Great news for Star Wars’ fans, as the new Star Wars Special Edition Notebook from HP has just landed and is now up for pre-order. If you like Star Wars you will love the new HP Star Wars Notebook. Created specifically for Star Wars enthusiasts with a Galactic Empire-inspired design, commanding Intel Core processor, and extensive collection of rare Star Wars content, you won’t be able to resist the power of the dark side.
The notebook comes with over 1000 images, that’s almost 40 years of Star Wars history with “concept art” created by Lucasfilm artists before the films were made, a collection of storyboards which were actually used to guide filming, and behind-the-scenes photos, set designs, costumes, models, and more.
Type like you’re a citizen of Coruscant. Aurebesh, the Galactic Base Standard language, comes loaded in the font library of the Star Wars Special Edition Notebook. Replace standard notifications with iconic Star Wars sounds including R2-D2 and lightsabers. Choose among Star Wars themed wallpaper collections including black and white stills, ships, Tatooine, and more.
The Windows 10 powered Star Wars notebook packs a 15-inch Full HD display with a touchscreen option, Intel Core processors, red backlit keyboard, and Audio by B&O PLAY, you’ll revel in its galaxy-spanning power. Be prepared to surrender all of your senses. You also have the option of NVIDIA GeForce 940M 2GB Discrete Graphics, up to 12GB of RAM and up to 2TB 5400rpm hard drive.
The HP Star Wars Special Edition Notebook is customizable and can be pre-ordered directly from HP.com, shipping from planet Coruscant is expected to start on October 26th. The base model starts at $699.99 (~£450 – €610 – $960 AUD) (Intel Core i5 processor+ Intel HD Graphics 520 with 6GB RAM and 1TB hard drive, or if you need more power to defeat the imperial army you can opt for the top end model, priced at $1069.99 (~£690 – €935 – $1465 AUD) for (6th Gen Intel Core i7-6500U Dual Core Processor + NVIDIA GeForce 940M 2GB Discrete Graphics, 12GB RM and 2TB hard drive).