Wednesday, April 22nd 2020

ADATA XPG Unveils 15.6-Inch XENIA Gaming Notebook

XPG, a provider of high-performance products for Gamers, Esports Pros, and Tech Enthusiasts, is pleased to announce the launch of a 15.6-inch gaming notebook, the XPG XENIA. This marks a major milestone as XPG first-ever Gaming System offering. The notebook was developed in collaboration with Intel and sports an Intel Core i7 processor, a choice of NVIDIA GeForce RTX or GTX GPUs, as well as XPG own SSD and memory.

"We are thrilled to be introducing the XPG XENIA to our Gaming Community, as we strengthen our commitment to offer the next level of Systems, while helping more Tech Enthusiasts to get access to the best Intel technology offering," said Alex Yin, Chief Gaming Officer & General Manager at XPG. "By channeling our passion and strength in gaming, we aim to help deliver one of the finest notebook designs in the industry at a great value."
"It has been an honor for Intel to collaborate with the XPG team on their first gaming notebook, the XENIA. The combination of XPG's award winning SSDs and blazing fast memory with powerful Intel processors all packed into a thin, lightweight magnesium alloy chassis is the perfect recipe for a Tech Enthusiast's dream machine!" - Joel Christensen, General Manager, Intel Systems Product Group.

Powered by XPG and Intel
Equipped with the highly acclaimed Intel Core i7-9750H processor, ultra-fast Thunderbolt 3 connectivity and the advanced Intel Wi-Fi 6 wireless technology, owners can be sure they will enjoy thrilling and responsive performance. Combine that with XPG's award-winning SX8200 Pro SSD, which features read/write speeds of up 3500/3000 MB per second, and 32 GB of DDR4 sorted memory for seamless multitasking, the XPG XENIA is an all-round gaming device that is also great at content creation.

Smooth, Responsive Visuals
Sporting a 15.6-inch Full HD IPS display, the XPG XENIA offer wide-viewing angles and a refresh rate of 144Hz for smooth and responsive visuals. In addition, it features a narrow bezel design at a mere 4.9 mm for maximized viewing real estate. The XPG XENIA is coming in two variants that are equipped with either a NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 Max-Q or a GTX 1660 Ti GPUs, both built with the breakthrough graphics performance of the award-winning NVIDIA Turing architecture.

Made for Discerning Gamers
Everything about the XPG XENIA has been designed with the discerning gamer in mind. These design considerations include the notebook's light weight (under 1.85 kg) and slim dimensions (20.5 mm) thanks to its magnesium alloy structure for easy portability and flair while also delivering up to 10 hours of battery life for on-the-go productivity. What's more, the XENIA sports a mechanical keyboard with silent, optical switches for excellent responsiveness and durability as well as a Glass surface Precision Touchpad.

The XPG XENIA is available in Taiwan, U.S and Mexico, and will follow in other markets in Q3.
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6 Comments on ADATA XPG Unveils 15.6-Inch XENIA Gaming Notebook

#1
Caring1
Now develop one in collaboration with AMD, and I might be interested.
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#2
theonek
hope they don't die all of a sudden like their ssd's do...
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#3
BArms
That "Game to the extreme" better be a sticker and removable, otherwise, lol.
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TheLostSwede
BArms
That "Game to the extreme" better be a sticker and removable, otherwise, lol.
Otherwise you'll take out the planer?
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BArms
TheLostSwede
Otherwise you'll take out the planer?
lol maybe. Otherwise they're just another tacky laptop company that will fail to achieve wide appeal. The logo on the lid isn't too bad and the laptop doesn't look half bad, but if that gamer crap isn't removable I'd never buy this.
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TheLostSwede
BArms
lol maybe. Otherwise they're just another tacky laptop company that will fail to achieve wide appeal. The logo on the lid isn't too bad and the laptop doesn't look half bad, but if that gamer crap isn't removable I'd never buy this.
I'll tell my mate that's involved in this project. Although I'm sure it's a sticker or even just something they photoshopped in...

@BArms you're safe, it's a sticker.
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