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XPG Vault mouse glides with 1 TB SSD, specs

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XPG recently launched their newest mouse concept, the Mouse XPG Vault, which is a gaming mouse equipped with an SSD with a capacity of up to 1TB. Well, for what!!!

Actually, currently, there are many gaming mice equipped with storage, but the capacity is not large, especially up to 1TB. Storage is usually used to store mouse settings and macros. So gamers don’t need to reset their mouse when switching devices.

This time, XPG offers a different XPG Vault Mouse because the SSD is used to store games. So users can carry games along with various settings when moving from one PC to another.

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XPG Vault Mouse Specifications

For the specifications of this XPG Vault Mouse, not much information is given by XPG, but according to them. The current Vault prototype can use SSDs with capacities up to 1TB with speeds up to 985MB/s and connect to PCs using USB-C.

And how many capacity options will be offered by XPG, as well as information on whether the SSD will be able to be replaced by the user himself.

So that the SSD information used is not mentioned, but most likely, the SSD was made by ADATA, the RAM. And SSD manufacturer that owns XPG. Likewise, with technical information about the mouse, such as the sensor used or the supported DPI.

And XPG also released the XPG Alpha, which looks like the Vault but works wirelessly and doesn’t have an SSD. This Alpha uses the PAW3335 sensor from Pixart.

Vault will be exhibited by XPG at CES 2022, which will still be held offline even though many companies have withdrawn from their participation in the annual event.

And Vault is a mouse called XPG as a concept and prototype. It is not yet known whether this mouse will actually be released to the public in the future, considering that many of the concept products showcased at CES were not finally released to the public. 

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