HP is coming out with an all aluminum unibody laptop called the “Omen Pro” packed with Core i7 processor and a fast NVIDIA Quadro K1100M GPU. It is good for both graphics-hungry users and gamers who share the same enthusiasm of using a 15-6-inch notebok with 0.78-inch thickness weighing at 4.68 pounds. Like its predecessor, the new laptop also has a 1080p touchscreen, 256GB solid state drive and an option to upgrade it with 512GB Z Turbo.
Other goodies include 16GB RAM, Bluetooth 4.0, headset jack, mini DisplayPort, 802.11 ac Wi-Fi and HDMI output that comes pre-installed with Windows 7 Pro. Two models are available: The first one at $2,199 (830 BHD) with 8GB DDR3-1600 RAM and storage at 256Gb while its beefier kin is set at $2,599 (930 BHD) packing 16GB memory and 512GB storage.
The Omen Pro is suited for game developers using graphics software and it could also be use as a workstation because of its slim aesthetics.