What’s the first thing that comes to mind when someone mentions ADATA to you? Is it RAM? Or how about SSDs? Memory perhaps? Any or all of these would be correct, but did you know that ADATA also makes gaming peripherals? Yeah, me neither until today.
So what are they making? Glad you asked.
What ADATA has announced are the XPG INFAREX K10 and XPG INFAREX M20, a keyboard and mouse respectively, under its XPG line of gamer accessories. The keyboard and mouse are the latest additions to the small, but growing line of gaming peripherals from the sub-brand.
Both the keyboard and mouse sport full RGB, but it’s unknown how that lighting will be controlled. There is no app to download that can allow users to change any of the lighting effects. I assume that there are key commands on the keyboard, similar the TEAM WOLF ZHUQUE and VOIDRAY, but we’ll have to wait and see.
The keyboard also sports 26-key rollover, Windows key lock, and multimedia keys as secondary keys for F1-F12. As for key switch type, the INFAREX K10 sports “mem-chanical” switches.
The INFRAREX M20 mouse keeps its feature set fairly light as to allow gamers to focus on competition and ultimately winning. The main left and right clickers are OMRON switches. The mouse also sports adjustable DPI from 400 to 5000.
The best feature of both of these gaming peripherals is their price. The INFAREX K10 keyboard has an MSRP of $39.99 while the M20 mouse slides in at a slightly lower price point of $35.99. The M20 price feels about normal for a mouse with these features. The K10, however, feels like it’s a good deal. At that price point, I don’t think there are more than a handful of keyboards with these features.
Both of these accessories are available now on Amazon and the ADATA shop.
What do you think of these gaming peripherals? Are they worth the money or are they wastes of hard earned cash? Let us know in the comments below!
Growing up the son of a West Coast Video Manager, Sean-Paul has literally been playing video games for as long as he can remember. Starting as a wee little boy in his room with a 7” black and white TV and his Atari 2600 with Tank Plus, not much has changed, just the room and television have gotten bigger. When not gaming, Sean-Paul is usually cooking, watching anime, or riding his bike around Singapore and dreaming up his next computer build.