ADATA has announced that its new lineup of XPG products will be presented inside the virtual product exhibition — MERAVERSE — under the themes of XTREME GAMING, XTREME MODDING, and XTREME STYLE. Let’s browse what will be displayed during the virtual exhibition with an Adventure Game format.


The XPG Alpha wireless gaming mouse will be showcased in the XTREME GAMING area. It features a comfortable grip, 60-hour maximum battery life, and RGB customization via XPG PRIME. With an emphasis on ergonomics, the mouse heightens the balance between form and function.

Aside from that, the XPG VAULT gaming mouse will be displayed too. It comes with a built-in solid-state drive and XPG game launcher for saving game data onto the mouse, as well as a built-in 1TB SSD with a transfer rate of up to 958 MB/s.


Moving on to the XTREME MODDING sector, the XPG SLAYER RGB DDR5 and XPG CASTER RGB DDR 5 gaming memory are the highlights. The former comes with a triangular embossed shape combined with vividly RGB light effects, and dual mirror and matte surfaces while the latter features flawlessly integrated RGB lighting with a tungsten gray color scheme to provide a futuristic look.

Furthermore, gaming components such as the XPG CYBERCORE platinum series power supply, XPG VENTO PRO 120 PWM fan, XPG BATTLECRUISER PRO full-tower chassis, and the latest XPG SSDs will all be on display in the exhibition as well.


ADATA also includes the latest XPG MERA EDITION GEAR limited-edition gaming peripherals such as headsets, mice, mouse pads, and a special-edition keyboard.  The MERA’s limited-edition XPG MAGE gaming keyboard boasts a unique design and color scheme. Also to be unveiled is the XPG SLINGSHOT gaming mouse that sports a PMW 3360 sensor alongside the XPG PRECOG S gaming headset, which is equipped with 50mm drivers for high-quality sound audio and is designed for long session comfort.


What’s more, ADATA is offering a new series of DDR5 memory for creators — the ADATA ACE — which will available in two variants including a DDR5 module capable of 6400 MT/s and a DDR4 module capable of 3600 MT/s. The ADATA ACE 6400 DDR5 features built-in On-Die ECC and a PMIC that can self-correct errors generated.

There are also the latest SSDs: the LEGEND 960 and LEGEND 850, both of which support PCIe 4.0 and offer sustained read/write speeds of up to 7,400/6,800 MB/s and 5,000/4,500 MB/s respectively.

For more information on the ADATA MERAVERSE virtual exhibition, kindly refer to the following link.


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