HP Omen is HP's gaming brand, and it covers gaming laptops, desktops, monitors and more. Any device bearing the distinctive HP Omen logo has been precision made for discerning gamers.
Best of all, the prices for a number of HP Omen products have been cut for Amazon Prime Day, so if you've been waiting for an excuse to upgrade your gaming setup, now's the perfect time.
Also, make sure you check out our pick of the best Amazon Prime Day gaming laptop deals.
HP OMEN 15-dc1011na 15.6-inch gaming laptop
£1,799.95 £1,439.99 at Amazon
This powerful gaming laptop comes with some of the latest tech – and a lovely £359.96. The Intel Core i7 processor, Nvidia RTX 2070 graphics card and 16GB of RAM means this is a beast of a laptop that can handle any modern game.
HP OMEN 15-dc0003na 15.6-inch gaming laptop
£978 £839.99 at Amazon
If you're looking for a more affordable HP Omen gaming laptop, then this is a great choice thanks to its £138 price cut. You get older graphics, with a GeForce GTX 1050 Ti GPU, but that's still good enough for most recent games.
HP OMEN 15-dc00029na 15.6-inch gaming laptop
£1,262 £999.99 at Amazon
This is a good middle ground between the cheapest HP Omen 15 on sale on Amazon Prime Day and the most expensive. It comes with an Nvidia GTX 1060, which offers plenty of power to play modern games at decent graphical settings - and it comes with a 144Hz screen.
HP Omen Full HD 24.5-inch 144 Hz gaming monitor
£249.99 £174.99 at Amazon
HP's 24-inch FHD gaming monitor comes with AMD FreeSync support, 144Hz refresh rates, and a low 1ms response time. Even better, it's had its price cut by £75 for Amazon Prime Day.
- TechRadar is scouring Amazon and all the major retailers' websites to round up all the top deals on Amazon Prime Day - and we’ve put all the best Prime Day deals in one simple-to-use place to help you find the offers that matter to you.
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