Unfortunately, this deal is no longer valid
HP OMEN 15.6" FHD IPS 144Hz, 8GB, i5-8300H, 256 M.2+1TB, NVIDIA RTX 2060 Gaming Laptop £999.97 with code (with 2 free games) at Box
575° Expired

HP OMEN 15.6" FHD IPS 144Hz, 8GB, i5-8300H, 256 M.2+1TB, NVIDIA RTX 2060 Gaming Laptop £999.97 with code (with 2 free games) at Box

£999.97£1,199.9717%Box.co.uk Deals
49
Refreshed 23rd Aug (Posted 2nd Aug)

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Update 1
Price Drop Today by another £100 with code OMEN100 - 23rd August
Dropped further than it's recent sale price and includes an extra free game alongside Wofenstein: Young Blood.

For the price this is a pretty respectable little gaming laptop.

3273649.jpg3273649.jpg
  • Intel Core i5-8300H Quad-Core Processor
  • 15.6 Full HD 144Hz IPS Screen
  • Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64-bit
  • 8GB DDR4 RAM
  • 256GB M.2 NVMe SSD + 1TB HDD
  • Dedicated GeForce RTX 2060 6GB Graphics
  • USB3 | HDMI | Bluetooth | DisplayPort
  • RGB Backlit Keyboard

THE BEST NEVER REST

You’ve got places to go, plays to make, and power to proclaim. With the OMEN by HP 15 Laptop, you can play at your best from anywhere - without sacrificing performance. Keep moving and improving your skills on a compact, portable rig designed to deliver desktop-class graphics performance, total immersion, and easy upgradability.

POWER DESIGNED TO PROPEL YOU FORWARD

With NVIDIA® graphics, a high-performance Intel® Core™ processor , and an enhanced thermal solution - you’ve got the power to hone your skills anywhere.

EVERY LAST DETAIL IN YOUR SIGHT

Get lost in an immersive narrow bezel display with breathtaking resolution. A zoned backlit keyboard with 26-key rollover is strategically designed to accelerate your gaming reflexes.

UPGRADE. EXPAND. EVOLVE.

The OMEN 15 Laptop is geared for easy upgrades and maintenance with single panel access to HDD, SSD, and RAM. Plus, take advantage of a generous port selection for your favorite accessories and external displays.

Community Updates

Groups

Top comments
ibnMuhammad_24/08/2019 21:04

Not being funny, just genuinely curious - why one would game …Not being funny, just genuinely curious - why one would game on a laptop with 15/17" small screens rather than build a much more powerful gaming desktop for cheaper? I mean, it's not like you're going to carry your 2.5kg laptop to a coffee shop for gaming... are you? (shock)If you have limited space in the home, such as a tiny dorm-like room in London, then surely a person living in limited space would have bigger issues in life rather than spend £1000 on a laptop? e.g. this pre-built CCL gaming desktop with i5-9400F (hex core), 8gb ram, 128gb SSD + 1tb HDD, GTX 1660 gpu is £662... better cpu; and according to Passmark, the gpu is about the same as the mobile RTX 2060.Or for a superior everything, then this pre-built desktop with Ryzen 5 3600 (6 core, 12 threads) + 16gb 3200mhz ram, 480gb SSD, and RTX 2060 is £800.


Actually people do take their gaming laptops with them to coffee shops (or on holiday or to work or anywhere they might go). That's the whole point of a laptop. People buy these high spec laptops precisely because they are essentially portable versions of desktops. So if they need to plug into a hotel room TV and stream 4k YouTube/Netflix, edit the video they just took on their GoPro, or work on multiple spreadsheets and documents while at work they can do this on a machine that is up to the job. Not everyone is gaming on their laptops all the time but it's nice to be able to when you want to. And if like me you work away from home for weeks or months at a time then it seems like a no brainer to have a powerful laptop rather than a desktop. When I am home I plug my laptop into a gaming monitor and the 15inch screen is no longer a factor.

Also if you get a new laptop every couple of years (much like smartphones) you can recover a lot of the cost by selling the old one. Personally I buy my laptops refurbed in the States whenever I'm there for work or holidays and sell them in the UK, often for the same or more than what I paid for them originally.
49 Comments
Damn
Over 1k for i5?? Pfff
Just got one of these (the 1060 15 inch) and it runs pretty hot so it can get pretty uncomfortable if it’s on your lap. Great machine tho
Dazzla877802/08/2019 19:53

Just got one of these (the 1060 15 inch) and it runs pretty hot so it can …Just got one of these (the 1060 15 inch) and it runs pretty hot so it can get pretty uncomfortable if it’s on your lap. Great machine tho


Look into throttlestop and undervolting if you haven't already, makes the body of the laptop more acceptable
Dazzla877802/08/2019 19:53

Just got one of these (the 1060 15 inch) and it runs pretty hot so it can …Just got one of these (the 1060 15 inch) and it runs pretty hot so it can get pretty uncomfortable if it’s on your lap. Great machine tho


But your lap will be blocking the airflow so not suprising is it?
I bought a cooling pad which keeps my lap cool but the body still gets ridiculous hot.
Tomofife02/08/2019 20:26

But your lap will be blocking the airflow so not suprising is it?

