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HP Omen: Ryzen 7 4800H, 15.6" FHD 144Hz, RTX 2060, 256GB SSD, 8GB RAM $899.99 w/ coupon SMBHOL10

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I think it's the best option so far with the combination of the newest 8 core Ryzen 7 and an RTX 2060.
It's the perfect base to upgrade the RAM and SSD yourself for much cheaper than on the retailers' stores, to make it one of the most powerful laptops for the best price possible.

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Windows 10 Home 64
AMD Ryzen™ 7 4800H (2.9 GHz base clock, up to 4.3 GHz max boost clock, 4 MB L2 cache, 8 cores)
NVIDIA® GeForce RTX™ 2060 (6 GB GDDR6 dedicated)
15.6" diagonal FHD, 144 Hz, IPS, anti-glare, micro-edge, WLED-backlit, 300 nits, 72% NTSC (1920 x 1080) 300 nits 72% NTSC
8 GB DDR4-3200 SDRAM (2 x 4 GB)
256 GB PCIe® NVMe™ M.2 SSD
Integrated 10/100/1000 GbE LAN
Intel® Wi-Fi 6 AX 200 (2x2) and Bluetooth® 5 Combo (Supporting Gigabit file transfer speeds)
200 W Smart AC power adapter
6-cell, 70.9 Wh Li-ion
1 SuperSpeed USB Type-C® 5Gbps signaling rate (DisplayPort™ 1.4, HP Sleep and Charge); 1 SuperSpeed USB Type-A 5Gbps signaling rate (HP Sleep and Charge); 2 SuperSpeed USB Type-A 5Gbps signaling rate; 1 Mini DisplayPort™; 1 HDMI 2.0a; 1 RJ-45; 1 AC smart pin; 1 headphone/microphone combo
1 multi-format SD media card reader
HP Wide Vision HD camera with integrated dual array digital microphone
Audio by Bang & Olufsen; Dual speakers
IR Thermal sensor
Mica silver cover and base, mica silver aluminum keyboard frame
HP Imagepad with multi-touch gesture support
Full-size, island-style, 4-zone RGB backlit, mica silver keyboard and 26-Key Rollover Anti-Ghosting Key technology
14.09 x 9.44 x 0.89 in
5.42 lb
1 year limited hardware warranty (information at www.hp.com/support); 90 day phone support (from date of purchase); complimentary chat support within warranty period (at www.hp.com/go/contacthp)
Software included: McAfee LiveSafe™ Netflix; Biometric Fingerprint Reader

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I think it's the best option so far for a 4800H and a RTX 2060.

Easily upgradeable with 16GB or 32 GB of RAM for $50 or $100 respectively, and a 1TB or 2TB SSD for $100 or $200 respectively.
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I think it's the best option so far for a 4800H and a RTX 2060.

Easily upgradeable with 16GB or 32 GB of RAM for $50 or $100 respectively, and a 1TB or 2TB SSD for $100 or $200 respectively.
Basically where it's been all along.. if you upgrade it's over $1k laptop.. might as well wait for the 30 series (if a primary reason to buy is gaming).. mfg/retail play too many games on pricing. Some can be accounted for in tariffs and the predatory pandemic pricing, but not all..
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Increíble deal, was looking for this, too bad I already bought two G14 s one for me another for my GF.
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Basically where it's been all along.. if you upgrade it's over $1k laptop.. might as well wait for the 30 series (if a primary reason to buy is gaming).. mfg/retail play too many games on pricing. Some can be accounted for in tariffs and the predatory pandemic pricing, but not all..
Yeah, this is not accurate at all. The 1660ti version has been hovering around $1,000-$1,150 all year. I didn't even know the 2060 version was officially out.

This is an incredible steal.
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Basically where it's been all along.. if you upgrade it's over $1k laptop.. might as well wait for the 30 series (if a primary reason to buy is gaming).. mfg/retail play too many games on pricing. Some can be accounted for in tariffs and the predatory pandemic pricing, but not all..
The 4800H + RTX 2060 combo was never found for this price except for the infamous ASUS TUF A15 with the bad thermals problem though.

Sure if you don't want to change anything, this won't do, but if like me you look for a laptop with 32GB and 2TB of SSD (or even 1TB), these options are at outrageous prices usually, because the retailers gouge you for anything above 8-16GB RAM and 256-512GB SSD.
Here you have the smallest amount possible: 8GB RAM+256GB SSD, so you know you haven't lost money if like me you know you are going to upgrade. For instance any laptops with 16GB+512GB SSD are useless in that case, and usually more expensive.

In addition to that, the HP OMEN are apparently decently well built.
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The 4800H + RTX 2060 combo was never found for this price except for the infamous ASUS TUF A15 with the bad thermals problem though.

Sure if you don't want to change anything, this won't do, but if like me you look for a laptop with 32GB and 2TB of SSD (or even 1TB), these options are at outrageous prices usually, because the retailers gouge you for anything above 8-16GB RAM and 256-512GB SSD.
Here you have the smallest amount possible: 8GB RAM+256GB SSD, so you know you haven't lost money if like me you know you are going to upgrade. For instance any laptops with 16GB+512GB SSD are useless in that case, and usually more expensive.

In addition to that, the HP OMEN are apparently decently well built.
No to mention that the 3070 and 3080 laptops will probably be close to 2K+ when they are released so yeah not even a close comparison.

What will be interesting to see are the 3060 variants but the problem is that those laptops will still be 1400-1600 dollars. And availability on all 3XXX chips that will be dicey until 2021. Who knows when we will actually see them out on laptops.
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Basically it would cost $100 more for 1TB SSD and 16GB RAM upgrade than the current deal on Bestbuy has the Ryzen7/1660Ti for $950. Both deals are pretty close. Dont know if you lose warranty on this by putting in an SDD.I would assume putting in 2060 in same chassis would make it run hotter and louder and probably reduce the battery life by an hour or so
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You can actually upgrade to 64 GB of RAM. I have the 1660ti version of this laptop.
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This is a superb deal for the price. Thanks to OP for posting this one. $899 itself is a cheap price for a RTX 2060 Laptop, even with a Quad Core i5 but this one having a 8 Core CPU, 144 Hz 100% sRGB panel display and RTX 2060....superb deal.
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Awesome deal. Definitely better quality over asus Tuf deal we've seen recently at the same price.
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12.6% cash back available as well.
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This is actually a fantastic price for the specs. Kinda surprising coming from HP directly.

One thing to note is it's a heavy beast at nearly 5.5lbs. Not something I'd like to carry around every day.
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Basically it would cost $100 more for 1TB SSD and 16GB RAM upgrade than the current deal on Bestbuy has the Ryzen7/1660Ti for $950. Both deals are pretty close. Dont know if you lose warranty on this by putting in an SDD.I would assume putting in 2060 in same chassis would make it run hotter and louder and probably reduce the battery life by an hour or so
I agree that the deal you mentionned is pretty good too (I almost bought it!) but the 2060 is a bit more powerful than the 1660, (and this shows even more if you play at higher resolutions like WQHD or 4K on an external monitor), so for some it's a dealbreaker.
So for 16GB RAM and 1TB SSD, the deals could be seen as close, but if you want 32 GB RAM (or more) and 2TB SSD (or more, the 4TB SSD exist now), then this one is better for sure since you start $50 cheaper, and you have the RTX 2060.
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Yeah, this is not accurate at all. The 1660ti version has been hovering around $1,000-$1,150 all year. I didn't even know the 2060 version was officially out.

This is an incredible steal.
That's the predatory price collusion at mainly best buy and Amazon all pandemic long. .
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