HP wasn't left behind at the just concluded <em>Gamescom 2019<\/em>, hosted in Cologne Germany. The renowned computer brand showcased its new range of <em>Pavilion<\/em> and <em>Omen<\/em> gaming gear. At their booth, three gear stole the show; <em>Pavilion 15<\/em> gaming laptop, <em>Pavilion<\/em> gaming desktop, and the <em>OMEN X 27<\/em> gaming monitor.\r\n\r\n<em>Pavilion 15 Gaming Laptop<\/em>\r\nThe <em>Pavilion 15<\/em> is iconic as it is the first <em>AMD-powered<\/em> HP laptop. It boasts a the <em>Ryzen 7 processor<\/em> paired together with an <em>NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660Ti, Max-Q GPU<\/em> for seamless gameplay. It can be configured with either a <em>60Hz or 144Hz Full HD 1080p<\/em> display. For smooth online play and content creation, HP included Wi-Fi 5 which supports Gigabyte speeds.\r\n\r\nThe Pavilion gaming laptop sports a sleek design, and thin bezels. At the rear, it features a wide corner vent and large air inlets to enhance airflow for efficient cooling. The Pavilion 15 will be available from September at the HP website and other retailers starting from $800.\r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/twitter.com\/IntelGaming\/status\/1164648023688765440\r\n\r\n<em>Pavilion Gaming Desktop<\/em>\r\nThe Pavilion desktop can be configured with a <em>9th Gen Intel Core i7<\/em> processors or <em>AMD Ryzen 7<\/em>. To take on the GPU hungry titles and programs, you have the option of the <em>NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070<\/em> or the new <em>RTX 2060 SUPER.<\/em> As for RAM, it can support <em>up to 32GB DDR4.<\/em>\r\n\r\nThe Pavilion desktop has a compact design ideal for those looking to save space at the workstation. There are three storage expansion slots. If you want to upgrade the rig in future, no problem, courtesy of the DIY upgradability which allows for easy access to components like the RAM, GPU, network cards, e.t.c. This desktop will be available at the end of this month, starting from $700.\r\n\r\n<em>OMEN X 27<\/em>\r\nThis is an eSports-level gaming monitor based on a <em>27-inch TN panel<\/em> with a <em>QHD (2560 x 1440)<\/em> resolution and can display DCI P3 90% color gamut. The <em>1ms response time<\/em> and <em>240Hz refresh rate<\/em> give you the edge at the battlefield, especially in shooting games. On the other hand, <em>AMD Radeon FreeSync2\u2122 HDR Technology<\/em> eliminates screen tearing, stuttering, and input lag for smooth gameplay.\r\n\r\nRegarding connectivity, the <em>OMEN X 27<\/em> has a single <em>HDMI and DisplayPort<\/em> port as well as two <em>USB 3.0 ports<\/em>. The bezels are ultra-thin, and the entire unit is <em>VESA wall mountable<\/em>. The<em> OMEN X 27<\/em> will be available in September for $650.\r\n\r\nAnd that's not all. HP also unleashed the revamped <em>OMEN Command Center<\/em> which brings onboard new features for seamless integration with OMEN desktops, displays, and accessories.