HP today unveiled its Star WarsTM Special Edition Notebook to deliver an incredible experience for fans around the world. "The Force Awakens." is the new movie in the Star Wars franchise that is under production and will released soon.
"We are thrilled to be the only PC vendor collaborating with Disney and Lucasfilm to create a one-of-one-kind notebook for a great Star Wars experience on a PC." said Ketan Patel, director, Personal Systems, PPS, HP India.
Inspired by the Galactic Empire, the Star WarsTM Special Edition has a "battle-worn" distressed design with "Galactic Empire" written in the unique Star Wars Aurebesh font on the hinge and an iconic Storm Troopers on the keyboard deck. The Notebook has a battery life of upto 7 hours with optional touch in a 15.6 inch Full HD diagonal display. The Windows 10 notebook comes with the latest Sixth generation Intel Core i5-iii Processor .
The notebook has an optical drive for customers to enjoy all their Star Wars movies. B&O Play audio with dual speakers ensure a bold sound experience for movies and music. Customers can opt for an optional Star WarsTM Special Edition Wireless Mouse and a special Edition Sleeve (6).
Through the notebook, users will be able to access unique collection of content with over 1,100 images spanning 40 years of Star Wars history. Content includes extraordinary behind-the-scenes images, storyboards, artwork, classic photos, set and costume designs, and audio selections.
Customers can view original movie posters in Collections or explore the Concept Art section to view Lucasfilm art that guided movie development including early ideas on characters, costumes and settings. Illustrated Art celebrates Star Wars with artwork from black and whites to comic book art. Customers can also access the first Marvel Star Wars comic in the series, e-book excerpts from the Star Wars Universe and Star Wars movie trailers. All the features are there on the desktop.
The Star Wars special edition notebook will be available at a price of Rs. 73,000 and will be available from 20th November 2015.