HP is today launching a dual-screen gaming notebook with an additional screen above the keyboard. The 6-inch 1080p secondary display is designed to be used with a real-time screen reflection function that can cut and enlarge parts of the main screen (such as maps) and allows you to enlarge them while playing. You can also use the screen to chat with friends in Discord, stream videos from YouTube tutorials or simply monitor the performance of the CPU and the GPU.
We have seen many wild game laptops before, but this secondary screen could be useful for some. It's like a giant version of Apple's touch bar, but it acts like a secondary screen, so you can run any application on it. PC players often use dual-screen equipment to watch Twitch broadcasts while playing, or to follow YouTube tutorials, so you can drag your favorite browser to the 1080p thumbnail screen and look away.  The main screen of the new HP Omen X 2S notebook is a 15-inch 1080p panel, with an update frequency of 144Hz or the option to upgrade to a 240Hz model or even a 4K HDR version. As expected in a modern gaming notebook, HP includes the Intel Core i9 8-core processor of the ninth generation of Intel, along with up to 32 GB of RAM and Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Max-Q GPU. HP has developed a special cooling system for the Omen X 2S that includes a liquid metal compound that is applied to the CPU and should help with heat dissipation and performance. The performance of HP claims can be improved by up to 28 percent due to this new thermal solution, but we will have to wait for benchmarks and revisions to really prove that theory.
The Omen X 2S is a thin 22mm with an all-metal chassis, but HP still does not reveal the weight or battery life. The Omen X 2S will be available in June starting at $ 2,099.99.