HP Omen 15 Specifications


HP Omen 15
HP Omen 15 PRICE
●CPU  – 2.8-GHz Intel Core i7-7700HQ CPU
●Operating System –  Windows 10 Home
●RAM  – 16GB
●Hard Drive Size  – 256GB
●Hard Drive – Type PCIe SSD
●Drive Size –  1TB
●Drive Speed  – 5400RPM
●Display Size  – 15.6
●Resolution  – 3840 x 2160
●Native Resolution  – 3840 x 2160
●Graphics Card  – Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 (Max-Q Design) / 6GB
●Wi-Fi –  802.11ac
●Wi-Fi Model  – Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 7265
● Bluetooth –  Bluetooth 4.2
●Touchpad Size –  4.0 x 2.2 inches
●Ports (excluding USB) Line Out Ports (excluding USB) Line-in Ports (excluding USB) USB 3.0 Ports (excluding USB) Mini DisplayPort Ports (excluding USB) Thunderbolt 3 Ports (excluding USB) SD card slot Ports (excluding USB) Ethernet Ports (excluding USB) HDMI Ports (excluding USB) Kensington Lock USB Ports 4
●Card Slots  – SD memory reader
●Warranty/Support  – 1 year warranty
●Size  – 15.3 x 10.85 x 0.98 inches
●Weight  – 5.73 pounds
The HP Omen 15  is designed with Good looks, Bright, with  colorful display and Booming sound. The HP Omen 15 is a good-looking gaming notebook with a vibrant display and powerful sound for immersive play sessions.
The gaming Notebook has been redesigned with an eye-catching chassis, responsive Keyboard, and an easy-to-remove panel to upgrade the hard- disk drive, solid-state drive and RAM. Add in a bright, vibrant display and some nice, loud speakers, and you have a gaming notebook that will enthrall you. The only downsides  are the short battery life and a few plasticky areas of the chassis.
The lid is black, with four red lines forming an “X.” That X divides the lid into quadrants: two covered in carbon fiber and two in plastic made to look like brushed aluminum. The carbon fiber looks and feels premium and unexpected.  It comes with a  15.6-inch 4K display , surrounded by a thick bezel with the Omen logo. (The word “Omen” is spelled out again on the deck.) There’s a full island-style keyboard with a number pad. The WASD keys are in bright red, while the rest are black with red sides and letters. The Omen is an inch thick and 5.7 pounds, which is a bit heavier than most competing notebooks, but also a little thinner. The Acer Predator Helios 300 is a lighter 5.5 pounds but it is 1.5 inches thick; the Dell Inspiron 15 7000 Gaming is heavier, at 5.8 pounds, but it is also 1 inch thick; and the Razer Blade is the smallest all-around, at 4.2 pounds and 0.7 inches thick.
On the left side of the machine are a Kensington Lock slot , a Mini DisplayPort, HDMI output, an Ethernet jack, a USB 3.0 port, a Thunderbolt 3 portand headset and mic jacks. The right side of the notebook sports an SD card slot and another pair of USB 3.0 ports.
The  HP Omen 15 is made with a 15.6-inch, 4K display  that is quite bright and offers up vibrant display. The Omen’s screen covers an excellent 114 percent of the sRGB color gamut. At 313 nits of brightness, the Omen was more luminous than the competition.
HP designed a new keyboard for the Omen, and it’s a fascinating beast. It offers low travel — just 1.2 millimeters — and requires 70 grams of actuation to press, but the keys are extremely clicky and responsive. The Omen has a  The 4 x 2.2-inch touchpad is a little on the small side.
The speakers on the HP Omen 15 are nice and loud,  With  the Omen Audio Control app, I adjusted the bass, treble and vocal clarity for more balanced sound, though I only ever got a hint of the bass.
The HP Omen 15 is designed with Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 with Max-Q design and 6GB of VRAM at smooth frame rates in 1080p resolution. VR is chancy with the Omen.
 The HP Omen 15 is with a 2.8-GHz Intel Core i7-7700HQ CPU; 16GB of RAM ; a 1TB, 5,400-rpm HDD; and a 256GB SSD . That’s plenty of power for everyday multitasking.
 It lasts about  3 hours with continuously browsing  the web over Wi-Fi.
The 1080p  webcam  on the Omen is far brighter than most embedded laptop cameras, and colors appear extremely accurate.
Besides specialized gaming software, it also features almost all of the programs you can find on a consumer-focused HP laptop. The big gaming app is Omen Command Center, which details GPU and CPU utilization and RAM usage, as well as a feature called Network Booster that lets you prioritize which apps get bandwidth priority. HP’s other software includes JumpStart (a series of how-to guides and articles) and HP Orbit, which lets you transfer files between your PC and smartphone. It also has  the usual bloat that comes preinstalled with Windows 10, including Twitter, Keeper, Hidden City: Mystery of Shadows, March of Empires: War of Lords, Drawboard PDF, Netflix an d Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition.

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