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HP Omen Transcend 14 - 120hz VRR OLED (4060 & 155H)

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Today Leo checks out the latest HP Omen Transcend 14 Laptop. The version we reviewed comes with Intel Core Ultra 7 155H and Nvidia RTX 4060 graphics and is priced at £1799 in the United Kingdom.

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00:00 Start
00:40 In the box
01:40 Some details
02:39 Opening the laptop up
03:07 Ports and connectors
03:40 WifI 7 thoughts
04:45 Screen and keyboard
05:30 Software
05:51 Benchmarking
08:17 CPU power consumption
08:28 Gaming
09:24 Battery test
09:43 What does Leo think?

Specification
CPU: Intel Core Ultra 7 155H (6P + 8E + 2LP cores/22 Threads) 45W TDP
Screen 14.0-inch 2.8K (2,880 x 1,800) 120Hz OLED, 400 nits, variable refresh
Graphics: Nvidia RTX 4060 Laptop 8GB and Intel Arc Graphics
Memory: 32GB LPDDR5X-7467 dual channel
Storage: 1TB WD SN810 Gen 4.0
Audio:
Networking: Intel Wi-Fi 7 BE200, BT 5.4, no Ethernet

I/O ports:
1x Thunderbolt 4 Type-C 40Gbps and combo audio jack on left hand side
2x USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-A 10Gbps on right hand side
1x USB Type-C 10Gbps up to 140W charging and HDMI 2.1 on rear

Battery: 6-cell, 5,830mAh, 71Wh Li-Ion
Dimensions 313mm x 233.5mm x 17.99mm
Weight 1.64kg plus 500g for 140W USB-C power supply
Windows 11 Home

Pros:
The 14-inch form factor is compact and light
Lovely OLED display
Wickedly fast Wi-Fi 7 with Bluetooth 5.4
Decent gaming performance

Cons:
The memory is soldered and cannot be upgraded
Single M.2 SSD slot restricts upgrades
Battery life is nothing special

#omen #intel #laptop

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