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HP OMEN prices in Singapore

Forged to be your mighty tool of conquest, the HP Omen gaming laptop is a dedicated gaming machine that will make your dream of global domination to be a reality. Read more about HP Omen Singapore below to find out.

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Malaysia MYR 3,637
Philippines PHP 56,991
Singapore SGD 1,199

HP Omen Singapore – Optimized to Conquer Relentlessly

Believing in its ability to designs reliable and powerful products that can make the real difference, HP still stands strong in the realm of laptops. When performance just means everything to you, the HP Omen gaming laptop has been designed exclusively for you to embrace the true meaning of peak performance.

Designed to Spearhead Innovations

Boasting stunningly beautiful design, the HP Omen gaming laptop definitely exudes that cutting-edge look. Wonderfully crafted with high level of craftsmanship and precision, this HP laptop is the perfect expression of merging practicality and beauty in a sleek package.

Engineered to Stay Cool Under Pressure

While offering powerful performance that can run anything at all times, it is absolutely incredible that the HP Omen gaming laptop has been outfitted with the latest thermal management technology which makes sure that your high performance is being complemented with equally impressive cooling system. Knowing the importance of staying cool under pressure, HP has designed the HP Omen with revolutionary design that separates the hottest components in strategic places. Aided by the superior liquid cooling and well-placed exhaust vents, this HP gaming laptop certainly makes sure that you will not be facing any problems of overheating.

Immersive Gaming Experience with HP Omen Singapore

Powered by the fearsome Intel quad core processor, the HP Omen is your dedicated gaming laptop that proves to be more than enough in running any highly intensive and demanding software and of course, games! If you are not even satisfied, you actually can overclock the Intel quad core processor in order to achieve Furthermore, the HP Omen has been blessed with powerful NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 or AMD Radeon R9 Fury X so that you can maximize your graphic settings for more immersive gaming experience. Such powerful specifications enable you to play any games that you want without facing any problems.

Revolutionary Keyboard that Is Up For Any Challenges

The HP Omen boasts a powerful keyboard that can meet any challenges ahead. It has been engineered specifically in giving you comfort whenever you are tapping or typing. Moreover, this keyboard offers tactile sensation that makes it easily a typing-friendly keyboard. Most importantly, all of the keys prove to be highly responsive so that you can perform well in your games. In addition, the keyboard also possesses backlit keys that are customizable to fit your theme and preference.

Awesome Audio Adventure

With the choice of either Dual or Quad HP speakers, the HP Omen gaming laptop gives you the finest in terms of rich audio performance. Featuring the HP Audio Boost system as well as being refined by the audio experts from Bang & Olufsen, the HP Omen ensures that you are going to have a blast when listening to your games, videos and movies. Hence, the HP Omen gaming laptop is a sign of wonderful things to come as it boasts many exciting features that enhance your gaming performance.

