Choice of three Cherry MX key-switch types. Nifty metal volume roller. Plush-feeling wrist rest. USB passthrough.
XPG’s Summoner features a comfortable wrist rest and a handy volume knob. But a lack of control software and a fairly high price for what you get means you may want to seek alternative options.
Enter the XPG Summoner, and thanks again to ADATA for sending along a review sample. The XPG SUMMONER gaming keyboard, or simply XPG Summoner as shall be referred to henceforth in this review, is a full-size keyboard with a lot of bells and whistles.
Today we are reviewing the ADATA XPG Summoner RGB mechanical gaming keyboard, the latest keyboard in ADATA’s XPG lineup. Featuring Cherry MX key switches, several RGB modes, a magnetic wrist rest, media controls, macros, USB passthrough and an aluminum frame design, this keyboard has a lot going for it.
Jan 31, 2020 · Adata XPG Summoner review: Design and features Design-wise, it’s fairly simple–standard black keycaps sit on top of a grey metal plate, which in turn covers a plastic underside – but that’s also...
Adata XPG Summoner, Review en Español Un perfecto ejemplo de: si haces algo, hazlo bien. Adata, con su XPG Summoner nos demuestra que, incluso una empresa que es la primera vez que fabrica un periférico, es capaz de hacer bien las cosas.
Nov 15, 2019 · The XPG Summoner is a boxy looking mechanical keyboard overall. A bit bulkier too compared to the traditional standards. This is a frameless keyboard by design, with a weight of about 951 grams without the wrist rest. The back end of the XPG Summoner is bland yet I totally understand why.