ADATA and its gaming brand XPG have revealed what they will be showcasing at COMPUTEX 2024, which spans 4 different categories.

Forging the Future of AIThe first one will be ‘AI Computing’ as expected. There will be the XPG DEFENDER WS L smart AI workstation chassis that adds another option to the market when it comes to small-scale HPC systems. The XPG XENIA 15G laptop will be busting up to 96GB DDR5 RAM and 24TB storage, making most home NASs shy.

Aside from the upcoming LPCAMM2 memory form factor, other things like overclockable DDR5 R-DIMM RAM kits and SD Express Cards with high transfer speeds of up to 1700MBps/1200MBps reads and writes will be demonstrated too. Several industrial-grade storage solutions might pique one’s interest too.


Another category they are aiming is innovative cooling with green operation in mind. For example, the Project Neonstorm Gen5 SSD features a dual-layer aluminum alloy air duct, a liquid-cooled system, and dual fans to help the drive keep up with its performance. Meanwhile, the LEGEND 970 PRO Gen5 SSD strikes for the ceiling, delivering up to 14GBps/12GBps reads and writes speed all thanks to the double-layer extruded aluminum headstink and internal micro fan.

Meanwhile, the XPG LANCER NEON RGB RAM combines rainbow lights and strong cooling as well as 50% PCR materials that make it a true eco-friendly part of one’s system.


For the XPG side, this is more of your traditional “gamer gear” showcase of various peripherals like mousepads, keyboards, and headsets alongside standalone PC parts like the INVADER X BTF PC chassis and PSUs from multiple different series.


Lastly, the very “normie” lineup of various external SSDs in all kinds of sizes, colors, and form factors covers the standard consumer side, providing high-speed transfers without breaking the bank with unnecessary flairs to keep the prices balanced.

COMPUTEX 2024 Information

For those visiting, you can find ADATA and XPG’s booth over at the 4th floor of Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center, Hall 1, booth number L0810.



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