ADATA To Unveil New XPG NIA Gaming Handheld, AI Laptop And 96GB RAM During Computex 2024

ADATA will present a variety of intriguing products, including laptops, memory, storage solutions, and gaming peripherals like a gaming headset during Computex 2024. Nevertheless, the most anticipated items are the newly announced XPG NIA gaming handheld and the high-spec laptop.

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Starting with the laptop, the XENIA 15G is not actually a new product. It features the Intel 14th Gen Core series (14700HX), a desktop/mobile-class CPU that supports numerous PCIe lanes. Laptops with these CPUs typically have two to three M.2 slots, and the XENIA 15G includes three. The company is already promoting that this laptop supports up to 3x 8TB storage.

At Computex, ADATA will present a preconfigured XENIA 15G laptop boasting a total of 24TB of storage and 96GB of DDR5 memory. This system is purportedly designed for AI workloads, which may demand substantial memory depending on the Large Language Model (LLM) or generative AI models used.

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Tucked away in the press release is information about a new gaming handheld called the XPG NIA. The company plans to unveil this product at its Computex 2024 event, though no images or additional details were included in the release. Considering the actions of competitors like Antec, it’s highly probable that this will be an OEM-branded product, potentially one that already exists under a different logo.

ADATA also announced plans to showcase its LPCAMM2 memory. While exact specifications are yet to be confirmed, this suggests that ADATA will begin producing its own modules and might use them in its products in the future. According to the press release, applications include ‘AI PCs,’ high-performance gaming workstations, and data centers. The company confirmed that its memory will comply with the LPDDR5X-7500 standard and will be available in 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB capacities.

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Source: ADATA PR