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The all new HP’s Star Wars Special Edition Laptop

The whole world knows Star Wars is very popular American film created by George Lucas. The Star Wars franchise shows the galaxy having battle between good and evil. And the well known laptop manufacturer HP has created a laptop, it’s not just a laptop but a Star Wars Special Edition laptop. HP Star Wars laptop is specially designed take on well known HP Pavilion series of mainstream laptops. The chassis is a standard HP Pavilion 15-inch laptop.

HP star wars laptop

Design
By the looks, you will see its like a standard HP laptop. The company describes it as a battle-worn, distressed design. The Darth Vader, Stormtroopers and other Star Wars characters are featured on the laptop box, back cover and interior tray, having a very evil look. The hard drive comes with collection of images and assets from 40-year history of Star Wars, including 1,100 images, Star Wars Windows themes, icons and sounds.  The touch pad is decorated with the heads-up display from Luke Skywalker’s Death Star trench run. Then there’s that Aurebesh font, with the words “Galactic Empire” emblazoned across the hinge. The standard Recycle Bin has been replaced with a Death Star icon.

HP Star Wars Laptop

Specifications
Moving on to the specifications, the machine comes with a 15.6″ display with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 with touch as an option. You will get Intel Core i5 & Core i7 6th-Gen processors. Also, you will be having RAM up to 12 GB and HDD up to 2 TB. For better sound, Bang & Olufsen is installed as standard.

HP Star Wars Laptop

This isn’t a gaming system, which is a bit of an odd choice, but you can add some mid level optional graphics to it, topping out at the Nvidia GeForce 940M GPU. That’s good enough for low-to-medium settings for most current games.

HP Star Wars Laptop

The HP Star Wars laptop starts at $699 in the US. It can be pre-ordered on October 8, and it ships November 8.
Source: Internet | Update : Bond High Plus

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