HP has officially announced the HP Omen 15 2020 refresh. The company has followed up rumours with the reveal of two new versions of the Omen 15 gaming laptop, which will be available this year.
Equipped with the latest processing power, the Omen has gone through a redesign to bring it up to speed with its competitors. There are also plenty of customisation choices available for customers.
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We've got all the details on specifications, features and availability of the new HP Omen 15, so read on to find out more...
HP Omen 15 2020 specs
The new HP Omen 15 gaming laptop makes several advances on the 2019 model. First, the 2020 edition is available in both Intel and AMD models. Put yours together with either the Intel Core i5-10300H or Core i7-10750H processor, or have it powered by the AMD Ryzen 7 4800H.
The new Omen 15 goes up to the same GeForce RTX 2070 Max-Q GPU, but you can now choose from OLED, UHD, 120 Hz and FHD 300 Hz displays.
HP Omen 15 2020 features
The biggest brag of the new Omen 15 model is that it is the first gaming laptop to feature an IR thermopile sensor. In HP's words, this helps to "optimize thermal efficiencies, maintain steady yet quiet fan acoustic control, and maximize performance from the Dynamic Power feature within the Omen Command Center". Cool (literally).
Elsewhere, the HP Omen 15 2020 features a beautiful 15.6" display with slim bezels and a new 180-degree flat hinge which helps to increase stability and durability.
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HP Omen 15 2020 price
Right now, there's no word on how much the new HP Omen 15 model will cost here in the UK. However, when the news initially leaked back in April, it was seen on the HP UK store listed at £1,199.99. Probably a safe bet.
In the US, the new Omen 15 starts from just $999.99 MSRP according to NotebookCheck. That's around £800 in the Queen's money.
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HP Omen 15 2020 release date
The new HP gaming laptop is available to order now if you're in the US. Unfortunately, there's no word yet on when it'll make it's way to the UK. But we'll keep our eyes peeled and let you know...