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XPG will unveil a 4D Gaming Mouse at IFA Berlin 2019

By Kenneth Ang - on 31 Aug 2019, 5:17pm

XPG will unveil a 4D Gaming Mouse at IFA Berlin 2019

Times have changed. 

20 years ago, merely suggesting the concept that we now know as 3D printing would have been taken as a joke. But look at where we are now. We've got people scanning shark plushies and Photoshopping it onto the Jaws poster for a laugh.

No, it's not funny. It's absolutely hilarious.

Ooh...frightening.

Anyway, here is today's curveball: XPG will be introducing a 4D gaming mouse at IFA Berlin 2019, along with other high-tech Mera Edition gear they've been working on.

What's a 4D Gaming Mouse?

Good question - that's one we still don't really know the answer to ourselves. According to the company, the XPG HEADSHOT is the result of a revolutionary fusion between A.I. and 4D printing. With the aid of an advanced A.I. algorithm, the gaming mouse reportedly allows users to adjust almost everything according to their preferences - grip, hand size, logos, surface finish, you name it. 

But with all the focus on software, XPG hasn't forgotten about the hardware. The mouse features a versatile lattice structure, ultra-lightweight form factor and top-tier ergonomic implements to ensure maximum comfort for the ultimate gaming experience.

It's a labour of love and the "embodiment of our commitment" from the folks at XPG, as Director of Products and R&D Luca Di Fiore explains. She goes on to add that the main vision for the HEADSHOT was to suit gamers who view their mice as an extension of themselves - and they seem to have really hit the mark.

The HEADSHOT looks amazing on paper, and will probably look even better in real life. Indeed, technology has come a long way in just two decades.

Well, what can I say? Times have changed.

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