XPG, or Xtreme Performance Gear, is established by ADATA. They’re now expanding into the peripheral market by announcing a brand new headset, keyboard, mousepad, and also two new PC cases. These peripherals are now available worldwide.
Starting off, let’s talk about the PRECOG headset. This is the world’s first hybrid electrostatic dual-driver gaming headset. XPG claims that the PRECOG headset is designed to deliver an excellent frequency response range for immersive sound.
It also comes with a total of 3 different audio modes – FPS, virtual 7.1 surround sound, and music. It even comes with ENC (environment noise cancellation) built-in. The XPG PRECOG headset is available for $199.99.
As for the keyboard, XPG as the new SUMMONER keyboard. it’s a mechanical keyboard with Cherry MX switches, available in Red, Blue, and Silver variants. The caseless design claims comfort during long hours of gaming sessions as it also comes with an ergonomic wrist rest. The XPG SUMMONER has a total of 3 different prices which corresponds to its Cherry MX key switch variants:
- XPG SUMMONER with Cherry MX Red @ $139.99
- XPG SUMMONER with Cherry MX Blue @ $129.99
- XPG SUMMONER with Cherry MX Silver @ $139.99
Then comes the XPG BATTLEGROUND mousepads. It is made with CORDURA fabric, which is smooth, scratch-resistant, and splash-proof. Within the XPG BATTLEGROUND series, we have the BATTLEGROUND XL and BATTLEGROUND XL PRIME. The main difference here? the XL PRIME has two zones of RGB!
The price for the XPG BATTLEGROUND XL and BATTLEGROUND XL PRIME are available at $39.99 and $54.99 respectively.
And then comes the new PC cases from XPG. The new INVADER and BATTLECRUISER. These two cases feature ARGB controllers and come with magnetic, quick-release front panels for easy maintenance.
The XPG INVADER and XPG BATTLECRUISER are priced at $79.99 and $179.99 respectively.