HP OMEN Expert Reviews

hardwarezone.com.sg
Reviewed on 2017-07-26
How much gaming performance do you really need? A lot of that depends on the sort of gaming experience you expect. Do you want to run all the latest AAA titles at max settings and over 60fps? Or perhaps you're okay with just dialing back the settings and...
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hardwarezone.com.sg
Reviewed on 2015-03-15
Outstanding design, Slim dimensions & light weight, Excellent build quality, Sharp display with vibrant colorsOutdated GeForce GTX 860M GPU, Short battery life, Ports only at the back of the machine, Limited onboard storage, No builtin Ethernet port (requires provided USB adapter), Expensive
In the past year or so, we have seen a resurgence in gaming notebooks and just about every major PC manufacturer has its own line of specialized gaming notebooks now. Dell has their Alienware line, ASUS has their ROG line and now, HP has their Omen. Of co...
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digitalone.com.sg
Reviewed on 2014-12-29
In 2006, industry giants Dell and HP went shopping for boutique PC makers that built stylish high-end computers for gamers. Dell acquired Alienware, while HP bought Voodoo. Today, Alienware is still known for gaming machines. However, the Voodoo brand h...
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CNET.co.uk
Reviewed on 2017-09-09
The VR-ready HP Omen is one of the cheaper laptops packing a Nvidia GeForce 1060 GPU, it's got a terrific display, a comfortable keyboard and a super-speedy Intel i7 processor. Plus, it's stylish for a gaming laptopIts 4K screen means woeful battery life, falls behind other 1060-equipped laptops on benchmark tests
When Nvidia unveiled its Max-Q laptop architecture earlier this year, it told us we'd see gaming machines with the power of a desktop in the shape of a MacBook Pro -- mainly in thanks to more efficient GeForce 10-series GPUs. HP's new Omen 15 is the lates...
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engadget.com
Reviewed on 2017-09-07
Perfect for 1080p gaming, Great keyboard and mouse, Gorgeous display, Attractive design (for gamers), VR ready (with the GTX 1060 model)Terrible battery life, Not powerful enough to actually play games in 4K
HP went big with its Omen gaming machines last year, giving us some major VoodooPC flashbacks in the process. Unfortunately, the laptops felt like a downgrade from the slick Omen gaming notebook that HP launched in 2014. This year, the company decided to...
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notebookcheck.net
Reviewed on 2017-07-22
120-Hz display with G-Sync, expressive design, good input devices, decent sound, high performance, Thunderbolt 3, PCIe SSDunnecessarily large power supply with very thick cable, Max-Q design hardly brings any advantages, low battery life
Changeling. The Omen series by HP is not only known for its relatively good price-performance ratio, but also for its unique appearance. Thanks to a redesign in mid-2017, the gaming notebooks appear in completely new finery. In our test, you can find out...
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notebookcheck.net
Reviewed on 2017-07-12
sturdy chassis, good speakers, relatively quiet and cool operationvery slow CPU, poor HDD performance, poor TN display, mushy keyboard, short battery life
Slow and Steady. The HP 15-BW077AX is an entry-level laptop from HP with AMD's newest A9 APU. Despite its young age, the CPU feels years behind the competition and the notebook as a whole offers very little for prospective consumers...
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laptopmedia.com
Reviewed on 2017-07-07
Catchy design, rigid construction, Thin and lightweight, Updated input devices (now more gaming-centric and usable), Expanded I/O including mini DisplayPort and USB-C Thunderbolt, Excellent IPS panel (optional 120Hz screen is available as well), Good valu...The interior surface gets a little warm after extended use (for the GTX 1060 Max-Q model only), The single-hinge design makes the lid a bit flexible
HP comes in strong with a brand new design, although the hardware of the laptop isn't all that different. Fortunately, pricing remains the same so we are eager to see what else, despite the design, has improved. Going across the specs sheet, the HP Omen 1...
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laptopmedia.com
Reviewed on 2017-06-14
Lightweight and thin, Excellent battery life, The notebook's surface remains cool even under heavy workloadShallow keyboard (for gaming), small arrow keys, wobbly and unresponsive touchpad, Poor CPU Turbo Boost clock utilization, Cooling fans spin even during idle, internals running hot during heavy workload, Lackluster (FHD) display considering the price tag,...
The HP Omen lineup doesn't have a long history in the gaming industry and sometimes you can see the hints of lack of experience. The Omen 15 with GTX 1050 Ti is a clear example of that. While most of the big OEMs push their GTX 1050 and 1050 Ti-powered pr...
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devontechsupport.com
