XPG, ADATA’s gaming-focused sub-brand, is about to launch its new Primer gaming mouse. The Primer was made for gamers, “whether you’re a veteran that likes a simple mouse with attitude” or a newbie looking to improve your skill. Featuring Omron switches, a 12000 DPI sensor, and multiple “design touches for comfort, accuracy, durability, and flair”, XPG claims the Primer has you covered if you’re looking for a new gaming mouse.
The XPG Primer shell is made of durable double-shot PBT, offering a “smooth yet non-slippery surface that stays clean”, perfect for long gaming sessions without wearing the mouse down. The textured side grips are designed to prevent your hand from slipping away from the mouse and should ensure you play comfortably. There’s also an RGB lighting system that consists of two light strips with three different effects: static, colour wave, and breathing.
The XPG Primer mouse comes with a 1.8m light elastic braided cable that provides enhanced control of the mouse. Equipped with the Pixart PMW3360 sensor, the Primer DPI ranges from 400 to 12000 (with 6 presets), has a max tracking speed of 250IPS and boasts 50G acceleration.
Weighing 98g ± 5% and measuring 126×65.6×37.9mm (LxWxH), the Primer also comes with high-performance Omron switches with a rated 20-million click durability.
Availability and pricing details for the mouse have not yet been disclosed. You can learn more about the XPG Primer gaming mouse HERE.
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