In anticipation of the release of the movie Star Wars: The Force Awakens, HP has presented its new portable Star Wars Special Edition for offer an incredible experience to the fantastic of all the world.
HP offers an incredible Star Wars experience as the only PC provider that collaborates with Disney and Lucasfilm to create a unique notebook in its class, ?said Louis Perrin, director of consumer products for the HP EMEA Printing and Personal Systems Division. "As part of this relationship, we have been able to take advantage of Lucasfilm files to create custom screen savers, wallpapers and sound profiles – configurable by the customer."
Inspired by the Galactic Empire, the portable StarWars Special Edition It has a design that simulates wear after a battle and it is engraved on the hinge Galactic Empire written in the Star Wars Aurebesh alphabet, in addition to the iconic Stormtroopers on the keyboard cover. The touchpad design reflects the trigger system of an X-Wing StarFighter ship and the red-backlit keyboard completes the dark side design.
To offer maximum portability and power, this new notebook has a battery life of up to 7 hours, a 15.6-inch Full HD display and the sixth generation of Intel Core i5 processors. The laptop has 1 TB of HDD, 8 GB of RAM and NVIDIA GeForce 940M graphics (2GB dedicated), making this equipment a great gaming device.
This laptop too It has an optical unit for customers who want to enjoy all their Star Wars movies. With audio tuned by B&O Play and dual speakers, users can have an excellent audio experience while watching movies or listening to music. In addition, customers can complement their notebook with a special StarWars Edition case.
Exclusive Star Wars Experience
The portable Star Wars Special Edition unleash a unique experience through its software, content and audio on a Windows 10 PC. If customers click on the icon of the Imperial Coat of Arms desktop, they arrive at the Star Wars Command Center where they can browse the Laptop's Themes and Galleries.
Users will have access to unique content collections with more than 1,100 images spanning 40 years of Star Wars history. The content includes extraordinary images behind the cameras, graphic scripts, illustrations, classic photos, designs of the sets and audio selections.
Themes offer customization with sound collections, wallpapers and screensavers, giving customers the option to replace the sound of the standard Windows notification for eight categories of iconic Star Wars sounds, including the R2-D2 or the laser sword. Users can choose between different wallpapers, which include collections of planetariums based on film frames to create their own experience.
Las Galeras house the majority of categories where customers can access Star Wars content. Customers can view the original movie posters or explore the Concept Art section to see Lucasfilm's art that guided the development of the movie, including the first ideas about the characters, costumes and settings. Illustrated Art celebrates Star Wars with black and white artworks up to the art of cmic.
The portable Star Wars Special Edition iIt includes more capabilities to improve the customer experience: access to the first Marvel Star Wars comic, excerpts from the Star Wars select e-book and movie trailers. All functions can be easily found on the desktop.
Fantastic fans will appreciate the Star Wars nuances added in the portable Star Wars Special Edition. The Aurebesh font allows you to write in the standard galactic language to get a really attractive Star Wars experience, and you will find the standard font library. Another guide to Star Wars includes replacing the recycle bin with a Death Star icon – not destroyed when it is cow and destroyed when it is full.
In terms of price and availability, the portable Star Wars Special Edition is expected to be available in Spain in October from 799 euros, while the Star Wars Special Edition case will be available in Spain from 39.99 euros.
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