HP Launches New Gaming PCs, Peripherals

Posted on June 2, 2020 by Paul Thurrott in Games, Hardware, Mobile, PC gaming with 10 Comments

HP today announced a new generation of its OMEN and Pavilion gaming PCs and peripherals that will launch starting today.

“Now, more than ever, gaming serves as an outlet for entertainment, social connection, and relaxation for gamers new and old,” HP director Judy Johnson says in a prepared statement. “HP continues to push progression in gaming by growing and evolving our world-class ecosystem with enhanced experiences through OMEN Command Center and innovative features found across our broad gaming portfolio.”

Here’s what’s new.

OMEN 15. The latest version of HP’s flagship gaming laptop can be had with 10th-generation Intel Core i7 H-series or AMD Ryzen 7 H-series processors, up to NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 graphics, up to 32 GB of RAM, and up to 1 TB PCIe-based SSD or dual PCIe SSD in a RAID 0 configuration. Bigger still, it can be configured with up to 300 Hz Full HD or 120 Hz OLED UHD display. The OMEN 15 arrives today and starts at $999.

HP Pavilion Gaming 16. HP’s first ever 16-inch gaming laptop features up to 10th-generation Intel Core i7 processors up to NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 graphics, micro-edge display bezels, and a 300 nits Full HD IPS display at 144 Hz. It arrives this month and starts at $799.99.

OMEN Vector mice. HP has two new mice, the OMEN Vector Mouse, with 16,000 dpi and with 99 percent accuracy, and the OMEN Vector Essential Mouse with up to 7,200 dpi. The mice arrive this month and cost $49.99 and $29.99, respectively.

HP X24c Gaming Monitor. This curved Full HD display provides AMD FreeSync Premium at 144 Hz and a built-in FPS counter. It arrives in October and will cost $249.99.

HP X1000 Wireless Gaming Headset. These over-the-ear headphones provide 7.1 virtual surround sound. It arrives in August and will cost $99.99.

HP Gaming Speakers X1000. This 2.1 system provides 30-watts of continuous power, a dedicated subwoofer for explosive bass, and RGB lighting options. They arrive in October and will cost $99.99.

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Comments (10)

10 responses to “HP Launches New Gaming PCs, Peripherals”

  1. red77star

    Good stuff and good pricing.

  2. harmjr

    Hey Paul you got any info on that mouse pad? Is it just some kind of lighted mouse pad or a touch pad or some else seeing the cable and connector on it makes me hope for more.

  3. crdale.ca

    No upgrade to the desktops?

  4. William Clark

    Update, OK I see waaaaaay down at the bottom a laptop with Ryzen 3750H, but I'm not seeing any Ryzen 4800 options.


    No Ryzen laptops on the HP site. Are they really available today?

  5. martinusv2

    The price seems nice. Hope that both Intel and AMD CPUs are cool enough. That one thing I don't like while playing earring the high sounds of fans. Kinda break gaming.

  6. miamimauler

    @Paul


    I don't mean to sound unkind but you haven't added any analysis of these devices or made any opinions at all.


    Without your opinions it looks like a cut and paste HP press release.

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