ADATA XPG Gaming Peripherals On Show at CES 2019
Peter Donnell / 4 years ago
ADATA XPG Gaming
While memory may be their bread and butter, but ADATA is making confident steps into the world of peripherals these days too. Their new keyboard, the INFAREX K30 (above and below) is certainly an attractive option. It deploys a slim and low profile chassis, but still sports lovely Cherry MX Blue switches. It features 18 built-in lighting modes and RGB lighting. It’s not reinventing the wheel, but it’s still a nice keyboard overall.
For those looking for the same design, but a much lower price point. The INFAREX K10 “mem-chanical” or plunger switch keyboard offers LED lighting, 9 lighting effects, 26 key anti-ghosting, and promises to be competitively priced.
EMIX H20 Headset
Their latest headset is a nice evolution on last years model. It offers 50mm drivers, a 20Hz to 20,000 Hz response, and virtual 7.1 surround. Of course, it also has RGB lighting, a built-in folding boom microphone and an adjustable design.
The more premium EMIX H30 SE headset has more powerful 53mm drivers but also features multi-format support, a detachable microphone, and gold plated connectors.
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