Omen By HP Mindframe News Active Cooling Headset Gaming Gamers eSports Cold Chilling Thermoelectric_Filter

HP-Logo-300-dpi-png-large-high-qualityBeijing, China, May 30, 2018 — During the HP Gaming Festival in Beijing, Omen representatives revealed the new gaming line-up including the new Mindframe headset with active cooling features. While the retail price is still unknown, the release date is set to be roughly in the second half of the year.

Many gamers feel the heat, literally, when they are playing games. There’s even more steam when you’re playing online with others and need to wear a headset to communicate and coordinate with your team. Beneath a thick fabric, your ears can feel uncomfortably hot after a while, and this doesn’t help the performance either, in case you’re playing a competitive game.

Mindframe headset to keep you chilled

HP Omen Mindframe Prototype Press New Product Photo Actively Cooling Gaming HeadsetOmen by HP, stylized as “OMEN,” is Hewlett-Packard’s brand to supply gamers and eSports customers with gadgets and gear. The new HP Omen Mindframe headset features active cooling technology inside the earcup to keep you fresh on your chair, when it get’s hot in the game.

The new Mindframe headset is planned to hit the stores in the second half of 2018, which could mean starting in a month if you’re optimistic about this release date. Unfortunately, the retail price has not yet been disclosed. The currently available OMEN 800 headset is sold for about $80, so some might assume that the Omen Mindframe will be at least a little bit more expensive than that to make up for the cooling function.

With the Mindframe headset, they wanted to offer gamers a comfortable product that also comes with a new kind of thermoelectric cooling which is likely superior at cooling the wearer if compared to passive cooling gel material.


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The other features are visuals. The Omen gear looks nicely designed and stay in the same style across the product portfolio with red and black elements. Of course, no Omen product is complete without the iconic tribal mask icon which is here on the outside of the earcups. When you’re not gaming on your PC, you can also use the USB 2.0 Type-A connector to plug into other media devices.

Leadership insight and more of the new Omen line-up

“Our unparalleled design and engineering prowess is delivering the truly differentiated hardware, software and gear, gamers need to perform at their best,” said Kevin Frost, vice president and general manager, Consumer Personal Systems, HP Inc. “Whether it’s our most powerful OMEN 15 laptop, our new pro-level Sequencer keyboard and Reactor mouse, or our breakthrough Mindframe headset with the world’s first active earcup cooling technology, OMEN is constantly setting new standards for technology that gives gamers an edge.”

Other newly announced HP Omen gaming gear consists of the Omen 15 Laptop, the Sequencer keyboard, Reactor mouse, Transceptor backpack, Mouse 400, Mouse Pad 200, and the alternative version Hard Mouse Pad 200. All of these, except for the Omen by HP Mindframe headset with active cooling, will be available starting from July 2018. You can visit their website for more information.

Photo credit: The product mockup is owned by Omen by HP. The ice crystal background was done by Pezibear.
Source: HP press release
Editorial notice: The quote has been provided by HP as part of a public press release.

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