The OMEN series from HP is quietly offering some of the better gaming laptops. Their designs have improved significantly, with a more streamlined and improved aesthetic. Gone is the RGB-infused, gamer-y design that all laptops had in the past.
The new laptops don’t really look like gaming ones either, which is a big plus for the people who want a gaming laptop but don’t want the crazy designs that they sometimes come with.
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