Subject: Systems | August 17, 2016 - 04:25 PM | Sebastian Peak
Tagged: PC, Omen 900, Omen, hp, gaming, desktop, cube, computer
HP has introduced a new pre-built gaming desktop, and while the Omen series has existed for a while the new Omen offers a very different chassis design.
This Omen isn't just cube-like, it's actually a cube (Image credit: HP)
Inside the specifications look like the typical pre-built gaming rig, with processors up to an Intel Core i7 6700K and graphics options including AMD's Radeon RX 480 and the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080. Configurations on HP's online store start at $1799 for a version with a GTX 960, a 1TB spinning hard drive, and a single 8GB DIMM. (Curiously, though reported as the "Omen X", the current listing is for an "Omen 900".)
A look inside an AMD Crossfire configuration (Image credit: HP via The Verge)
HP is certainly no stranger to unusual chassis designs, as those who remember the Blackbird 002 (which Ryan stood on - and reviewed - here) and subsequent Firebird 803 systems will know. The Verge is reporting that HP will offer the chassis as a standalone product for $599, itself an unusual move for the company.
(Image credit: HP)
The new Omen desktop goes on sale officially starting tomorrow.