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Adata has announced the XPG Xenia Xe Gaming laptop in collaboration with intel. The 15.6-inch elegant machine is a notebook built using the powered 11th Generation core 15/i7 also known as "Tiger Lake" processors using the latest Iris Xe graphics along with many expandability options for users. According to Tom's Hardware, the latest launch excites users as Adata launches their first ultra slim gaming notebook- powerful machine with elegant design.

Adata isn't the first to launch an ultra slim gaming laptop. Other brands such as Asus has introduced it using powerful processors but the Adata XPG Xenis Xe is the first of its kind from the brand.

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Adata's XPG Xenia Xe notebook Features:

Design and Size

The Xenia Xe notebook has a CNC-machine anodized aluminum chassis that is covered with a 15.6 inch Full-HD IPS 400-nits display. The relatively thin notebook has a gaming touch it with the chassis light bar on the front panel. The laptop is measured at only 11-14.9 mm thick and weighs at around 3.6 pounds. It also comes with a touch support and an ultra-thin 4.9-millimeter bezels, which makes the device slim and narrow.

Processor and Capacity

The XPG Xenia Xe machine functions using Intel's quad-core Core i5-1135G7 or Core i7-1165G7 processor using the version of Intel Iris Xe Graphics G7. It also has 80/96 execution units which means that it houses 640/768 stream processors up to 1.6/2 FP32 TFLOPS of performance. The processor's memory is powered by 16GB of 128-bit LPDDR4X capacity and an up to 1TB XPG Gammix S50 Lite SSD. It also features a PCIe 4.0 x4 interface with up to 3500 MB/s sequential read and 3200 MB/s sequential read.

Ventilation

Uniquely, the relatively thin design has a modular SSD that can be upgraded. One of the questions that many users ask in relation to dealing with sleek laptops is air ventilation. The XPG Xenia Xe has air vents on the front, rear panels, as well sa in the bottom. It has a built in cooling system which has an auto shut down feature when the temperature exceeds 84°C. Noise-wise, the air vents can produce up to 40.8 dB of noise level

Adata's XPG Xenia Xe Release Date and Price

Adata's XPG Xenia Xe laptops are expected to be released in the early months of the year. For the price, the Xenia Xe in i5 version will retail for $1,599, and the Xenia Xe i7 will cost $1,799

Adata has definitely taken up its game a notch higher with its ultra slim gaming laptop. The device is expected to be Intel Evo-certified. This means that it can support Intel's Tiger Lake platform, which ensures users that they can receive optimal performance and responsiveness.

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