Just built a 5-figure gaming desktop using only the most expensive hardware and pairing it with plastic peripherals? Why not check out the XPG Golden Summoner - a star-attraction at ADATA's booth, this gaming keyboard features 24-Karat gold-plated keycaps, coupled with gold finish on the top metal plate. There are other faux gold bits such as the leatherette palm-rest. The Golden Summoner is a variant of the XPG Summoner keyboard ADATA launched in 2019. At CES, they showed off another dual-tone variant of the keyboard, combining an aluminium top-plate with orange keycaps and palm-rest.
We also caught two of the company's latest mice: XPG Headshot and XPG Primer. The Headshot is characterized by a triangular flakey crust design the company calls a "Functional Lattice", and comes in black and gold variants. Under its hood is a PixArt PMW3391 sensor with 16,000 dpi resolution, and 20 million click-rated Omron switches. The mouse features 8 programmable buttons in all. Next up, is the simpler XPG Primer, with a 12,000 dpi PixArt PM3360 sensor, a conventional 4-button layout with Omron 20M switches, and RGB LED illumination.
Finishing things off are a trio of XPG Precog gaming headsets, now available in more color trims; and the XPG Battleground XL deskmat.