HP has been an active participant in the realm of gaming laptops for quite some time now. The brand has now launched the HP Victus 16 series of gaming laptops in India. These laptops are powered by the AMD Ryzen 7 processors alongside Intel 11th Gen chipsets as well. Customers can choose a particular variant as per their preference and go-to choice.
While the HP Victus E series of laptops will run on AMD Ryzen 7 processors, the Victus D will run on Intel chipsets. This is the main point of difference between the two laptops in the series. Additionally, both the laptops will run on Nvidia Geforce RTX 30 series GPUs. Also, they will feature big 16.1-inch displays for an immersive gaming experience. Both the laptops were announced back in May globally. It is good to see the laptops finally coming to the Indian market now.
HP Victus 16 Series D, Series E Price And Availability
The HP Victus 16 E series price in India is set at Rs. 64,999 and above. On the other hand, the HP Victus 16 Series D price in India will start at Rs. 74,999. When it comes to the availability of the two gaming laptops, the Victus E will is available on Amazon. Meanwhile, the Victus D gaming laptop will be available via Reliance Digital. Moreover, the brand new Victus range of laptops will be available in the Mica Silver and Performance Blue colour options.
HP Victus 16 Series D, Series E Specifications
Starting off, both the HP Victus 16 series gaming laptops will feature full-HD+ displays. Additionally, both the laptops will come with a super fast 144Hz refresh rate. Moreover, the laptops will sport Bang & Oulfsen speakers and backlit keyboards as well. Both the laptops will come with 5 way airflow system along with bigger vents, fan size and a longer fin length to support his. All of this together offers users with a better thermal efficiency on the laptop. The company will also put in their proprietary OMEN Gaming Hub on both the laptops. This will allow all the gamers out there to customise a couple of things here and there on the gaming front.
The HP Victus 16 E series laptop will come be powered by the AMD Ryzen 5 5600H and Ryzen 7 5800H CPUs. When it comes to the GPU, the laptop will carry the powerful Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 6GB dedicated graphics card. Users will also have the option to go for AMD’s Radeon RX5500M graphic card variant. Moreover, the laptop will come with up to 32GB DDR4 RAM and 512GB of PCIe storage.
Meanwhile, the HP Victus 16 D series laptops will come with the 11-th Generation Core i7 11300H or Core i7-11800H processors from Intel. On the GPU front, they will be powered by the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 6GB dedicated graphics card. Additionally, similar to the Victus E, customers can also choose up to 32GB of RAM on these devices. Furthermore, the RAM will pair up with a sole 512GB PCIe SSD. Moreover, the Victus D comes in only the Performance Blue colour option.
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