HP Omen 15" laptop with world's first 240Hz display

New model announced at CES this week and set for launch in July at a yet to be revealed price point.

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240 Hz displays are the new black at CES - and this goes for HP Omen as well. Their new Omen 15 features a 240Hz TN Panel, 1080p G-sync to match the RTX2070 Max-Q graphics cards, Intel i7-8750H processor, 16 GB RAM, Thunderbolt 3 and even the new 802.11ax standard for Wifi, all crammed into a unit that comes in at 2.4 kg.

It looks to retain the same discrete lines with a fairly thin bezel as the previous model, but pricing is currently unavailable. We do know that it hits stores in July.

HP Omen 15" laptop with world's first 240Hz display

There is also a cheaper alternative in the 60Hz IPS panel model that will most likely hit the 1600-1800 euro mark. Some media reports on a 240HZ IPS panel, however, at Gamereactor we find it a lot more likely to be a TN panel.

It ships with a 1TB SATA hard drive, and a 120 GB M.2 SSD drive. HP promises easy upgradability for both RAM and hard drives.

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