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ADATA XPG Summoner

ADATA XPG Summoner
alaScore 96

3 reviews

Jun, 2020

  • Positive

We have collected and analysed 3 expert reviews from international sources. Experts rate this product 67/100. The average review date is 13-12-2019. We have compared these reviews to 336360 reviews from other Keyboards. The alaScore™ for this product is 96/100 = Excellent. Last update: 07-06-2020.

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Expert review by : James Archer (expertreviews.co.uk)

Adata XPG Summoner review: Doesn't hit all the right keys

 

An adequate mech board, but also one that doesn't fully develop its own features

Detachable padded rest ; Easily accessible ports

Key switches are sluggish ; No software for setting control

For just £5 more, you could get the Asus ROG Strix Flare, which is far more customisable and also offers a choice of Cherry MX switches. Its wrist rest isn’t padded, but is still reasonably comfortable, and you also get a much wider range of dedicated...

Jan, 2020

Expert review by : Mike Epstein (pcmag.com)

ADATA XPG Summoner

 

ADATA's XPG Summoner Cherry MX-based mechanical gaming keyboard offers a lot to like, but its clumsy customization and limited key lighting dull its elite-board luster.

Choice of three Cherry MX key-switch types. Nifty metal volume roller. Plush-feeling wrist rest. USB passthrough.

Very limited lighting configuration. No-software configuration of macros can get confusing. Expensive for the feature set.

Bottom Line: ADATA's XPG Summoner Cherry MX-based mechanical gaming keyboard offers a lot to like, but its clumsy customization and limited key lighting dull its elite-board luster.

Nov, 2019

Expert review by : Mike Epstein (computershopper.com)

ADATA XPG Summoner

 

Choice of three Cherry MX key-switch types. Nifty metal volume roller. Plush-feeling wrist rest. USB passthrough.

Very limited lighting configuration. No-software configuration of macros can get confusing. Expensive for the feature set.

ADATA's XPG Summoner Cherry MX-based mechanical gaming keyboard offers a lot to like, but its clumsy customization and limited key lighting dull its elite-board luster.

Nov, 2019