HP’s versatile virtuosos

HP Omen 15
HP Spectre x360
Published: 4:00 AM, March 16, 2017
Updated: 10:56 AM, March 16, 2017


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When you need a device that lets you game on the go and power through work tasks, the HP Omen 15’s formidable hardware options have your needs covered, from the (virtual) battlefield to the boardroom. The laptop incorporates a 7th-generation Intel Core i7 processor, 8GB of DDR4 SDRAM and a 512GB solid state drive that offers fast, responsive transfer times.

An NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050Ti graphics card with 4GB GDDR5 VRAM offers stunning graphics on a vibrant 15.6-inch Full-HD (1,920x1,080) touchscreen backlit display. Whether you’re watching a movie, taking on all comers in FIFA Online or listening to your favourite tunes, the Omen’s B&O Play Dual Speakers deliver a rich, detailed listening experience.

And when you’re stuck in a life-or-death virtual battle, per-game assignable profiles and definable dedicated gaming keys always keep you in the fight. HP’s Performance Advisor offers key system configuration information at a glance and helps analyse system performance to keep your Omen in good shape.



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Thirteen per cent thinner and 11 per cent lighter than its predecessor, HP’s second-generation Spectre x360 convertible laptop touts a Full-HD (1,920 x 1,080), 13.3-inch display with a slim bezel.

Computing power comes courtesy of 7th-generation Intel Core i5 or i7 processors, and users have the option of up to 1TB of solid state drive storage, which offers plenty of storage for high-resolution multimedia content.

Assign passwords to the scrapheap of technological progress, thanks to a Full-HD infra-red camera that supports Windows Hello Facial Log-In for secure, easy log in.

To help users power up quickly, HP’s Fast Charge system recharges the batteries to 90-per-cent capacity in 90 minutes. Connectivity options abound — you get two USB Type-C ports with Thunderbolt support and a USB Type-A 3.0 port for connecting to the latest peripherals.

Apart from functioning as a conventional notebook, the Spectre’s geared hinge offers a welcome boost to versatility. Tent mode lets users share content easily, stand mode is ideal for watching movies, and tablet mode makes surfing the Internet a breeze.