ADATA continues to expand their XPG gaming line and one of the latest additions is their XPG Alpha Gaming Mouse, which they offer in both wired and wireless versions. They sent us the wireless version that weighs 98 grams with an ergonomic design, has 6 programmable buttons, uses 2.4 GHz wireless for a solid connection and uses the high-quality PixArt PAW 3335 16,000 DPI optical sensor. What’s even better is that this mouse is arguably one of the most affordable wireless gaming mice we’ve reviewed with a price tag of $64.99 at our favorite online store. Let’s see what this mouse stands for!
Special thanks to ADATA for providing the XPG Alpha Wireless Gaming Mouse for review.
Couple: USB Type-C
Link: Wireless 2.4G / Bluetooth 5.1 / Wired
Battery life: Up to 60 hours
Sensor: PAW 3335
Solution: 100-16,000 (via PRIME)
Maximum Acceleration: 40 G
Poll: 250 / 500 / 1000 Hz (via PRIME)
Switch: OMRON with a rating of 60 million clicks
Lighting Effect: RGB (PRIME support)
Material: PC + ABS
Dimension: 128 x 78 x 40mm (5.04 x 3.07 x 1.57 in)
Weight: 98 ±5g (without cable)
Cable length: 1.8 m (5.9 ft)
OS Compatibility: Windows
Guarantee: 2 years
The XPG Alpha comes in a pretty standard packaging with a picture of the mouse on the front and some specs listed.
If you scroll to the back, you will see another picture of the mouse and more functions of the mouse are listed.
To get everything out of the box we have the XPG Alpha mouse, USB cable, user manual and a set of XPG stickers.
The included cable is a nicely braided USB-A to USB-C cable that is used to charge the mouse or use it in wired mode.
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