The new HP Omen and Victus gaming laptops are so exquisite that they resemble works of art. Although the color scheme of ceramic white is neither particularly novel nor ground-breaking for laptops, it is stylish as well and the elevated design is a welcome change from the typical gaming look of a jet-black chassis and bright crimson-red highlights. But ultimately, it’s the hardware inside that counts, and these two laptops are packing some really potent components.
HP Omen Transcend 16
The HP Omen Transcend 16 laptop was made with both content creation and gaming in mind. The computer has an Intel Core i9-13900HX processor, an Nvidia GeForce RTX 4070 graphics card, 16GB of RAM, and 1TB of PCIe NVMe SSD storage as standard equipment. Given those specifications, this setup should be capable of handling both demanding FPS-style games and video or photo processing. Also quite stunning is the 13-inch display.
The screen’s specifications are as follows: 2560×1600 resolution, 240 Hz refresh rate, 16:10 aspect ratio, and 7ms reaction time. As a result of the 240Hz refresh rate’s extreme rapidity, you may definitely anticipate snappy, fluid gameplay. Moreover, navigating across documents is made easy by the 16:10 aspect ratio. More air can enter the system thanks to the redesigned square vent design, which helps keep your laptop from overheating. One month of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate is also included, along with a 1080p webcam, a full-sized RGB backlit keyboard, and other amenities. At a starting price of $1,669.99, the Omen Transcend 16 will go on sale.
HP Victus 16
The brand-new HP Victus 16 unquestionably appears more costly than it is. It will come in striking color options like ceramic white, mica silver, and performance blue. However, it’s more than simply a gorgeous face. This system has a Processor that can be either an AMD Ryzen 7 7840HS or an Intel Core i7-13700HX. Moreover, the graphics options include an Nvidia GeForce RTX 4070. That’s a respectable amount of power, so it ought to be adequate for everything from gaming to schooling.
An IR thermopile sensor and Omen Tempest Cooling are now included with the Victus. According to the company, the Omen Tempest Cooling solution entails three-sided venting and five-way airflow. The sensor controls internal temperatures as well, which should keep the laptop comfortably cool.
If you enjoy playing video games, you’ve encountered a scorching-hot laptop at some point, especially if you’re playing an action-packed game. This spring, the Victus 16 will be sold for a reasonable price starting at $1,049.99.