This can be controlled through the Omen Command Center software, so you ideally shouldn't worry about your ears getting too frosty.
Most of this is all pretty standard for a new gaming laptop, including the new H-series CPUs, the GPU, and the options of resolutions and refresh rates in the display. You can choose from a six-core Core i7-8750H or a four-core Core i5-8300H CPU. It can also be kitted out with an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 with MAX-Q Design.
The aforementioned GeForce GTX 1070 Max-Q is the fastest graphics option available. Users can pick from 60Hz or 144Hz at 1080p, or 60Hz at 4K-Nvidia's G-sync is available on the 144Hz@1080p configuration.
RAM: up to 32GB DDR4-2666 RAM. Few configurations of the Omen 15 also have extra vents, and fans are said to have larger fins than before.
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Audio: Stereo speakers powered with audio by Bang & Olufsen and a discrete audio amplifier, plus DTS Headphone:X. HP also is making the OMEN 15 more upgradable by including Phillips-head screws on the bottom of the device for access to storage and memory. HP will start selling the laptop on July 29, with the entry-level price of $979.99 (roughly Rs 66.100). A convenient roller bar and dedicated media keys enhance the control at your fingertips. Interestingly, the machine will have two distinct keyboard options, one of which features RGB LED lighting. Expected in July, this new keyboard has an MSRP of $179.99. The design includes optical-mechanical switch technology with light beam detection enabling a 0.2ms click response time on left and right buttons. Available from July, this mouse has an MSRP of $79.99.
At the HP Gaming Festival in Beijing, the firm revealed its new Mindframe headset.
In addition to its cooling capabilities, the headset has a self-adjusting lightweight suspension headband for weight distribution, noise-cancelling unidirectional microphone, 3D spatial awareness and 7.1 virtual surround sound.
The headset, due out in the second half of this year for an undisclosed price, uses a patented active cooling solution employing a "thermoelectric device inside the earcup that conducts heat from the acoustic chamber towards the outside", HP's announcement reads. You'd be well served by heading straight for the Razer or Logitech aisles, but don't forget that HP makes its own headsets, keyboards, and the like.