HP OMEN accessories with Warp Wireless tech lets you cut more cords

Although most PC gamers play on desktops or at least laptops on something flat, that doesn’t mean they don’t mind being enslaved and tied up with cables. Notorious for being demanding on performance and appearances, players will probably prefer to get rid of cables and wires, provided they have the same powerful experience. This is the combination that HP is promising with three new OMEN accessories that come with its Warp Wireless technology to ban wireless lag from wireless configurations.

Audio is easily considered normal in video-centric games, but a missing audio cue can mean the difference between victory and defeat in many competitive games. With 7.1 surround sound without delays and ambient noise cancellation, the HP OMEN Frequency Wireless Headset promises you won’t miss a thing. 30-hour battery life and USB-C charging also mean very little downtime and customizable lighting will make you look good.

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With just a few buttons, the mouse is probably the most used and abused input device in PC games. It is also the one that dies earlier, both with battery and wear and tear, which is why the battery life of 180 HP OMEN Vector wireless mouse seems too good to be true. Omron’s mechanical switches also promise that you’ll need to click a button 50 million times before it finally gives up.

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More than the mouse, the keyboard really defines PC games and some players are hesitant to make the leap to wireless. Offering wired and wireless connectivity, the HP OMEN Spacer Wireless TLK keyboard allows players to easily switch between the two as they prefer. With a detachable magnetic hand rest and MX Cherry Brown switches, the keyboard is also designed for long periods of use, although it is not recommended for your health.

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The OMEN Vector Wireless Mouse is the first of three to go on sale, now available for $ 99.99. The OMEN Spacer Wireless TLK keyboard is still pre-ordered starting at $ 159.99. Unfortunately, you’ll have to wait until December to get an OMEN Frequency Wireless headset, when it will sell for $ 169.99.

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