Adding to the ever growing list of external graphics card docking stations and accelerators, from the likes of Aorus, Zotac, and Razer. HP has this week unveiled their $300 external graphics card solution in the form of the HP Omen External Graphics Accelerator.
Designed to plug into any PC using a Thunderbolt 3 port the external graphics card casing supports cards from either Nvidia or AMD and also includes a storage bay that can accept a 2.5 inch hard drive or solid state drive (SSD).
Other features of the HP Omen External Graphics Accelerator include a 60W charging cable that is capable of providing power to your laptop when the Omen Accelerator is connected, thanks to its 500 watt power supply with 300 watts graphic card support. Other connections include Ethernet jack, 4 x USB 3.0 Type-A ports and a single USB 3.1 Type-C port.
• The OMEN X Compact Desktop provides a factory-overclocked GPU from NVIDIA® and a versatile form-factor, creating the ability to dock and undock quickly for gaming in any room, or attach the desktop to a backpack accessory for an unparalled, untethered VR experience.
• The addition of a backpack accessory to the OMEN X Compact Desktop adds a new dimension of flexibility to the platform, and by expanding the OMEN accessory lineup with a new OMEN mechanical keyboard, a mouse with weight customization, a headset6 with cushioned ear cups to reduce background noise and mousepads designed for precision, HP is bringing attention to every aspect of the gaming experience.
• The new OMEN Desktop offers advanced thermal engineering, a modern powerful design and access to industry standard parts for easy upgradability.
• To round out the OMEN PC lineup, HP is bringing gamers new OMEN 15 and OMEN 17 laptops, with the latest high-performance graphics from NVIDIA® and AMD, high-resolution displays with optional G-Sync™ and FreeSync™ technology7 for fast refresh rates and a single-access service panel.
The HP Omen External Graphics Accelerator will be available to purchase during August priced at $300. For more information on the new Omen jump over to the official HP website for details by following the link below.Filed Under: Hardware, Top News