HP Star Wars Special Edition notebook storms into India for ₹69,990

Eagerly awaiting the launch of Star Wars: The Force Awakens? If you live in India and are looking for a notebook to showcase your affection to the franchise, then you'll be interested in knowing that HP's Star Wars Special Edition notebook is now available in the country for ₹69,990 ($1,060).

HP's Star Wars Special Edition notebook is movie merchandising taken to the extreme, with the notebook featuring a custom design inspired from the original trilogy (thankfully). You get custom fonts, backgrounds, sounds and a Death Star trash icon as well. Also included is the first Marvel Star Wars comic in the series, e-book excerpts from the Star Wars Universe (Admiral Thrawn anyone?) and trailers from the upcoming movie.

As for the hardware itself, you're getting a 15.6-inch Full HD display, 2.3GHz Core i5 CPU, GeForce 940M video card, 8GB DDR3L RAM, 1TB mechanical hard drive, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, and Windows 10 The notebook also offers B&O Play audio (so you can hear every detail of Chewbacca's growls), and a red backlit keyboard.

What else are you waiting for? Head down to Amazon India to get your hands on the Star Wars Special Edition notebook!

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24 Comments
  • Windows hello?
  • Nope
  • Why special mention about mechanical hard drive?
  • I guess most high end laptops have SSD now
  • Touch or no touch
  • Non touch
  • Not everyone will know what b&o is. Might need to explain that. (bang and Olsen)
  • It's Bang & Olufsen
  • They should have made 2 editions: The Sith and The Jedi version.
  • Now that's a Clever idea!!!! They should have also sold this in other countries!!!!
  • I still would take sith, better powers!
  • Price seems to be earthquake. Not storm
  • Yeah. I got Dell 5547, i7 4th Gen, 1tb mechanical hard drive:p, full HD touch display, 8gb ram,2gb amd r7m265 graph and white black lit keyboard. 63k
  • Is there any official Star Wars theme installer for other PC?XD
  • If someone buys this I wouldn't mind the star wars theme, it's just over priced hardware
  • Yeah, I had the chance to test one, bit to high priced for what u get but overall its good and sweet.
  • Looks like bang for bucks!
    Specs are great but is there a dvd drive? And anything additional new features?
  • Bang for Bucks? Really?
  • You got to be kidding... If one is getting core i5 and mid level graphics for USD 1060 then its a joke... and a mechanical hdd, duh. We all know core i7 processor with decent graphics card is very much possible for 1000 bucks that too from a good brand.
  • Agreed - the Lenovo y50 -or whatever it's called now - springs to mind. It's probably so expensive to account for the Disney license fee lol
  • They should have offered a copy of the movie via digital download when available like they did with Nokia N95 8GB and Spider Man....
  • Meh, its HP
  • Exactly they have the worst support ever
    For example my laptop released in 2011 didn't even get any drivers for windows 8 Posted via the Windows Central App for Android
  • Does it have a skylake processor?