Chewyone02/08/2019 20:24

Look into throttlestop and undervolting if you haven't already, makes the …Look into throttlestop and undervolting if you haven't already, makes the body of the laptop more acceptable


Cheers will have look 🙌🏻
2060 laptop for under £1100 is very good value!
Chewyone02/08/2019 20:24

Look into throttlestop and undervolting if you haven't already, makes the …Look into throttlestop and undervolting if you haven't already, makes the body of the laptop more acceptable


How do you undervolt a laptop? I've only found it possible to do on my desktop for some reason.
BernieSlam03/08/2019 02:11

How do you undervolt a laptop? I've only found it possible to do on my … How do you undervolt a laptop? I've only found it possible to do on my desktop for some reason.


YouTube tutorials help you a lot, it's dead simple. With Intel xtu or throttlestop you just go in and reduce the voltage count by 0.1v+, look online for different users cpus and what they achieve on average. I have an i7 7700hq in an omen c-series and achieved a - 0.14v under volt, dropped temperatures around 15 degree on load, without even changing thermal paste.
Dazzla877802/08/2019 19:53

Just got one of these (the 1060 15 inch) and it runs pretty hot so it can …Just got one of these (the 1060 15 inch) and it runs pretty hot so it can get pretty uncomfortable if it’s on your lap. Great machine tho


To be fair it's not the type of laptop you want on your lap.
instead of this 15.6", better take a 17.3"
Thanks
New GPU but oldish crappy CPU, I don't know why they do this. Still a great deal though, hot from me.
PLEYOR03/08/2019 21:18

To be fair it's not the type of laptop you want on your lap.



No laptop should be on your lap if any of the ventilation slots are underneath.
DJSyko23/08/2019 18:21

New GPU but oldish crappy CPU, I don't know why they do this. Still a …New GPU but oldish crappy CPU, I don't know why they do this. Still a great deal though, hot from me.



The cpu is in no way bad though, just above the 7700HQ, and a bit behind the 8750H. Keep in mind, hexa-core cpus in these smaller laptops tend to cause heating issues.
Got the 2070 version a few months back. Runs amazingly well but does get hot. Purchased a cooling pad for it and it's been alot more efficient since.
Not being funny, just genuinely curious - why one would game on a laptop with 15/17" small screens rather than build a much more powerful gaming desktop for cheaper? I mean, it's not like you're going to carry your 2.5kg laptop to a coffee shop for gaming... are you?

If you have limited space in the home, such as a tiny dorm-like room in London, then surely a person living in limited space would have bigger issues in life rather than spend £1000 on a laptop?

e.g. this pre-built CCL gaming desktop with i5-9400F (hex core), 8gb ram, 128gb SSD + 1tb HDD, GTX 1660 gpu is £662
... better cpu; and according to Passmark, the gpu is about the same as the mobile RTX 2060.

Or for a superior everything, then this pre-built desktop with Ryzen 5 3600 (6 core, 12 threads) + 16gb 3200mhz ram, 480gb SSD, and RTX 2060 is £800.
Those hinges look fragile!
Is this better than the deal I posted with a trade in and £300 off for this:

currys.co.uk/gbu…tml

Seems you get a better GPU in the one posted here but older CPU and less SSD memory...so just curious which one is better overall deal?
for that price, only 8gb ram, 256gb ssd and i5?... what a rip off.

Enjoy heat throttling lol
That looks damn good.
ibnMuhammad_24/08/2019 21:04

Not being funny, just genuinely curious - why one would game …Not being funny, just genuinely curious - why one would game on a laptop with 15/17" small screens rather than build a much more powerful gaming desktop for cheaper? I mean, it's not like you're going to carry your 2.5kg laptop to a coffee shop for gaming... are you? (shock)If you have limited space in the home, such as a tiny dorm-like room in London, then surely a person living in limited space would have bigger issues in life rather than spend £1000 on a laptop? e.g. this pre-built CCL gaming desktop with i5-9400F (hex core), 8gb ram, 128gb SSD + 1tb HDD, GTX 1660 gpu is £662... better cpu; and according to Passmark, the gpu is about the same as the mobile RTX 2060.Or for a superior everything, then this pre-built desktop with Ryzen 5 3600 (6 core, 12 threads) + 16gb 3200mhz ram, 480gb SSD, and RTX 2060 is £800.


