ADATA XPG Announce ALPHA Wired and Wireless Gaming Mice


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Today, ADATA’s XPG division announced the new XPG ALPHA wired and wireless gaming mice. XPG went as far as to survey users’ fingers and hands to develop this simple yet ergonomic design. At the core of the XPG ALPHA are OMRON switches and a Pixart PAW-3335 sensor. Subtle RGB lighting is included and fully customizable via XPG’s PRIME software. The wireless model utilizes 2.4G wireless and Bluetooth technologies for connectivity, features a battery life of up to 60 hours, and is priced at $69.99. The wired version is slightly cheaper at $43.99. XPG claims both models will be available soon, but does not list a timeline. For additional details, see XPG’s press release below.

XPG Launches ALPHA WIRELESS Gaming Mouse

2022 Red Dot Design Award-winning mouse delivers ergonomics, performance, and style

Taipei, Taiwan – May 18th, 2022 – XPG, a fast-growing provider of systems, components, and peripherals for Gamers, Esports Pros, and Tech Enthusiasts, today announces the ALPHA WIRED and WIRELESS gaming mouse.  A 2022 Red Dot Design award winner, the mouse features an ergonomic design, energy-efficient PAW-3335 sensor, and premium OMRON switches for comfort and performance.

XPG ALPHA Wireless Gaming Mouse
XPG ALPHA Wireless Gaming Mouse

Award-Winning Ergonomic Design

The ALPHA gaming mouse sports simple and elegant curved contours with a comfortable grip that reflect XPG’s industrial design language Exoskeleton. This language emphasizes a balance between form and function, ergonomics, and smooth gaming experiences. What’s more, this mouse’s design incorporates data points from a global survey conducted by XPG. For example, the overall width of the mouse is derived from finger measurements collected to create a device with an ideal grip.

Made for the Best Gaming Experience

On the inside, XPG ALPHA will impress too. Equipped with an energy-efficient, high-performance PAW-3335 sensor from Pixart, it provides a range of DPI settings from 100 to 16000 to meet the requirements of all types of games. What’s more, a programmable triangular button at the top of the mouse offers excellent flexibility in connecting to XPG PRIME software. XPG ALPHA is also made to last with premium OMRON switches capable of 60-million clicks. Its connection modes include 2.4G wireless and Bluetooth and it feature up to 60 hours of battery life [1].

The RGB lighting on the ALPHA diffuses light subtly and elegantly via 3 dedicated zones that are independent of each other. Light settings can be stored using 3 customizable hardware profiles or through XPG PRIME software.

Customize with XPG PRIME

XPG ALPHA is a software-programmable gaming mouse, where buttons, DPI settings, and RGB lighting effects can be customized and tailored to each user’s needs. Programmable buttons, button assignments, and Macros settings can be programmed and saved to user profiles for seamless switching between PCs. Learn more about XPG PRIME HERE.

Availability

The XPG ALPHA will be available through Amazon and other online retailers. XPG ALPHA will also be available in a wired variant.

MSRP

  • ALPHA WIRED Gaming Mouse: $43.99
  • ALPHA WIRELESS Gaming Mouse: $69.99

[1] Battery life may vary depending on usage

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Today, ADATA's XPG division announced the new XPG ALPHA wired and wireless gaming mice. XPG went as far as to survey users' fingers and hands to develop this simple yet ergonomic design. At the core of the XPG ALPHA are OMRON switches and a Pixart PAW-3335 sensor. Subtle RGB lighting is included and fully customizable via XPG's PRIME software. The wireless model utilizes 2.4G wireless and Bluetooth technologies for connectivity, features a battery life of up to 60 hours, and is priced at $69.99. The wired version is slightly cheaper at $43.99. XPG claims both models will be available soon, but does not list a timeline. For additional details, see XPG's press release below.

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