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HP OMEN Price in Philippines

Aside from its affordable price tag, the HP Omen boasts impressive specs and features you might need on a gaming laptop. Read more about the HP Omen below to find out.

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Aside from its affordable price tag, the HP Omen boasts impressive specs and features you might need on a gaming laptop. Read more about the HP Omen below to find out.

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Cheapest at Lazada
₱ 174,378.00
₱ 45,279.60

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Lowest price for the HP OMEN in the Philippines is ₱ 45,279.60

You can buy the HP OMEN at the lowest price of ₱ 45,279.60 from Lazada which is 39% cheaper than the HP OMEN that is sold by Galleon at the price of ₱ 74,828.00.
Alternatively, the HP OMEN is also sold in Malaysia at Lazada with the price of ₱ 44,086.00 and Singapore at Lazada with the price of ₱ 50,669.00.
Pricing details were last updated at 15 June 2018, 22:40.

Price List by Country for HP OMEN

Country International Price Price in PHP
Malaysia MYR 3,299.60 PHP 44,086.00
Philippines PHP 45,279.60 PHP 45,280.00
Singapore SGD 1,280.00 PHP 50,669.00

Specs of HP OMEN

Graphics
Graphic Card NVIDIA
Integrated Graphic Card
Display
Screen Resolution 1920 x 1080pixels
Screen Size 15.6"
Design
Weight 2.12kg
Material Plastic
Packaging Data
Warranty 1 Year
Connector Ports
HDMI
VGA
Thunderbolt
USB 3.0
USB Type-C
USB
Card Reader
DVI
DisplayPort
Ethernet
Headphone Jack
Features
Backlit Keyboard
Fingerprint Reader
Detachable Screen
Touch Screen
Face Scanner
Processor
CPU 64bit
Optical Drive
DVD-ROM
DVD Writer
CD-ROM
Blu-ray Writer
Battery
Battery Life 5h
Connection
Wi-Fi Standard 802.11 b/g/n/ac

HP Omen Philippines: A Budget Laptop with Solid Specs

HP Omen is one of those budget gaming laptops that you get what you pay for. It is a capable machine that can play graphics-intensive games and has a solid performance on top of its sleek and portable design. Here is a rundown of its specs and features.

Sleek and Light Design

HP Omen’s touchpad is made out of carbon fiber which offers a good feel as you run your fingers on it. Its deck has a smooth black finish with carbon-fiber patterns, which encases the keyboard and the touchpad. What makes it live up to its name is the red lettering found on the bottom of the deck, which does appear like an omen. Also, the blood-red Voodoo Logo is referencing the laptop’s name.

Colorful Display and Clear Audio

The Omen sports a 1920x0180 panel that offers vivid colors and decent brightness. As you play high-end games, you will see the details appear sharp. The Omen is also equipped with top-of-the-line speakers and a subwoofer that is good enough to fill a small room with audio. As you listen to music or play games, you will definitely hear the sounds of instruments clearly.

Impressive Keyboard and Touchpad

Aside from the red backlighting that looks inviting, the Omen’s keyboard also offers a decent typing experience. Its build is perfect, while the noise it creates isn’t loud, unlike other similar laptops. As for the touchpad, it has a grainy texture that offers a nice feel when you rub your fingers against it. Plus, it has a wide dimension that is perfect for performing multitouch gestures such as pinch-zoom.

Perfect for Gaming

HP Omen works well with graphics-intensive games like Mass Effect: Andromeda; all thanks to its Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 GPU and 2 GB of VRAM. For gaming, expect that this laptop will offer frame rates, ranging from 30 fps to 60 fps, without experiencing any issues. Also, with its powerful hardware, expect that there will be no serious stuttering or too much motion blur.

Decent Battery Life and Software

The Omen can last up to 5 hours if used for games and web surfing continuously. It also comes with preloaded software such as Recovery Manager and Orbit which enable you to move files from your laptop to your mobile device or vice versa.

