HP launches new Omen gaming laptops and Victus desktops: details here

New Delhi: HP has launched the latest generation of its gaming portfolio in India, which includes the new OMEN 16, OMEN 17 and Victus 15 & Victus 16 laptops with 12 Intel Core processors to the OMEN Gaming Hub.

HP Omen 16 (2022), Omen 17 (2022), Victus 15 (2022), Victus 16 (2022) prices in India

HP Omen 16 (2022) prices in India start from Rs. 1,09,999 and the laptop comes in Shadow Black color option. On the other hand, the HP Omen 17 (2022) starts at Rs. 1,99,999 and will be available in stores from August. The HP Victus 15 (2022) will be launched in July with a starting price of Rs. 67,999, while the Victus 16 (2022) is already available for a starting price of Rs. 84,999.

Along with the laptop, the HP Omen 45L, Omen 40L and Omen 25L desktops are available with prices starting at Rs. 1.49.999. However, the Victus 15L desktop is available for a starting price of Rs. 93,999.

In May, HP introduces Omen 16 (2022) and Victus 15 (2022) in the US. PC makers are also unveiling their Omen and Victus gaming desktops at CES 2022 in January.

HP Omen 16 (2022), Omen 17 (2022) specifications

The HP Omen 16 (2022) features a 16.1-inch IPS display with a resolution of up to QHD (2560 × 1440 pixels) and a refresh rate of 165 Hz. The display also supports a response time of 3 ms, 100 % sRGB color gamut and an Eyesafe display certification by Germany’s TÜV Rheinland. The Omen 17 has a larger 17.3-inch display with the same features.

The laptops will be offered with two processor configurations, including one with an Intel Core i9-12900H processor or the other with an AMD Ryzen 9 6900HX processor. The Intel model comes with an Nvidia GeForce RTX 3070 Ti graphics card, and the AMD processor model gets Max-Q technologies or AMD Ryzen RX 6650M graphics.

The CPUs are paired with up to 32GB DDR5 4800MHz RAM and up to 2TB PCIe Gen4x4 SSD. The HP Omen 16 (2022) also has a built-in IR thermopile sensor. The laptop is said to deliver up to 9 hours of operating time when fully charged.

According to HP, the revised thermal system in the Omen 16 (2022) and Omen 17 (2022) gaming laptops gets an additional fifth heat pipe, apart from a fourth exhaust port, which together claim to have reduced GPU temperatures by 3 percent. lower SSD temperature by 14 percent and also reduced running noise by 5 percent.

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