The issue with the previous Omen 15 was HP attempted to make the laptop appeal to a broader audience, which made it look rather boring. Thankfully, the company attempted to hit a middle ground between a standard black slab of plastic and an aggressive-looking gaming machine. There are only a handful of red accents used and the overall design doesn’t scream “gamer.”
Because the company is rocking a plastic construct, there are a few flex points, most notably in the top half with the display. It would be easy to twist the screen and you wouldn’t want to place anything heavy atop of the unit. The keyboard base feels sturdy (thanks to a coating of aluminum), and the laptop is put together well.
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