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ADATA expands XPG portfolio with new laptops, desktops, and monitors

XPG Xenia, ADATA's upcoming gaming laptop (Image source: ADATA)
XPG Xenia, ADATA's upcoming gaming laptop (Image source: ADATA)
SSD and RAM maker ADATA is expanding their XPG lineup with the Photon monitor, Gaia desktop, and Xenia laptop. Detailed information about the new products will be announced at CES 2020.
Arjun Krishna Lal,

Taiwanese memory and storage manufacturer ADATA is known for producing value-for-money RAM and SSD storage. They are set to expand their high-performance XPG hardware line-up in 2020 with the Photon monitor, the Gaia gaming PC, and the Xenia laptop. Detailed information about the upcoming gear is expected to be outlined at CES 2020. What do we know so far, though?

The new XPG Xenia laptop will feature a 9th Generation Intel Core-i9 and a 1080p IPS display. This laptop targets the premium end of the spectrum, taking the fight to MSI, ASUS, Acer, and others. The Xenia will feature XD8200 Pro M.2 storage, meaning zippy transfer times.

With the XPG Gaia, ADATA is entering the desktop PC space. Gaia will be an SFF model. The chassis (called XPG Volta) is just 5 liters in volume, capable of accommodating E-ATX motherboards and 8-inch or shorter graphics cards.

The XPG Photon marks ADATA's entry into the monitor business. Photon has a 27-in IPS display and features Vivid Color Eye-Safe Display technology, reducing eye strain from blue light. Vivid Color Eye-Safe allows users to switch between a wide-color gamut mode for daytime use and a low blue-light mode for night-time gaming.

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Arjun Krishna Lal, 2019-12-30 (Update: 2019-12-30)
Arjun Krishna Lal
Arjun Krishna Lal - News Editor
I've had a passion for PC gaming since 1996, when I watched my dad score frags in Quake as a 1 year-old. I've gone on to become a Penguin-published author and tech journalist. When I'm not traveling the world, gathering stories for my next book, you can find me tinkering with my PC.