Reviews of HP OMEN

hothardware.com
Reviewed on 2015-02-26
Killer looks, Gamingfriendly programmable keys, Extrawide trackpad, Customizable lighting, Good performance
Fans can get noisy
HP acquired VoodooPC back in 2006, bringing the creative genius of owner Rahul Sood into its fold and ensuring that its gaming lineup of desktop PCs and Laptops would get a lot more style and attitude. Sood and HP eventually parted ways, but the ghost of ...
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notebookcheck.net
Reviewed on 2015-01-24
Compact, flat and light, Nice design, convincing materials, Impeccable build quality, Exclusive and nice illumination effects, Very good keyboard, Premium wireless adaptor (5 GHz, ac) with great signal quality, Configurable multi-colored keyboard illumina...
Surfaces attract fingerprints, Touchpad sometimes does not recognize movements, Very glossy display, Ports hard to reach, Limited accessories, no recovery drives, No maintenance cover, device cannot be opened by non-experienced users, Battery and memory s...
The HP Omen is designed for gamers that want a gaming notebook with a compact and prestigious construction but do not want to waive a high gaming performance. Hardcore gamers that always want to play with the highest settings and more than 40 fps will lik...
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computershopper.com
Reviewed on 2015-01-13
Sleek design, Dedicated macro keys, Customizable LED backlighting, Extra-wide touch pad
Rear-mounted ports are inconvenient, Ethernet uses USB adapter dongle, No GPU upgrade option
The HP Omen 15 is also the latest of a growing number of thin (0.8 inch) and light (4.7 pounds) gaming notebooks that bear little resemblance to their bulky desktop-replacement ancestors. It joins a class of systems that include the Lenovo Y50 Touch and M...
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Laptopmag.com
Reviewed on 2014-12-28
Sleek, attractive design, Decent gaming and overall performance, Affordable
Dim display, Sluggish transfer speeds, Below-average battery life, Shallow keyboard
This is one omen you won't mind receiving. After three years, HP is re-entering the gaming-laptop scene with the Omen (starting at $1,699, $2,099 as tested). The 15.6-inch laptop is a font of temptation, offering a slim, lightweight chassis that looks mor...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2014-12-19
Intel Core i7-4710HQ CPU and Nvidia GeForce GTX 860M graphics. PCI-connected storage offers faster performance than SATA-based competition. Touch screen. Programmable macro buttons, extra-wide touchpad, and customizable keyboard backlighting.
Rear-mounted ports are inconvenient. Ethernet requires adapter dongle
Several mainstream PC manufacturers have jumped into the gaming in the last year, with mainstream laptops featuring entry-level components and pricing. These systems generally provide an off-the-shelf notebook that will play current-gen games, but can't c...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2014-12-17
The HP Omen has a bold design, plenty of user customization options, a great keyboard, and something often missing from gaming laptops, a touchscreen
The screen resolution is capped at 1080p, while the competition goes up to 4K. Routing all the ports and heat vents to the rear won't appeal to everyone, and the only graphics card available is decidedly mid-tier
HP has offered a late-in-the-year surprise with the Omen, a new gaming laptop that might be the most inventive PC design to come from that company in years.The Omen arrives at the tail end of what might be the most exciting year in recent history for PC g...
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maximumpc.com
Reviewed on 2014-12-17
Beautiful touchscreen panel, sexy chassis, portable, good thermals.
No harddrive support, troublesome trackpad, not uberpowerful
The word “omen” generally connotes bad juju for most people. For some longtime PC enthusiasts, however, it evokes fond memories of Voodoo PC's old beautiful and powerful desktops. While HP isn't bringing Voodoo PC back from the grave, it hopes to pay homa...
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pcworld.com_techhive.com
Reviewed on 2014-12-10
Runs mostly cool to the touch even when gaming, Surprisingly reasonably priced for its class
Sexy laptop paired with the equivalent of pants pulled up over waist in power bricks. It's literally a power brick, Finger print magnet lid
