HP’s Omen X gaming notebook lineup completes the new HP Omen X 2S dual-screen device. The traditional IPS screen of the laptop has a diagonal of 15.6 inches. The second screen is located above the keyboard and has a 6-inch diagonal. According to the developers, on the second screen you can run an independent application, for example, a streaming or chat screen, which will be available during the game displayed on the main screen. Also, the user can use the additional screen under a virtual numeric keypad or information window with statistics on system performance, or to display a map of the area / inventory from the game and other things. The Omen X main monitor comes with three resolution options: 1080p 144 Hz, 1080p 240 Hz, and 4K HDR 60 Hz with HDR support. The sub screen has Full HD resolution. The standard laptop keyboard is equipped with RGB-backlight for each key, the touchpad is located on the right side of the keyboard, and not underneath, as in traditional laptops. The thickness of the device does not exceed 22 mm. The body is made of metal. The Omen X hardware is represented by an 8-core Intel Core i7-9750H chip with overclocking up to 5 GHz, an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 Max-Q GPU, 16 GB of DDR4-3200 RAM and 256 GB SSD drives. The cooling system is proprietary and based on the principle of cooling in five directions of air flow, as well as on special thermal grease made of liquid metal. The laptop comes with Windows 10 Home. There is also a premium configuration with a Core i9-9980H processor, an NVIDIA RTX 2080 Max-Q graphics card, 32 GB RAM and 1 TB of main memory. The cost of a laptop with two screens, which will be on sale by the end of the year, starts at $ 2099.