HP unveils Star Wars Special Edition gaming notebook

HP unveils Star Wars Special Edition gaming notebook

HP has unveiled one more product after the massive launches of the past few days and this time we are dealing with a new gaming notebook called Star Wars Special Edition. The new gaming notebook is obviously dedicated to the upcoming Star Wars: Episode VII: The Force Awakens movie and that’s why it comes with a chassis that is covered in images of stormtroopers and the X-Wing Star Fighter Guidance System.

Inside the HP Star Wars Special Edition notebook is based on Intel Core i5 and Core i7 Skylake processors and has a 15.6-inch Full HD display (1920 x 1080 pixels), GeForce GTX 940M graphics, support for up to 12 GB of system memory, up to 2 TB of hard drive storage, an optical DVD drive, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and Bang & Olufsen sound. The notebook runs Windows 10 with special Star Wars effects and also offers a number of other optional Star Wars items and additions for all hardcore fans of the Star Wars saga.

The HP Star Wars Special Edition notebook will be on the market on November 8. In Europe the notebook will sell for EUR 799.99.

Source: HP

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