HP unveils dual-screen gaming laptop: the new Omen X 2S 15

HP's new Omen X 2S 15 is a dual-screen laptop, rocks 17-inch main display w ith 6-inch 1080p display above the keyboard.

| May 14, 2019 at 9:27 pm CDT

HP has just unveiled its new Omen X 2S 15 gaming laptop, a new dual-screen laptop that rocks a huge 17-inch panel (which comes in 1080p or 4K) and a second 6-inch 1080p display above the keyboard.

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The new Omen X 2S 15 can be cconfigured with some seriously fast internals including Intel's latest 9th-gen Core i9-9880H CPU and NVIDIA's GeForce RTX 2080 Max-Q GPU. The 17-inch display can be configured with a 1080p 240Hz G-Sync panel or a 4K 60Hz G-Sync panel, depending on what you're after. You can opt for up to 32GB of RAM and plenty of storage options between NVMe, SSDs and Optane tech.

There are some games that will benefit from the secondary 6-inch display with games that can make good use of a map or mini map in a game, displaying in front of you between the keyboard and display.

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Inside, HP is keeping things cool by using Thermal Grizzly Conductonaut liquid metal thermal compound on the CPU by default, which is nice to see. Other laptop makers use it but they offer it as an optional upgrade, but HP is doing it at a stock level on all Omen X 2S 15 laptops.

HP's new Omen X 2S 15 start from $2099 and will be available in June.

Last updated: Jun 16, 2020 at 04:29 pm CDT

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