The Pavilion Gaming 16 you see here, meanwhile, is HP’s first 16-inch gaming laptop. It’s clearly meant for those who don’t expect to travel often, even with a footprint reportedly closer to that of a 15-inch computer. You can opt for up to a 10th-gen Intel Core i7 as well, although the cost-conscious design is apparent with the 1080p 144Hz display and graphics that top out at the RTX 2060 Max-Q (at least some will use the GTX 1660 Ti).
Both the AMD- and Intel-powered Omen 15 systems are available today at Best Buy and HP for a starting price of $1,000. The Pavilion Gaming 16 will ship sometime late in June for an easier to swallow $800. There will be a slew of matching accessories including a monitor, mice and headset, although they’re largely run-of-the-mill outside of Omen Dyad wired earbuds (below) that pack dual drivers, an inline mic and flat cabling for $50. They’re available now in Europe, although HP didn’t detail US availability.