XPG continues to deliver on high-end gaming peripherals to every gamer with a fast pace. What a ergonomic design that reflects XPGs industrial design language called Exoskeleton. ALPHA is designed for operation and form and is perfect for game buffs, professionals and individuals alike. The XPG ALPHA comes with a high-performance Pixart A32 sensor, Bluetooth connectivity, 2.4G wireless, 60 hours battery life, Omron switches and six programmable buttons priced at $89.95.
The feeling of a mouse really stood out to me a bit. XPGs Exoskeleton features a small lip to rest your thumb on the left side of the mouse. Consequently, the thumb never touches the mouse pad it feels very comfortable. I have never put that in perspective until now. Unfortunately, despite the fact that most mice are holding up their thumbs and putting down the lip lazy style, we can also lay it down. This is one of those things you’ll never know until you do it right. Between the mesh grip on both sides and the awesome shape of that mouse, you feel that you’re at the heart of your hands. I’m impressed.
The XPG ALPHA has 6 programmable buttons that can be saved from user profile and used on different devices. This mouse is good for the title FPS, MOBA, and Action RPG. The arrows of an MMORPG are a little short. There is a USB switch to connect with the wireless wireless router. A hatch with a transmitter fits perfectly to the bottom. I like the triangle shape of the middle-right mouse button it gives you some extra space for those with big fingers. Light RGB light is a logo on the heel and highlights inside the mouse wheel.
In the past we were impressed with XPG product performance, and I don’t expect anything to change here. You can notice Omoron switches in most high-end mice like Razer and Logitech. These premium switches are built-in and come with one hundred thousand or six million clicks. The Pixart PAW 3335 sensor is a much cheaper version of the 3389. The performance is good with DPI ranges from 100 to 16 000, and makes it very easy to operate, especially for WPA and MOBA. This mouse glides super well and is a top tier in the performance department for a wireless setup.
I love this frame design very much. The lower lip of your thumb is pretty fantastic. I’ve mentioned in previous reviews that XPG is one of the better systems. It’s very easy to use, but its high-level customization and mouse adjustments are also possible. My only complaint here is the fact that the mouse is heavier than a smart one, and a wireless mouse weighs 3,5 pounds. This product is just for a power mobile mouse. You must look out for one with one eye.