Tuesday, January 7th 2014

EVGA Unveils the TORQ X10 Gaming Mouse

The gaming peripheral market is about to get a little more crowded as EVGA has today announced its very own mouse targeting hardcore gamers. Named TORQ X10, EVGA's mouse has an ambidextrous design and features a solid metal base, a carbon fiber surface, a weight control system, low-friction PTFE plastic feet, an 8200 DPI laser sensor (Avago 9800), and Omron switches with a lifespan of over 20 million clicks.

EVGA's creation has a total of 9 programmable buttons and includes a customizable RGB LED, 512 KB of memory for profile storage, and a silver coated USB cable. The TORQ X10 is 'coming soon' but its price tag was not announced.
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4 Comments on EVGA Unveils the TORQ X10 Gaming Mouse

Interesting. So far Logitech G9x is the best choice for me.
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There's 2 models one is normal plastic the other is actual molded carbon fiber.
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Carbon fiber is not so hard to make today... Maybe they build with someone who make custom parts for cars and other stuff from carbon fiber.
One part for mouse will be very easy to made... Example I don't like carbon foil but something like these is nice.
But normal model is excellent too. Really something completely different than other models on market... I will buy one that's sure because I like very much...
But this is VERY interesting mouse... I look him very and long and I decide...But one thing is interesting and force me after I upgrade graphic card to delay keyboard change...
That's it, software have little place with grey KEYBOARD... Similar options is Logitech G series software for mouse and keyboard.

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