HP has hit the headlines again. This time it is the launch of its latest Omen X portfolio of gaming desktops, notebooks, and accessories in the Indian market. Also, in the Omen X series, the company is launching its Omen X compact desktop with VR backpack, Omen X desktop, Omen X notebook, Omen Mouse 600, Omen Headset 800, Steel Series gaming keyboard, and Steel Series mouse pad. With this, HP is also introducing its Windows Mixed Reality headset in India.

Now, certain details of this Omen X portfolio:

Price and Availability:

The Omen X compact desktop with VR backpack price in India starts from ₹2,94,988 and is available right now. Again, the Omen X desktop price in India starts at ₹4,49,999 and would be made available starting from June 2018. The Omen X gaming notebook has been priced starting at ₹2,10,990 and this would be available from March 20.


HP Windows MR headset price in India is ₹51,187, Omen Headset 800 has been priced at ₹6,999, and Omen Mouse 600 comes for ₹4,999, Steel Series gaming keyboard bears a price tag of ₹9,999, and the Steel Series mouse pad is priced at ₹2,199. Along with this, all the accessories would be available for purchase in India. Additionally, HP has also announced a pre-booking offer wherein the Omen X compact desktop would come bundled with the MR headset, Omen headset, keyboard, and mouse. On the other hand, Omen X notebook would come bundled with Omen headset, mouse, mouse pad, and a 1TB hard drive.

Specs and features:

The Omen X desktop boasts of two Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 VR-ready graphics cards and up to two AMD Radeon F9 Fury X video card. Further, the desktop is powered by Intel Core i9 processor with overclocking capabilities. For thermal management, this includes a custom tri-chamber design with dedicated cooling for each chamber. It also has support for up to three 120mm liquid cooling radiators.


The Omen X gaming notebook sports a 17-inch full-HD display with 120Hz and 144Hz refresh rate options. It is powered by a 7th generation Intel Core i7 CPU, up to Nvidia GTX 1080 GPU, and standalone 1TB 7200RPM HDD or SSD+HDD storage. Along with this, Thermal management has also been taken care of with four 3.5mm heat pipes that claim to improve heat transfer from the GPU and CPU to the radiators.