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HP OMEN Game Stream lets you stream high-end games to a low-end PC remotely

08 January 2018 3

HP didn’t only launch new Chromebooks, Chromebook G2 desktop, new Full HD displays at the CES 2018 but also one interesting gadget that will be loved by gaming enthusiasts. The company launched a streaming platform that allows the game lovers to play virtually from anywhere or from any device as well, providing you have an internet connection.

The OMEN Game Stream by HP is a remote game streaming service based on Parsec’s low latency streaming technology. With the help of this, the users can render PC games on their home HP OMEN PC while streaming and playing games on a lower-end device. One can stream from the same location or remotely as well. For instance, it lets you play high-end PC games from your office while the gaming PC is residing at your home.


This means the heavy duty is being done on the PC which is residing at your office as all the data stays confined to a single machine. So, it’s easy to stream it to a low-end device placed somewhere else, remotely.

HP is advising that users need a minimum of 25Mbps for 1080p60 gameplay and a minimum of 10Mbps for 720p60.

We may receive more technical details on the same when the device will be made available.


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