting at $979.

Theo O'Farrell

Theo O’Farrell was born and raised in Summerside. As a journalist Theo has contributed to CBC News Blog, The Calgary Herald and Buzz Feed. In regards to academics, Theo earned his sociology degree from Queens. Theor covers local news and culture stories here at Island Daily Tribune.

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About the Author: Theo O'Farrell

Theo O'Farrell was born and raised in Summerside. As a journalist Theo has contributed to CBC News Blog, The Calgary Herald and Buzz Feed. In regards to academics, Theo earned his sociology degree from Queens. Theor covers local news and culture stories here at Island Daily Tribune.

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