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XPG Vault, a mouse with a built-in SSD to store your games

Looking ahead to the imminent celebration of the CES 2022 fair, this year with a somewhat more extended face-to-face participation, without missing some surprises like those proposed by XPG, the well-known brand of storage memories surprises us with this concept of gaming mouse.

As ADATA itself has shared, for now called XPG VaultIt would be a fairly simple USB-C mouse, with unspecified features that will not stand out particularly well. Although its true speed will reside within it, with the capacity to house up to 1 TB SSD memory that will be able to operate at surprisingly fast speeds up to 985 MB / s.

In addition, this storage unit can be controlled through the XPG Gaming Launcher game software application, which, as the company advances, «promises to make your game libraries conveniently portable and add a higher level of game integration with the XPG Prime software ecosystem.«.

However, at the moment XPG has not mentioned the DPI or any other specific specification, so we could still expect some change after its prototype phase. On the other hand, although the document seems to make no mention of it, one of the details that we can see is the fact that the XPG Vault seems to point to a wireless connectivity systemTherefore, being presented together with the Alpha XPG, it could point to the hybrid use of Bluetooth and 2.4 Ghz dongle.

Thus, this will not be the only presence of XPG at CES 2022, in this same official note we also see that the company will carry some of the latest products presented and that could go on the market during the next year, including PCIe Gen5X SSDs, the new DDR5 DRAM memories, internal PC components, or its new family of Alpha XPG Wired and Wireless gaming mice.

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