XENIA Xe with 15.6-inch touch screen Full HD IPS (photo: XPG)
XPG, the gaming brand of the Taiwanese company Adata, partnered with chipmaker Intel to create the XENIA Xe – a 15.6-inch EVO-certified ultrabook with a slim and light form factor.
With an elegant and modern design, XPG XENIA Xe is built with first-class CNC anodized aluminum chassis with a total thickness of 14.9 mm and a weight of 1.65 kg. The ultrabook features an 11th generation Intel Core i5-1135G7 or i7-1165G7 processor, an Intel Iris Xe graphics card, a Full HD IPS 15.6” touchscreen display and a high-speed XPG Gen4 PCIe M.2 SSD.
This is one of the few mobile computers in its class with LPDDR4x 4266MHz memory for seamless multitasking in combination with XPG PCIe Gen 4 SSD. Thanks to this, the XPG XENIA Xe can be used for gaming and content creation without compromising on quality, portability and comfort.
The gaming ultrabook takes advantage of Intel’s technologies for maximum performance
XENIA Xe is designed for maximum performance that meets the requirements of the Intel EVO platform. The ultrabook provides up to 16 hours of battery life, supports fast charging, one-second wake-up and Windows log-in, Thunderbolt 4 connectivity and Intel Wi-Fi 6 wireless technology, has precision speakers, Far-Field microphones and an IR webcam.
The designers of XPG XENIA Xe have achieved a balance between high quality, thin and light profile and performance. The dimensions are among the smallest in the class of 15-inch laptops with a thickness of 14.9 mm and a weight of 1.65 kg in the presence of a very strong aluminum chassis.
The bright but low-power 15.6-inch display has a narrow 4.9 mm side panel and 87% screen-to-body ratio. All this is complemented by a large 73.41 Whr lithium battery and an ultra small 65W charger for easy carrying.