Under the slogan "The invasion has begun", the supplier of high performance equipment for gamers Xtreme Performance Gear (XPG) has revealed its new Xtreme range at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2020.
It is a family made up of the Xenia 15 laptop and a Gaia mini-PC, both developed in collaboration with Intel, in addition to the Photon monitor.
The Xenia 15 notebook has a 15.6-inch Full HD In-Plane Switching (IPS) display, a latest generation Intel Core i7 processor and the SX8200 Pro M.2 solution.
For its part, the Gaia mini-PC exhibits a compact 5.0-liter chassis, an interchangeable PCI slot for cards up to 8.0 inches and a certified compact 500-watt 80 Plus Platinum power supply.
Finally, the Photon monitor is a 27-inch IPS screen, which presents for the first time in a product of its kind the formula Vivid Color Eye-Safe Display, developed by PixelDisplay Inc.
This new technology provides a nighttime gaming experience that reduces eye strain by eliminating the blue light damage, without the need for filters or crystals that block it. The solution allows you to switch between a wide range of colors during the day and an incredibly colorful night experience, explained the Taiwanese subsidiary Adata.
Among other products, the Asian firm has exhibited the vertical full-size tower Volta, which boasts a “vertical air flow in a clean and cylindrical design, covering the appearance of premium metal with glass and RGB effects to create a Festn for the eyes.
According to Aadi, the body of the tower is equipped as standard with four multi-directional wheels at no additional cost. The spacious interior houses E-ATX motherboards, three maximum size graphics cards and multiple radiators in a very useful sliding tray.
The exhibition includes its complete line of peripherals and accessories, components for personal computers (PC), DDR4 modules and solid state units.