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XPG to Showcase Latest Breath and Depth of Products at CES 2022

XPG to Showcase Latest Breath and Depth of Products at CES 2022


For the first time in two years, XPG will be on location in Las Vegas to showcase its latest innovation in Xtreme Performance Gear

Taipei, Taiwan – Dec. 22, 2021 – XPG, a fast-growing provider of systems, components, and peripherals for Gamers, Esports Pros, and Tech Enthusiasts, today announces it will be on location in Las Vegas during the 2022 CES show (Jan. 5-8). Under the theme of ‘Dawn of a New Xtreme,’ it will be showing off the latest products from XPG and ADATA including gaming systems, peripherals, accessories, and components, such as the newest DDR5 memory, PCIe 5.0 solid state drives (SSD) and the latest state-of-the-art Platinum PSU. The booth can be found at the Venetian, Titian Ballroom, #2202.

Next-Gen SSD and DRAM Performance

XPG’s and ADATA are gearing up to bring next-generation performance to gamers and other users with its latest PCIe Gen5x 4 SSDs and DDR5 DRAM. At the booth, visitors will get a first look at the XPG LANCER RGB DDR5 and CASTER RGB DDR5 that deliver next-level performance of up to 6000 MT/s and 7000 MT/s, respectively. ADATA’s industrial-grade DDR5-4800 U/SO/R-DIMM memory with on-die ECC & PMIC will also be on display.

In addition, two prototype ADATA PCIe Gen5x 4 SSDs will make a special appearance at the booth. They include ‘Project Nighthawk,’ which sports a Silicon Motion SM2508 controller and is capable of delivering sequential read/write performance of up to 14/12GB/s, and ‘Project Blackbird’ featuring an InnoGrit IG5666 controller and is capable of delivering read/write performance of 14/10GB/s. Both SSDs sports capacities of up to 8TB. ADATA’s new Elite SE920 USB4 external SSD will also be there. The external SSD is capable of transfer rates of up to 40Gb/s and is equipped with a proprietary thermal cooling design that features a built-in fan.

Foundations for Building a ‘Killer’ Gaming PC

Taking your rig to a new Xtreme requires increased power. Following the success of Gold-certified XPG CORE REACTOR PSU, CES will be the ideal launch venue for the latest and most powerful PSU to-date, the XPG CYBERCORE, an 80 Plus Platinum-certified and Cybenetics-certified Power Supply that is ready to take the challenge of power-hungry performances of the upcoming CPUs and GPUs with its 1000W and 1300W configurations respectively. Featuring premium XPG VENTO PRO fans made in collaboration with Nidec, XPG CYBERCORE PSU promises to elevate XPG to become the top PSU maker in the segment.

XPG will also display for the first time a prototype of the XPG BATTLECRUISER PRO, a super ATX full-tower chassis with a four-sided tempered-glass panel design and a software customizable fan and light management logic control built-in.

Rounding up components will be the latest AIO Liquid-cooler of the LEVANTE family, the XPG LEVANTE PRO, featuring a prominent LCD round display that can be fully customized via XPG PRIME Software Ecosystem, equipped with the latest ASETEK liquid cooling solution, and high-end XPG VENTO PRO 120 PWM fans.

Max Control with Latest XPG Peripherals and Accessories

XPG’s complete family of gaming peripherals will be present at the XPG booth. Among them, XPG is launching the ALPHA series of new Gaming mice, featuring its latest grounds-up ergonomic design and a high-performance PIXART PAW3335 optical sensor. The series includes a wireless version with proprietary 2.4 Ghz connectivity when gaming, or a standard Bluetooth connectivity for everyday use, and a wired version, all products featuring compatibility to the XPG Prime Software Ecosystem.

XPG will also let visitors have a peek at its latest concept product called XPG VAULT, a wired USB-C mouse that wants to be “your gaming library, in the palm of your hand”. Current prototype can integrate up to 1TB of Solid State memory running at 985MB/s and a Gaming Launcher software that promises to make your gaming libraries conveniently portable and a higher level of game integration with XPG Prime Software Ecosystem.

Get Gaming and Productive with a Full Lineup of Gaming Systems

XPG’s full lineup of notebooks will be out in force at its booth, including the award-winning 15.6-inch XPG XENIA 15 KC notebook. The device is the result of a design collaboration between XPG and Intel and sports an Intel® 11th Gen Core™ i7 11800H processor and NVIDIA® RTX 3070 graphics. What’s more, for utmost stability and performance, the notebook is equipped with a liquid metal thermal interface solution, 1TB XPG GAMMIX S70 PCIe Gen4 SSD, and 32GB (2x16GB) DDR4-3200MHz high-performance XPG memory. The other systems to be at the show include the 15.6-inch XPG XENIA Xe lifestyle ultrabook based on Intel’s EVO™ platform standard, and the surprisingly light XPG XENIA 14 lifestyle ultrabook with a slim magnesium alloy chassis that weighs in at only 970g (2.2 lbs.), making it the lightest laptop in its size.

Visit XPG and ADATA at CES 2022

Where:                The Venetian, Titian #2202
When:                 Jan. 5-8, 2022

Contact Chris Kuo to arrange a personalized tour of the XPG/ADATA booth.



XPG (XTREME PERFORMANCE GEAR) was established by ADATA to provide high-performance products to gamers, esports pros, and tech enthusiasts. We are committed to developing products that deliver extreme performance and therefore work closely with the gaming and esports community to gain insight into the real needs of users. We provide a full range of products from systems, components, peripherals to devices, and create them with the highest standards of stability, reliability, and performance in mind. We also develop products with sheer cool designs that have earned us several prestigious international awards, such as iF Design and Good Design. Beyond products, we play an active role in sponsoring and supporting esports events and teams globally to realize extreme gaming experiences at the highest levels.

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