Adata, known as a supplier of RAM modules and solid-state drives, plans to try its hand at other markets in 2020.
Under the brand name, Xtreme Performance Gear or XPG will be offered monitors, laptops, gaming PCs and PC cases. It is expected that new product lines will be presented at CES 2020, but preliminary information is available now.
In particular, the XPG assortment will include a Xenia 15 gaming laptop with a 15.6-inch IPS screen and Full HD resolution built on the ninth generation Intel Core i9 processor. A gaming mini-PC called XPG Gaia will also be introduced. This system in a 5-liter case has one PCIe slot for a video card up to 200 mm long.
Also, XPG will showcase its 27-inch Photon monitor with PixelDisplay Vivid Color Eye-Safe Display technology, an XPG Volta PC-shaped cylindrical PC case made of glass and metal, designed for up to E-ATX motherboards. Already mastered market segments will not be forgotten: the company will show conceptual DDR4 memory modules up to 32 GB in volume, operating at effective frequencies up to 4800 MHz and decorated with RGB backlight.