ADATA launches the new range of Xtreme Innovation products

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ADATA, a well-known manufacturer of high-performance hi-tech modules, presents a new range of products for the Xtreme Innovation series. The devices were presented with an online streaming event, of which we present the video. Here is also the full range of products.

ADATA’s Xtreme Innovation product range

ADATA is a manufacturer of high performance DRAM modules, as well as NAND Flash products, mobile accessories, gaming products and industrial solutions. The brand presented today a series of new devices, which will be part of the project Xtreme Innovation, an online event for product launches. The stream took place on August 5, 2021 and was useful to showcase the latest products and solutions from ADATA and XPG, including SSDs, DRAM modules, SD memory cards, components and complete systems for PCs. The event coincides with the celebrations of 20th anniversary of ADATA, which will take place throughout 2021.

DDR 5 memory module, Legend PC SSDIe Gen4 and USB4 external SSD

The DDR5 memory module The new generation offers frequencies of 8400 MT / s, up to 163% faster than DDR4. This performance boost will allow for faster loading of files and programs for uninterrupted multitasking and increased productivity. In addition, the module will operate at 1.1V for better energy efficiency and then come with capacities up to 64GB.

For the use of streaming content in high quality, ADATA presents the new SSD LEGEND PCIe Gen4. The SSD is capable of blazing fast read speeds of up to 7400MB / s, ideal for video editing and 3D rendering.

The new USB4 external SSD, using the latest USB4 interface, is capable of achieving vup to four times faster speeds than its USB3.2 predecessors. This equates to a speed of around 4000 MB / s. For maximum stability in any environment, the SE920 features ADATA’s proprietary heat conduction technology.

ADATA devices: SD Premier Extreme and XPG PRIME

ADATA also unveiled its next generation memory card, the Premier Extreme SDXC SD7.0 Express PCIe Gen3x1 UHS-I U3 Class 10. What makes this memory card so great is its support for PCIe, thanks to the latest SD7.0 specification. The SDXC Express card will provide a significant performance boost over its predecessors with read and write speeds of up to 800/700 MB / s. This card is backwards compatible with UHS-I for added ease of use.

In addition to the hardware, ADATA also introduced its product ecosystem management software, called XPG PRIME. With XPG PRIME, users can manage all XPG product settings in one application as they please. If they want to quickly sync all their RGB lighting with a rainbow effect, they can do it with just one click. Users can also manually set each LED of each XPG product to create a bespoke lighting experience.

Notebooks and gaming products

Also introduced many new gaming products, including the XPG XENIA 14. This new lifestyle gaming ultrabook is equipped with an 11th generation Intel i5 or i7 processor, integrated Intel Iris XE graphics, 16GB of XPG DDR4 RAM and a lightning-fast XPG SSD fourth generation 512gb. On the outside, the XPG XENIA 14 is gorgeous and manageable with a slim 15mm profile and an ultra-light premium magnesium alloy body. Despite its small form factor, the XENIA 14 still manages to fit a 14-inch screen with an impressive 92% screen-to-frame ratio.

Also unveiled the new XENIA 15, which comes with the new Intel Tiger Lake H 11th Gen i7 processor, NVIDIA® GeForce® RTX 3060 or RTX 3070 GPU, 32 GB of XPG DDR4 RAM and a lightning-fast XPG Gen 4 SSD with 1 TB of storage space. Like the XENIA 14, the XENIA 15 sports a high-quality magnesium alloy body for a lightweight ultrabook that weighs less than 2kg. The XENIA 15 also features a mechanical keyboard with RGB (per key) lighting, a large 15.6-inch 165Hz QHD screen, and supports the latest Thunderbolt 4.

The XPG PRECOG AERO gaming headset has been designed to give gamers the freedom of wireless technology. Their dedicated low-latency 2.4Ghz Type-C dongle can be used with cell phones, handheld consoles, and PCs for 24 hours of respectable continuous wireless use. When wireless is not possible to use, it can still be used as a wired headset via USB cable. The AEROs feature a sophisticated and industrial design with a lightweight structure and patented sloping pavilions. It also features a cardioid (hence directional) microphone with various mute functions, interchangeable earcups and RGB lighting, which can be customized via the free XPG PRIME software.

In terms of gaming components, XPG currently offers a full range of Gen4 models on the market. Among them is the GAMMIX S70, winner of the 2021 Red Dot award, which can reach speeds of up to 7400 MB / s. The GAMMIX S70 Blade and S50 Lite SSDs are also present. As with ADATA, XPG will launch new DDR5 memory modules later this year. This next-generation DRAM module will provide speeds of up to 12600 MT / s for ever smoother gaming sessions and increased productivity. There is also a new series of power supplies or the XPG CYBERCORE Platinum certified 80 PLUS Platinum. This power supply series provides up to 1300 watts of stable, continuous power and effective cooling with a 120mm XPG Vento Pro fan integrated with Nidec’s ultra-quiet dual ball bearing design. 850 watt and 1000 watt models will also be available.

XPG GRIT training software

GRIT stands for “Game Reaction Intensity Training”. This software contains a series of training rooms that focus on helping gamers improve their game performance. Through the use of artificial intelligence, GRIT can monitor user performance over time and identify specific weaknesses. Using this information, GRIT will recommend specific exercises to help users improve their skills, essentially acting as a digital Esports coach. Currently, GRIT is limited to FPS game tutorials only, but XPG is working on expanding the scope to additional genres in the near future. If you missed the product launch livestream, you can watch a recording of it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T6JQygZsAXE