XPG is bringing an arsenal of devices to CES 2021

XPG, one of the worlds leading providers of computer components and peripherals for Gamers and Tech enthusiasts alike, will be bringing a plethora of new gaming products to this year’s biggest IT event, the CES 2021.

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The theme which the manufacturer is going with this year is ‘The Future of Gaming’. Some of the products which the company will launch include, a new gaming lifestyle ultrabook, next-gen DDR5 DRAM module, training software, gaming chewing gum, and more. So let’s talk about these products in detail.

XPG XENIA Xe Gaming Lifestyle Ultrabook.

With the collaboration of Intel and XPG, the XPG XENIA Xe is the next-gen gaming lifestyle ultrabook. The XENIA Xe is a 15.6” EVO™ Ready gaming lifestyle ultrabook that features a premium and elegant CNC anodized aluminum chassis. It offers up to 16 hours of battery life for excellent usability and is powered by Intel® 11th Gen Core™ i5-1135G7 or i7-1165G7 processor.

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Other features include:

  • Intel® Iris™ Xe graphics.
  • 15.6” 1080P Full HD IPS touch display with an 87% screen-body ratio.
  • XPG’s very own 1TB PCIe Gen4 M.2 SSD.

XPG Gaming Gum

It is a rather unique innovation to bring at the IT event, but the Chewing Gum from XPG is a real deal. The company states that after a long gaming session concentration and fatigue will be at their limit for the gamers. To keep gamers going, XPG has created XPG Gaming Gum. It includes caffeine for a quick energy boost and improved concentration. The gum also includes Lutein, an antioxidant known to be beneficial to the eyes, including its ability to suppress inflammation and enhance the sharpness of vision.


XPG PRIME is a software ecosystem that lets users easily customize their XPG devices with the desired lighting effects. Users can access their settings on the devices themselves or cloud-based storage. XPG GRIT is designed to help gamers level up their First Person Shooting (FPS) skills via multiple training modules and analysis.

XPG GAMMIX S70 PCIe Gen4 M.2 2280 Solid State Drive

The latest in the market technology, the next-gen PCIe 4.0, is utilized in the company’s GAMMIX S70 SSD. It offers up to 7400/6400MB/s and random read/write IOPS up to 650/740K. The company is offering the new gaming SSD with NVMe 1.4 and also provides Dynamic SLC Caching.


It is an ATX mid-tower PC chassis that features an innovative dust filter and vertical VGA installation. It includes a functional and sleek front MESH panel design with two front-facing ARGB light strips and comes in either black or white to match different personalities. All of this is provided in a compact form factor that makes the most of the ATX form factor. A complete set of I/O ports are also offered for easy connectivity with USB accessories, audio devices, and hassle-free switching between pre-programmed lighting effects.

XPG LEVANTE PRO All-in-One CPU Liquid Cooler

The XPG LEVANTE PRO is a 7th generation Asetek® Pump Technology with PWM control. It has a dazzling 2.1” LCD color display on the pump cap that provides information in the background for performance metrics such as CPU/GPU temperature, voltage information. The XPG LEVANTE PRO also comes with three Nidec-powered XPG VENTO PRO 120 PWM fans to keep it’s capable 360mm radiator cool and working optimally.


It is crystal clear that the future of DRAM is the ADATA DDR5 DRAM module. Compared to its predecessors, this module will provide a significant speed boost, higher capacities, and reduced power consumption, and increased bandwidth per CPU cores. The new DDR5 module takes power consumption of 1.1V, and speeds of up to 8400MT/s.

ADATA SE900G RGB External Solid State Drive

The ADATA SE900G external solid-state drive is one of the most premium SSD’s available in the market. The external SSD supports the USB 3.2 Gen2x2 interface and can deliver read and write speeds of up to 2000MB/s for fast data transfers. Its external drive from XPG is twelve times faster than many external drives on the market.



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