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New HP Omen Accessories Revealed

New HP Omen Accessories Revealed

New Curved Display and accessories were revealed by HP last week following the release of the new Omen desktop and laptop. The first from the HP family to include the Nvidia G-Sync technology on its monitors, the HP X Curved Display allows users to get a smooth gameplay and wide viewing angles.

Along with the display, a set of other accessories, in collaboration with SteelSeries, were revealed by HP. The new Omen Headset allows the customers to play much longer with maximum comfort. The headset features a lightweight suspension which evenly balances the entire band. The pricing is listed as $79.99 at
The Omen Keyboard is very beautiful while it’s in action. It is designed with over 16.8 million colors which change its unique color schemes according to the gameplay. It is priced at $99.99.

OMEN Mouse with SteelSeries includes features for unmatched performance including customization like RGB illumination, 6 fully programmable buttons for quicker action, and zero hardware acceleration for 1:1 tracking and precise movements. It is priced at $59.99 at the HP Online Store.

Next is a mouse pad powered by SteelSeries provides a high quality; non-slip rubber base and the precision professionals rely on with a durable smooth, surface. The Omen Mouse Pad is priced at $19.99.

The Omen Desktops and laptops feature its own Omen OS which enables the Omen Mouse and Keyboard to take full advantage of the system letting players take advantage of its cross-platform support and cloud syncing. The HP Omen X Curved Display is set to arrive in stores in early 2017 and the other accessories plan to arrive in mid-September of this year.

HP Omen systems start from $899 featuring 6th Generation Intel Core i7 processor with 8GB of RAM, Windows 10 Home 64 bit OS and NVIDIA Geforce GTX 950M. The high-end 17.3″ laptop features 6th Generation Intel Core i7 processor with 12GB of RAM, 1TB SSHD storage and Ultra HD IPS display and NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 965M (4 GB GDDR5 dedicated) GPU.


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