Actually people do take their gaming laptops with them to coffee shops (or on holiday or to work or anywhere they might go). That's the whole point of a laptop. People buy these high spec laptops precisely because they are essentially portable versions of desktops. So if they need to plug into a hotel room TV and stream 4k YouTube/Netflix, edit the video they just took on their GoPro, or work on multiple spreadsheets and documents while at work they can do this on a machine that is up to the job. Not everyone is gaming on their laptops all the time but it's nice to be able to when you want to. And if like me you work away from home for weeks or months at a time then it seems like a no brainer to have a powerful laptop rather than a desktop. When I am home I plug my laptop into a gaming monitor and the 15inch screen is no longer a factor.

Also if you get a new laptop every couple of years (much like smartphones) you can recover a lot of the cost by selling the old one. Personally I buy my laptops refurbed in the States whenever I'm there for work or holidays and sell them in the UK, often for the same or more than what I paid for them originally.
But is it 2060 or 2060 maxQ there is a big difference
Beynonator24/08/2019 00:16

Got the 2070 version a few months back. Runs amazingly well but does get …Got the 2070 version a few months back. Runs amazingly well but does get hot. Purchased a cooling pad for it and it's been alot more efficient since.


Does it get hot when just in windows using browser using youtube? or does it only hot when 3d gaming?
Edited by: "snappokerman888" 25th Aug
I think this model comes with a 2060 Max-Q not a full (laptop) 2060.
Woah!
great find shame there is no 16gb of ram
Only 8gig of ram
quake.ee02/08/2019 18:27

Over 1k for i5?? Pfff


Perfect for a 2060, an i7 would be a waste.
quake.ee02/08/2019 18:27

Over 1k for i5?? Pfff


that i5 is more than enough on a laptop as most models with i7 power/thermal throttle making i5 even faster in most cases, in gaming
Just got the RTX 2070 and the i7 8750h a month ago. The cooling on these leaves a lot to be desired, thing runs 80-92 on the CPU with the GPU slightly lower. Like others have said it's the Max-q version of the GPU these laptops use though they don't widely advertise it as being so. To me they're still absolute powerhouses and will wipe the floor at 1080p and 1440p. Managed to get Doom running 4k with settings maxed between 55-65fps but could have fried an egg on the keyboard and if someone called me they'd think I was standing on the wing of a dreamliner during takeoff with those fans. All in all, great laptop, build quality is actually really sturdy and the screen is great despite being a little dim. Keyboard is top notch and the speakers are some of the best on a laptop. I'd recommend it any day.
If it was 16gb ram this would be fantastic value. Sorted then for the next 4 years at the very least.
ronnie071225/08/2019 11:45

Only 8gig of ram



Which games are unplayable on 8gb but buttery smooth with 16?
AsifIqbalKhokhar25/08/2019 09:00

Is this better than the deal I posted with a trade in and £300 off for …Is this better than the deal I posted with a trade in and £300 off for this:https://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/computing/laptops/laptops/hp-omen-15-6-intel-core-i7-gtx-1660-ti-gaming-laptop-512-gb-ssd-10193666-pdt.htmlSeems you get a better GPU in the one posted here but older CPU and less SSD memory...so just curious which one is better overall deal?


Yes that's a better deal with the trade in. It has a much better CPU and only slightly worse GPU than this.
jaydeeuk125/08/2019 14:22

Which games are unplayable on 8gb but buttery smooth with 16?


Rust lol
The promo code only seems to work on this Omen laptop? Fancied the 16GB variant.
Beynonator24/08/2019 00:16

Got the 2070 version a few months back. Runs amazingly well but does get …Got the 2070 version a few months back. Runs amazingly well but does get hot. Purchased a cooling pad for it and it's been alot more efficient since.


Which cooling pad do you recommend?
arctic_cougar25/08/2019 09:23

Actually people do take their gaming laptops with them to coffee shops (or …Actually people do take their gaming laptops with them to coffee shops (or on holiday or to work or anywhere they might go). That's the whole point of a laptop. People buy these high spec laptops precisely because they are essentially portable versions of desktops. So if they need to plug into a hotel room TV and stream 4k YouTube/Netflix, edit the video they just took on their GoPro, or work on multiple spreadsheets and documents while at work they can do this on a machine that is up to the job. Not everyone is gaming on their laptops all the time but it's nice to be able to when you want to. And if like me you work away from home for weeks or months at a time then it seems like a no brainer to have a powerful laptop rather than a desktop. When I am home I plug my laptop into a gaming monitor and the 15inch screen is no longer a factor. Also if you get a new laptop every couple of years (much like smartphones) you can recover a lot of the cost by selling the old one. Personally I buy my laptops refurbed in the States whenever I'm there for work or holidays and sell them in the UK, often for the same or more than what I paid for them originally.


Hi, where do you buy refurbed in the US?
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text