Two weeks after NVIDIA took the wraps off its GeForce RTX 30 lineup of high-end gaming cards, HP is already fully prepared to take advantage of the newly introduced component breakthroughs – just in time for the traditionally competitive but very shopping-intensive holiday season. Cue the introduction of the 2020 HP Omen 30L models meant to succeed the firm’s previous-best Windows gaming towers. This new family offers hardware all the way up to NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX 3090 – assuming you can afford it, that is. Because, to be honest, with an introductory price of $1,500, the HP Omen 30L series does not appear to be too impressive in the accessibility department, which is simultaneously unsurprising and yet difficult to swallow seeing how much more competitive HP Omen products tend to be in nearly every other product category. The current shortages of NVIDIA’s second-gen ray-tracing GPUs obviously do not apply to enterprise clients, which is why pretty much every single configuration of the HP Omen 30L is scheduled to become available to buy in the U.S. in time for the holiday season. In the CPU department, HP intends to offer both Intel and AMD’s latest tech, wheareas RAM will be capped at the expected 64GB mark. For more up-to date technology news kindly check out our tech news category or follow us on Facebook!