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.