ADATA announced the launch of a new high-end gaming mouse, the XPG Alphawhich benefits from a low-latency wireless design thanks to a dongle @ 2.4GHz in addition to also offering Bluetooth connectivity for greater versatility, and all this linked to a battery that offers up to 60 hours of battery life with RGB LED lighting on, which is divided into three independent zones.

Inside, we find a PixArt PAW-3335 optical sensor configurable at a resolution of 100 to 16,000 dpithe main left and right click buttons use OMRON mechanical switches with a service life of at least 60 million keystrokes, we have side buttons, rubber grip, advanced software to program buttons, assign macros, configure lighting or save multiple profiles. Availability and pricing have not been announced.


“The XPG Alpha gaming mouse features simple and elegant curved contours with a comfortable grip that reflects XPG’s industrial design language, called: “Exoskeleton”. The design philosophy emphasizes the balance between form and function, focusing on ergonomics.

By studying data from a large group of diverse subjects using XPG’s AI-powered hand-scanning app, XPG was able to determine the optimal mouse shape. For example, the overall mouse width is derived from the average of the collected finger measurements to create a device with an ideal grip size.”