No matter if it is gaming or just to have an overall workhorse the HP OMEN 17-cb0006na is well suited to both tasks with its high end specifications. The other feature users will love on this model is the large 17.3 inch display which is again both great for gaming or just all around work. Below are some of the benefits and downsides should you choose this model as your next purchase.
 
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Specs:
Processor: Intel Core i7
Memory: 16 GB of RAM
Storage: 512 GB SSD plus 1 TB SATA
Screen: 17.3 Inches
OS: Windows 10
Benefits:

  • The combination of an Intel Core i7 processor and 16 GB of RAM makes this device very well powered and suited to easily handle the highest of workloads
  • Storage space is very plentiful and you get the best of both worlds. The fast performing SSD has 512 GB of space plus the 1 TB SATA gives you plenty of more storage capicity
  • As we mentioned above the large 17.3 inch display is great for gaming or for anybody who just wants lots of viewing space
  • This model comes with one of the highest end graphic cards you will find in a laptop model. The NVIDIA Geforce RTX 2070 has a ton of dedicated memory at 8 GB

Downsides:

  • Are you somebody who is always on the go? If so the bulkiness of this laptop may turn you off as it tips the scales at a very heavy 3 KG
  • If the weight of this device does not turn you off the price just might. Anybody who is on a tight budget will have trouble justifying this price tag for a new laptop model
  • You won’t find features such as touchscreen or a 360 degree hinge on this model

Verdict:
If you are not concerned about price and need one of the highest end laptops on the market this HP model will not disappoint you.
 
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HP OMEN 17-cb0006na Review

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  • October 9, 2020 at 12:04 am
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    One thing I’d really like to say is that before getting more computer system memory, look at the machine in to which it would be installed. In the event the machine is usually running Windows XP, for instance, the actual memory ceiling is 3.25GB. Installing above this would simply constitute any waste. Be sure that one’s mother board can handle the upgrade volume, as well. Good blog post.

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