The HP firm has expanded its catalog of accessories and gaming equipment that are part of its well-known OMEN series, a benchmark within the sector, and has focused its commitment on taking care of both the design and the construction quality, the performance and the price-performance value.
The new accessories that are part of the HP OEM family incorporate the technology of Warp wireless connection, and are seamlessly integrated into the OMEN Command Center application, which means they offer a first-rate user experience.
In addition to these new accessories, HP has also confirmed the renewal of its OMEN desktop gaming PC with 30-liter chassis, that now mounts a powerful graphics card NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 last generation.
HP OMEN answers the problem of cable management
The cable management It has always been one of the most important problems we have had to face in the PC world. I remember perfectly the eighties and nineties, when it was impossible to achieve totally “clean” PC assemblies of wiring, a reality that, fortunately, has improved a lot today.
If we talk about accessories, we see that the problem of cable management is still very present. Nobody likes having a desk full of clearly visible cables, But managing and ordering the normal wiring of a desktop made up of a gaming PC and all its accessories can end up being very complicated, especially if we suffer from space limitations.
HP has taken all of this into account, and has shaped a series of gaming peripherals that will allow us to enjoy a desk free of cables, and without having to renounce, for this reason, a good performance, and maintaining, in addition, a careful design and a balanced value. Without further ado, let’s take a look at what’s new from HP.
HP OMEN Frequency Wireless Headphones
These headphones have a very interesting design, which combines rounded lines with angular hues, which achieves a very marked contrast, and also very striking.
We can use them both wirelessly and wired, they offer 7.1 and C surround sound-Media Xear, and they are fully integrated into the OMEN Command Center, allowing us to fully customize your LED lighting system and make numerous sound adjustments.
These HP headphones also have a button-free interface, dual noise-canceling microphones and they are compatible with Mac, iOS, Chrome, PC, PS4, PS4 Pro, Xbox One, Xbox One X, and Nintendo Switch.
HP OMEN Vector Wireless Mouse
This mouse starts from a clearly minimalist design. Although it is focused on demanding players, we see that it presents a classic line and that it has a finish discreet and elegant.
We can use it both wirelessly and wired (it recharges through a USB Type-C connector). If we decide to use it wirelessly, we will have a range of up to 180 hours for each battery charge. Forgot to charge it but need to use it wirelessly? Nothing happens, you can put it to charge for five minutes and you will have up to 10 hours of battery life. Are you going to the limit? Nothing happens, 30 seconds of charging can give you up to an hour of autonomy.
The HP OMEN Vector Mouse uses a Pixart PAW3335 wireless sensor, has a sensitivity of 16,000 DPI, and features Omron mechanical switches with a lifespan of 50 million clicks. As it could not be otherwise, it is fully integrated into the OMEN Command Center, which will allow us to create macros, customize the LED lighting and much more.
HP OMEN Spacer Wireless Keyboard
There is no doubt that the keyboard is a fundamental peripheral for any PC gamer. The new HP OMEN Spacer Wireless Keyboard has a very sharp angular line and a totally minimalist finish, without excesses, as we can see in the attached image.
To shape this keyboard, HP has used Cherry MX Brown switches, a type of switch that offers a fairly balanced value and that allows you to enjoy very intense keystrokes, and a good gaming experience. They have a response time of 1 ms and a lifespan of 100 million keystrokes.
The HP OMEN Spacer Wireless Keyboard offers up to 75 hours of use per battery charge, and allows you to achieve up to six hours of autonomy with just five minutes of charging. Otherwise it comes with an elegant removable wrist rest, has 128-bit AES encryption and is integrated into the OMEN Command Center, which means that we can customize it to our liking.
Other interesting peripherals
HP OMEN has also presented a new monitor and a mid-range wired headphones, aimed at players who have a tight budget, but who do not want to give up a good level of performance.
HP OMEN Blast Headphones: They offer high-quality 7.1 surround sound, have a classic design with rounded lines, mount a suspension headband to offer greater comfort even during long sessions of use and work without problem on any device through the 3.5 mm jack connector.
HP X24ih Gaming Monitor: This model features an IPS panel, which means it offers perfect 178-degree viewing angles, has a 144Hz refresh rate, 1ms response time, and is compatible with AMD FreeSync Premium, making it a excellent option to accompany a team based on an AMD Radeon GPU. Its size is 23.8 inches, and it has a 1080p resolution.
Price and availability
The HP OMEN Frequency Wireless Headphones will be available later this year priced at 199.99 euros.
For its part, the HP OMEN Vector Wireless Mouse will arrive in October with a price of 99.99 euros. The OMEN Spacer Wireless TLK Keyboard will go on sale shortly thereafter in November, priced at 199.99 euros.
The HP OMEN Blast Headphones will arrive in October priced at 89.99 euros, and the HP X24ih gaming monitor will be available in December with a price of 199.99 euros. We finished with the OMEN 30-liter gaming PC equipped with the new NVIDIA RTX 30-series, which will be available in late 2020.