HP launches Omen 15 with Intel Comet Lake-H and AMD Renoir processors

Published: 2nd Jun 2020, 12:37 GMT   Comments

Today HP launches its gaming laptops based on both AMD Ryzen 4000H series and Intel 10th Gen Core processors. 

HP Omen 15 2020

HP has refreshed its Omen lineup for the latest 2020 mobile processors. The Omen 15 will be available with AMD and Intel CPUs, with some key differences between the two systems.

The design of the Omen 15 has noticeably changed since the 2019 model.  According to HP, the new Omen is meant to be a multifunctional notebook, for both working and entertainment. Thus, the design has lost all the gaming aesthetics in favor of a slimmer and more compact design. The notebook is 11% thinner than the predecessor, it is now 22.5 mm tall. However, the system is now 90 grams heavier (2.47kg – 2020 model vs 2.38kg – 2019 model).

Specs-wise, the new laptop offers graphics up to GeForce RTX 2070 Max-Q and Core i7-10750H processors. If you chose AMD system, then you can select up to Ryzen 9 4800H processors and GeForce RTX 2060. For comparison, the 2019 model was offered with up to RTX 2080.

The Omen 15 2020 is paired with a 15.6-inch display featuring has a 180-degree hinge. AMD systems will offer up to 1920×1080 IPS display with a 60 or 144 Hz refresh rate. Intel systems will also be offered with 1080p 300Hz and 2160p OLED 60 Hz versions.

According to Tom’s Hardware and Notebookcheck.net, both AMD and Intel systems will have the same starting price of 999 USD. On the other hand, ComputerBase reports that AMD “Renoir” Omen 15 will have a starting price of 999 USD (Ryzen 5 4600H) whereas the Core i5-10300H model will cost at least 1099 USD.

AMD Ryzen 4800H with RTX 2060 model is expected around July.

HP Omen 15 2020 vs 2019 (design and cooling):

  • 11% thinner
  • 25% larger fans
  • 16% larger exhaust grill
  • 62% higher airflow
unknownRyzen 5 4600HGeForce GTX 1650 Ti2 × 4 GB256 GBFHD, IPS, 60 Hz
15-en0013dxRyzen 7 4800HGeForce GTX 1660 Ti2 × 4 GB512 GBFHD, IPS, 144 Hz
15-en0029nrRyzen 7 4800HGeForce GTX 1660 Ti2 × 8 GB512 GBFHD, IPS, 144 Hz
15-en0023dxRyzen 7 4800HGeForce GTX 1660 Ti2 × 8 GB1 TBFHD, IPS, 144 Hz
15-en00xxxRyzen 7 4800HGeForce RTX 20602x 4GB256 GBFHD, IPS, 144 Hz
15-ek0019 noCore i7-10300HGeForce RTX 20602 × 4 GB256 GBFHD, IPS, 144 Hz
15-ek0013dxCore i7-10750HGeForce RTX 20602 × 8 GB512 GB *FHD, IPS, 300 Hz
15-ek0023dxCore i7-10750HGeForce RTX 2070 Max-Q2 × 8 GB1 TBUHD, OLED, 60 Hz
* 512 GB SSD storage space and 32 GB Optane Cache

Based on ComputerBase chart

Source: ComputerBase, Notebookcheck, Verge, Tom’s Hardware

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