At the beginning of the year, the manufacturer Adata, which is actually known for memory, showed a concept mouse with memory for games. Now the XPG Alpha is actually supposed to appear as a wired and wireless variant, but there is no longer any talk of game memory. Instead, there is standard fare at an unknown cost.
Instead of 1000 GB, standard fare is waiting inside
The mouse presented as an XPG Vault should offer up to 1 TB of storage space for video games. The idea: Users could take their own games library with them everywhere. That sounded interesting, but not a word is mentioned again when the finished mouse is presented. What remains is the XPG Alpha. With the help of artificial intelligence, Adata has succeeded in designing the “optimal mouse shape”. The manufacturer promises “a balance between form and function” and a “focus on ergonomics”.
Ultimately, it is a normal right-handed mouse with a thumb rest and three additional buttons. PixArt's PAW-3335 energy-efficient mid-range sensor works inside the XPG Alpha and XPG Alpha Wireless, flanked by Omron microswitches with a specified lifetime of 60 million clicks. The triangular button behind the mouse wheel offers “excellent flexibility”. From the factory, the button is intended for sequentially switching through the sensor resolution.