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HP Omen OLED monitor set to launch at CES

HP's HyperX and Omen brands plan to expand their lineups with a few new gaming products at CES 2024. Besides gaming peripherals such as keyboards, headsets, mice and controllers, HP's gaming brands are also launching a new 4K OLED gaming monitor and new laptops.

According to Windows Report, there's a lot to expect from HP's gaming brands at CES in January. Starting with the laptops, HP's Omen will reveal the Transcend 14 and a new version of the Transcend 16 upgraded with new Intel Core Ultra CPUs, up to Nvidia RTX 4070 graphics, a new 240Hz OLED screen and AI features.

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Moving on to the new monitor, the Omen Transcend 32  features a 32-inch 4K display, 240Hz refresh rate, and a peak brightness of 1000 nits (HDR). The new display supports AMD FreeSync as well as Dolby Vision. It's also the first gaming monitor with separate switchable USB ports and features a built-in KVM switch. Moreover, it employs the Omen Tempest Monitor cooling technology to minimise burn-in. Its connectivity options include a DisplayPort 2.1, 2x HDMI 2.1 ports, 1x USB-C port (DP Alt mode and 140 W PD), 3x USB-A 3.2 ports, a USB-C 3.2, and 1x USB-C (15W) for communication.

As for peripherals, HyperX is releasing three new HX3D collections: Valkyrie, Werewolf and Nature. Each of these includes themed keycaps, headset toppers and earcups. There's also a new lineup geared towards younger customers. This new series of gaming gear consists of the HyperX Cloud Mini, HyperX Cloud Mini Wireless, and the HyperX Clutch Tanto game controller. These accessories come in various colours and have audio protection below 85dB. While the Xbox-certified controller is only available in black, it's multiplatform compatible.

Lastly, HyperX is also set to launch new Alloy and Rise keyboards, Pulsefire mice and a new Haste 2 Mini.

The Rise is a 75% gasket-mounted keyboard with customisable RGB illumination and a clever ambient light sensor. In addition, they have a variety of top plates (blue, black, white), badge packs, media dial, and hot-swappable switches. As for the Haste 2 Mini, this wireless mouse is designed specifically for on-the-go gaming. Available in black and white, it's 16% smaller than the Haste 2 and weighs only 59g.

KitGuru says: Of all of the new HyperX and Omen products to be revealed at CES 2024, are there any that you would like to test?

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