The new Omnia-book

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At a glance: How well is this COMMODORE BOOK tailored to your needs?

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The Omnia-book offers a large and bright 15.3-inch high-resolution screen and high processing power, all in an extremely thin and light aluminum body, with a 99 Wh battery and flexible USB-C charging.

With a thickness of less than 20 mm and a weight of 1.6 kg, the Omnia-book is a high-quality, highly portable business ultrabook, perfect for professional or private use. Thanks to the Intel Core Ultra 7 155H, it offers fast computing power ideal for software developers and media professionals.









Product features

Very light all-aluminum chassis

With a matte-black or silver-grey aluminum chassis and an unobtrusive, elegant design, the Omnia-book is a stylish eye-catcher, perfect for use at home, in the office, at a business meeting, or in your favorite café.

The completely redesigned Omnia-book transitions from its predecessor’s extremely lightweight plastic/magnesium alloy enclosure to a more robust and premium-feel all-aluminum case, while maintaining almost the same weight of only 1.6 kg and a stylishly ultra-slim design with a total height of less than 20 mm!

Despite its compact dimensions of just 342 x 238 mm, the 15.3-inch Linux notebook not only features a full-size, quiet keyboard with a four-column number pad and large arrow keys positioned for ergonomic comfort, but also provides a choice between the classic ISO keyboard layout and the ANSI layout more common in the United States.

Two 7 mm slim fans and two heatpipes beneath the surface ensure that this lightweight business companion remains quiet and cool under light loads, while also maintaining consistent performance levels of up to 60 watts at maximum fan speed.

Bright 15.3-inch display for work and multimedia

The Omnia-book features a new 15.3-inch display, bridging the gap between the compact 14-inch screen and the slightly larger 16-inch format.

With a high-definition resolution of 2560×1600 pixels in a 16:10 aspect ratio, a smooth refresh rate selectable between 60 or 240 Hz, and 100% sRGB color space coverage, the 330 x 207 mm screen is ideal for demanding work and multimedia use. The 500-nit brightness ensures better readability in bright indoor or outdoor environments.

The display lid, tiltable up to 180°, offers maximum flexibility for all types of laptop stands, while the 1080p webcam’s privacy shutter prevents unauthorized access.

Maximally large 99 Wh battery for 10 hours video playback

The Omnia-book is designed to offer the best possible balance between a reasonably sized screen and maximum mobility. This Linux business ultrabook features a 99 Wh battery, the maximum allowed for carrying a laptop on an airplane. This battery provides the Omnia-book with up to 8 hours of web surfing and about 10 hours of local video playback with reduced display brightness (~150 nits).

To recharge the battery and fully utilize the CPU’s performance, the laptop comes with a handy 100-watt USB-C power adapter, which can be connected to the left USB-C port or the Thunderbolt 4 port on the back of the laptop.

For energy-saving operation, we recommend our preset and optimized power profiles, along with the manual settings for CPU power limit control (TDP) in our COMMODORE Control Center, developed in-house and preinstalled on your COMMODORE laptop.


Despite its compact footprint of 34.2 x 24.5 cm, the 15.3-inch Linux laptop integrates a fully-sized, quiet keyboard equipped with a four-column number pad and large arrow keys in offset position for better ergonomics. The glass precision touchpad measures 12.3 x 7.8 cm and has a pleasantly smooth surface for convenient navigation on the go.

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Intel Core Ultra 7 155H with 16 cores!

High operating speed in an ultra-thin enclosure: Featuring 16 processor cores (6 performance-optimized cores, 8 energy-efficient cores, and 2 ultra-low-power cores), the Intel Core Ultra 7 155H is a fast upper mid-range processor that accelerates demanding tasks like software development or content creation.

With a Thermal Design Power (TDP) of 20 watts (minimum) up to 115 watts (maximum Turbo), actual performance depends on the laptop’s cooling solution. The Omnia-book, with its ultra-thin and light chassis, prioritizes uncompromised mobility, targeting sustained power of 60 watts at full fan speed, 15 watts more than its predecessor.

Our tip: Lowering the power limit to 45-50 watts in the COMMODORE Control Center can greatly enhance fan acoustic comfort for focused work in the office or at home.

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Intel Arc graphics

The new Intel Arc graphics integrated into the processor handles all graphics rendering and display output. With 8 Xe graphics cores and a clock speed up to 2.25 GHz, this energy-efficient GPU offers more than enough power for everyday tasks.

Twice as fast as its limited predecessor (Intel Xe graphics), the Intel Arc graphics matches the AMD Radeon 780M, allowing for light casual gaming at low to medium detail settings in 1080p resolution – but please, only after hours. Note that the Omnia-book is not a gaming notebook! The GPU can barely run the latest demanding AAA PC games, sometimes not even on the lowest settings and resolutions. If you seek high graphics performance for productivity and sophisticated gaming in the display’s native resolution within a similarly thin form factor, consider the Omnia-book Gen9. However, be aware that this comes with significantly increased fan noise.

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Very light all-aluminum chassis

34.2 x 2 x 23.8 cm | 1.6 kg

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Brand new, bright 15.3-inch display

2560 x 1600 | 500 nits | 240 Hz

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Maximally large 99 Wh battery

Up to 10 hours of runtime

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8 TB SSD and 96 GB RAM

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3 external monitors and USB-C charging

Thunderbolt 4 | HDMI 2.1 | 5x USB-A

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