XPG MAGE mechanical keyboard offers a gunmetal aluminum finish

Posted on Tuesday, Jul 13 2021 @ 16:25 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
ADATA's gaming brand shows off a new mechanical gaming keyboard. The XPG MAGE is offered with unnamed Red mechanical switches and offers per-key RGB LED illumination. The company pitches this as a budget offering, but the press release doesn't contain details about the suggested retail pricing. This model features an aluminium backplate with a gunmetal grey finish.
XPG, a fast-growing provider of systems, components, and peripherals for Gamers, E-sports Pros, and Tech Enthusiasts, today announces the XPG MAGE mechanical gaming keyboard. The MAGE is a keyboard equipped with linear and quiet mechanical Red Switches and lots of RGB flair, but won’t break the bank.

The XPG MAGE sports a clean and timeless design built with high quality aluminium and featuring a smooth gunmetal grey finish. What’s more, the keyboard is equipped with per-key RGB lighting that shines on through across the keyboard for dazzling flair. The XPG MAGE is compatible with XPG PRIME software. This software allows users to customize settings, individual RGB lighting and macros, all from one convenient place.

Responsive and Quiet Mechanical Red Switches
Featuring linear and quiet Red mechanical key switches, the XPG MAGE is great for both gaming and typing. They deliver smooth responsiveness and accuracy and have no tactile bump in the middle to allow a faster actuation and overcome noises. The XPG MAGE also sports full anti-ghosting capability that does away with conflicting signals or missed key presses.

Detachable Type-C Cable
The XPG MAGE comes with a detachable 1.8 meter (5.9 ft) Type-C to Type-A cable that offers better portability, faster cleanup, and easier replacement.

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