Reviewed on 2017-05-10
The HP Omen lowers the barrier to entry for would-be PC gamers once again, but, if you were a fan of 2015 version, this isn't exactly the same laptop. Whereas the last HP Omen offered high-end style with a mid-range price and specs, the new 15-inch gamin...
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gadgetpilipinas.net
Reviewed on 2017-05-02
Display Quality, Design, Spacing between keys, Sound Quality, Responsive Keyboard and Touchpad, 1080p Gaming PerformanceChoice of GPU/Display, 4K Gaming Performance, Temperatures During Gaming, Build Quality, Price
HP OMEN Gaming Laptop ReviewHP is known mostly for their consumer and business level laptops such as the Pavilion, Probook, and Elitebook series. Now, the company has started venturing into the gaming scene with the HP Omen Laptop.HP's latest breed of a g...
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yugatech.com
Reviewed on 2017-03-19
Good build and design, Good performanceOld considering new processors and GPUs, Pricey
Back in October 2016, HP launched in the country a couple of Omen laptops – the 15.6-inch Omen 15 and the 17.3-inch Omen 17. HP has recently sent us the former for review so we can find out how it performs and if it's worthy your budget considering the ne...
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futurefive.co.nz
Reviewed on 2016-12-12
HP has now released its high range 4K gaming laptops under the "Omen" banner. We got to test out how powerful this laptop really is. Video game technology is advancing at a rapid rate. Gamers are demanding better performance and HP has responded by releas...
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gadgetspeak.com
Reviewed on 2016-09-30
There are two distinct rubber strips underneath to help remove heat away from the base of the unit.The colour is dark grey rather than black which helps to avoid showing fingermarks.The viewable screen is 36x19.5cm and the notional diagonal imperial measu...
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Laptopmag.com
Reviewed on 2016-08-19
Head-turning design, Easy to program lighting and key configurations, Solid gaming and overall performance, Quick file-transfer speedsShifted keyboard makes for awkward typing, Bottom gets hot while gaming, Speakers are quiet
The HP Omen is the notebook for moderate gamers with matching budgets. Priced at $1,029 as a Best Buy exclusive, this iteration of HP's gaming strategy offers good gaming and overall performance and nearly 7 hours of battery life in a lightweight, 5-pound...
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mobiletechreview.com
Reviewed on 2016-08-01
Good performance for the price, relatively light. Keyboard has a number pad. Matte displays for those who despise glareCheap casing, no touch screen option, mediocre trackpad, lacks features or pricing to set it ahead of its direct competitors
This is an entry level true gaming laptop (some manufacturers or retailers will call dual core Ultrabooks with integrated graphics gaming laptops when they're not). The NVIDIA GTX 960M can handle games like Battlefield 4 and Skyrim on high settings at 108...
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thunderbaylive.com
Reviewed on 2016-07-29
Lisa Gade reviews the redesigned 2016 HP Omen 15, a budget-oriented 15.6” gaming laptop that's also available in a 17.3” size. Gone are the unibody milled aluminum casing and high quality aspirations for the Omen line, the Omen 15 and 17 are now plastic c...
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expertreviews.co.uk
Reviewed on 2016-07-28
The range starts at just £699, which is certainly a reasonable price, at least for a gaming laptop. HP here is really aiming this at the mid-range performance laptop market, while also offering substantial upgrade options for those who need more serious a...
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notebookcheck.net
Reviewed on 2016-06-19
smartly-designed port distribution, compact exterior, good battery life, backlit keyboard, graphics switching, lots of storage, good 3D performance, low weight, appealing designmeager port selection (no USB 3.1 Gen2, no DisplayPort, ), FHD display is just average (brightness, colors, ), minor CPU throttling in extreme scenarios, battery drains under full load while plugged in, components can get very hot, chassis emits cr
Remake. For the 2016 version of their Omen, HP does not stop at a simple hardware refresh, but also updates the notebook with a stylish new chassis. We take a closer look at the 15-inch version with GeForce GTX 965M. What follows are our impressions...
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techradar.com
Reviewed on 2016-05-27
Improved battery life, Suave looks, Upgraded in every wayReused Pavilion shell
The HP Omen lowers the barrier to entry for would-be PC gamers once again, but, if you were a fan of 2015 version, this isn't exactly the same laptop. Whereas the last HP Omen offered high-end style with a mid-range price and specs, the new 15-inch gaming...
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