Adata introduced the XPG Primer wired gaming mouse for gaming enthusiasts. It uses a Pixart PMW3360 optical sensor with a resolution of 12,000 dpi and Omron switches with a resource of 20 million operations. The mouse is decorated with an RGB backlight.
The manufacturer attributes the game mouse to its advantages in an ergonomic design and made of durable Double-Shot PBT material, which is a smooth material that is robust and easy to clean. The new Adata XPG mouse comes with in-mold textured side grips that don’t give up to sweat as well as a tactile scroll wheel for comfort and greater control.
The weight of the mouse is 98 grams. The cable that connects the mouse to the computer is lightweight and braided, so it’s less likely to get tangled up during gameplay. It also features selectable RGB lighting effects, according to your gameplay. The RGB button cycles through three preset light effect settings. Just press the RGB button to get the desired effect.
Adata XPG Primer Specifications
- Interface: USB Type A
- Switch: Omron with 20-million clicks rating
- Resolution: 400/800/1600/3200/6400/12000 dpi
- Dimension: 126 x 65.6 x 37.9 mm
- Weight: 98g
- Max. Acceleration: 50G
- Report Rate: 250/500/1000 Hz
- Lighting Effect: Color Wave, Breathing, Static, Off
- System Requirement: Windows 10/8/7
- Voltage: 5V
- Current: 220mA
- Cable Length: 1.8m
- Warranty 2 years
The manufacturer did not name the price of this wired gaming mouse but is already listed on the Amazon.com store without pricing details.
Logitech has also introduced the G203 LIGHTSYNC gaming mouse to provide gaming-grade performance, versatility, and classic design at a great value. It features a 6-button design, sensor with a resolution of 8000 DPI, a wired USB connection with a polling frequency of 1000 Hz, RGB lighting with backlight modes, can be changed using Logitech G HUB software, and priced at $39.88 only.