XPG has announced the ALPHA WIRED and WIRELESS gaming mouse. A 2022 Red Dot Design award winner, the mouse features an ergonomic design, energy-efficient PAW-3335 sensor, and premium OMRON switches for comfort and performance.
The ALPHA gaming mouse sports simple and elegant curved contours with a comfortable grip that reflect XPG’s industrial design language called “:Exoskeleton”. The design philosophy emphasizes a balance between form and function, with a focus on ergonomics. By studying data from a large pool of diverse subjects using XPG’s AI driven hand scanning application, XPG was able to determine the optimal mouse shape. For example, the overall width of the mouse is derived from averaging finger measurements collected to create a device with an ideal grip size.
Equipped with an energy-efficient, high-performance PAW-3335 sensor from Pixart, it provides a range of DPI settings from 100 to 16000 to meet the requirements of all types of games. A programmable triangular button at the top of the mouse offers excellent flexibility in connecting to XPG PRIME software. XPG ALPHA is also made to last with premium OMRON switches capable of 60-million clicks. Its connection modes include a low-latency 2.4G wireless via dedicated dongle for gaming or a standard Bluetooth direct connection for versatility and productivity, featuring up to 60 hours of battery life while still using default LED lights.
The RGB lighting on the ALPHA diffuses subtle and elegant light via 3 dedicated zones that are independent of each other. Light settings can be stored using 3 customizable hardware profiles or through XPG PRIME software.
Customize with XPG PRIME
XPG ALPHA is a software-programmable gaming mouse, where buttons, DPI settings, and RGB lighting effects can be customized and tailored to each user’s needs. Programmable buttons, button assignments, and Macro settings can be programmed and saved to user profiles for seamless switching between PCs.
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