HP launches next-gen gaming PC in India, now users will get tremendous gaming boom

HP launches next-gen gaming PC in India, now users will get tremendous gaming boom

The gaming laptop Victus is built with the DNA of HP’s powerful OMEN gaming lineup. It will be available in India in two processor options – AMD Ryzen and Intel Core processors.

The HP Victus Laptop is built with the DNA of HP’s powerful OMEN gaming lineup.

With an aim to expand its gaming PC portfolio, HP on Monday launched its next-generation Mainstream Gaming PC portfolio Victus by HP in India. Powered by AMD Ryzen processors, the price of Victus of HP E series starts from Rs. It will be available on Amazon India. Victus by HP D series laptops powered by Intel 11th processor start at Rs.74,999. This laptop will be available at Reliance Digital stores in the coming weeks.

HP India Market Senior Director (Personal Systems) Vikram Bedi said in a statement, “We are on the verge of a huge gaming boom in India based on the growing popularity of gaming over the past few years. Bedi said, for the youth in India, gaming is becoming a passion like music or any other sport. The new gaming notebook range includes a unique 16-inch laptop design in two attractive colors, Mica Silver and Performance Blue, ideal for both new and experienced gamers.

Laptop will get latest cooling system

Designed for both experienced gamers and explorers. The Victus is built with the DNA of HP’s powerful OMEN gaming lineup. It will be available in India in two processor options – AMD Ryzen and Intel Core processors. Both models offer an accessible, affordable and advanced gaming experience with FHD IPS 144Hz display, audio from Bang & Olufsen, an all-purpose backlit gaming keyboard, powerful Nvidia GeForce RTXTM graphics and a latest cooling system.

Victus may become users’ favorite gaming PC

With pre-installed Omen Gaming Hub, the device offers features like undervolting, performance mode, network booster and system vitals. According to HP India’s Gaming Landscape Report 2021, almost 60 percent of Indian gamers want to spend less than Rs 1 lakh for a gaming PC and the Victus portfolio could be their preferred gaming PC option. The report also suggested that gamers find PC gaming a stress buster and a tool to connect with friends and family.

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