In addition to revealing new Omen products, HP is working on an Omen X product that's essentially a desktop PC you can wear on your back that supports VR headsets. There's no street date for this mobile PC, but the company plans to start…
HP updated its line of Omen gaming products with three new notebooks, a familiar desktop, and a monitor supporting AMD FreeSync technology. This expansion makes Omen the new leading gaming brand for HP.
HP is out with a new Chromebook, and this one was designed in collaboration with Google. The 13.3-inch IPS display has a resolution of up to 3,200 x 1,800 pixels. Other features include Core M processors and USB Type-C.
Source code for Chromium OS suggests that HP is responsible for manufacturing the next high-end Chromebook. The system is rumored to have 16GB of RAM, an Intel Core 6th-gen processor, and other premium features.
HP is launching a new Spectre laptop that takes the crown of "world's thinnest" notebook, and does so with several millimeters to spare. Surprisingly, the laptop will have a full Core mobile processor, rather than Core M.
AMD has revealed that it will officially launch its "Bristol Ridge" A-Series APUs during Computex next month. This series will include an "FX" model that supports DirectX 12 and Ultra HD video playback.