Style: That's one thing Voodoo PC had in spades before HP bought the boutique builder a few years back. In the shadow of a nationwide economic recession, consumers' appetite for high-end gaming machines went on a long pause, and Voodoo soon vanished into ...
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mobiletechreview.com
Reviewed on 2014-12-01
Boutique looks and build quality, extremely thin and light, good performance in games, and for other demanding tasks, lovely 1080p display
All ports are on the rear-- tidy but inconvenient
This is a touch screen, a near must for Windows 8.1 and its touch-centric Metro UI and Charms menu. Using Windows 8 without a touch screen is like racing a 3-legged horse. Of course, there are those of you who boot straight to the desktop and avoid most a...
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goodgearguide.com.au
Reviewed on 2015-03-16
Excellent screen, Relatively thin and light for a gaming notebook, PCIe based solid state drive
We couldn't find extensive control settings for the wide touchpad, Palm rest tends to get warm during gaming sessions
HP's high-performance consumer laptop is the one called Omen. Specifically, it's a 15.6-inch laptop that's made to entice the gaming crowd, though it doesn't look like a big and bulky gaming laptop. Instead, a thin chassis with a wedge design gives the Om...
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gizmodo.com.au
Reviewed on 2015-01-19
Interesting looking device, Incredibly fast boot, Customisable gaming macro keys
Compromises on being a gaming laptop and a productivity laptop, Poor battery, Hefty Australia Tax
Laptops are about compromise. You can't fit everything inside. Thin machines always mean less processing power, or maybe less battery life. If you ask me, the HP Omen makes the wrong compromises. But gosh, does this gorgeous gaming laptop do so many thing...
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cnet.com.au
Reviewed on 2014-12-18
The HP Omen has a bold design, plenty of user customization options, a great keyboard, and something often missing from gaming laptops, a touchscreen
The screen resolution is capped at 1080p, while the competition goes up to 4K. Routing all the ports and heat vents to the rear won't appeal to everyone, and the only graphics card available is decidedly mid-tier
HP has offered a late-in-the-year surprise with the Omen, a new gaming laptop that might be the most inventive PC design to come from that company in years.The Omen arrives at the tail end of what might be the most exciting year in recent history for PC g...
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gadgetguy.com.au
Reviewed on 2014-12-09
Lovely premium build quality and feel; Unique design; Specs made for gaming, with options for 16GB RAM, 4GB graphics, and 512GB SSD; Speakers that go the full depth of the body; Full HD touchscreen; Massive spacious touchpad and great keyboard with nice t...
Mediocre to pointless battery life: four hours if you're doing very little, and even less if you are, or roughly one to two hours for anything fun; Fingerprint magnet;
HP returns to the gaming sector with a new laptop aimed at giving hardcore game lovers something new to pine over. Does it work, and is the Omen a sign of things to come for HP?Gamers need computers too, and if the idea of a fast gaming machine without th...
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cybershack.com.au
Reviewed on 2014-12-03
Runs new games pretty well, Great trackpad and keyboard, Lovely screen,
Expensive, Short battery life, Back ports can be a little inconvenient,
Traditionally, omens come in one of two varieties: good or bad. Considering the beefy specifications HP has outfitted the Omen 15 with, I'm inclined to believe it's one of the former. My review model boasted the following impressive internals:Intel Core i...
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thunderbaylive.com
Reviewed on 2014-12-17
Lisa Gade demos gaming on the HP Omen 15. Games tested includes Civ V, Crysis 3 and Battlefield 4. Check out our full video review of the HP Omen 15...
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thunderbaylive.com
Reviewed on 2014-12-16
Lisa Gade reviews the HP Omen 15, a thin and light gaming laptop with a new and stylish design. The Omen starts at $1,500 and it has a quad core Intel i7-4710HQ 2.5 GHz CPU with Turbo Boost to 3.5 GHz. The 4.68 lb. 0.78” think laptop is clad in metal and ...
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