The Crazy Concept gaming mouse from XPG has a built-in SSD


PC gamers know that storing or moving around with their favorite games can be a challenge. This is because portable SSDs or external hard drives can be quite expensive. XPG, a supplier of accessories and gaming systems, is looking to make this easier with a crazy concept that combines two things in one: a gaming mouse and an integrated SSD.

The XPG Vault concept is one of many products XPG expects to showcase at the 2022 edition of the Consumer Electronics Show (CES). end of a press release and looks pretty promising, although details on how the wired gaming mouse work are sparse.

According to XPG, the wired USB-C mouse can be “your game library in the palm of your hand.” The company claims that the current mouse prototype can accommodate up to 1TB of solid-state memory operating at 985 megabytes per second. As for how data from mouse SSD is transferred between mouse and computer, there is Gaming Launcher software that can be used on your PC.

Seen to the right in the image above, the conceptual mouse design is quite comparable to the industry standard. There is a standard black finish and a scroll wheel accented with green and blue highlights. Even the XPG logo has the same color. XPG also plans to launch the Alpha series of new gaming mice (top left), which feature an ergonomic design and a high-performance optical sensor.

Along with the Vault Conceptual Gaming Mouse, XPG hopes to launch additional products at CES that are expected to hit the market in 2022. This includes PCIe Gen5x 4 SSDs and DDR5 DRAM. Other products include the XPG Cybercore, a new power supply unit, as well as the XPG Battlecruiser Pro tower PC chassis. A new gaming laptop, as well as two new Ultrabooks, are also planned.

CES is known for its crazy concept ideas like this. While they’re not really gaming related, some of our favorite concepts from the past include the Brink Bionics Impulse neuro-controller, the Razer Project Brooklyn gaming chair, and a roll-up smartphone.

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