Wednesday, March 22nd 2017

EpicGear launches Morpha X RGB Fully Modular Gaming Mouse

EpicGear, the leading brand in professional gaming peripherals, today announced the latest innovation the MORPHA X RGB Fully Modular Gaming Mouse. Designed and based on feedback from the gaming enthusiast and community, MORPHA X RGB Fully Modular Gaming Mouse implements MSC (Modular-Sensor-Cartridge) for easy switching laser and optical sensor, as well as MSS (Modular-Switch-Structure) which enables the swapping of switches with different click resistance. MORPHA X, the flagship RGB modular gaming mouse redefines modular gaming mouse and further expands EpicGear's range of gaming peripherals.

Designed with MSC (Modular-Sensor-Cartridge), MORPHA X allows easy switching between optical and laser sensors. Using the included Modular Senor Cartridges, the MORPHA X equipped with an 8,200 DPI laser sensor and the latest 12,000 DPI IR LED sensor for improved accuracy and precision targeting, gamers can choose the sensor which is right for their game and handle any situation.
Gamers with specific preferences on micro-switches will be impressed with the MSS (Modular-Switch-Structure) which allows the swapping of micro-switches including, EG Purple - Pro, Omron 50 million click lifespan and EG Orange - Medium, Omron 20 million click lifespan each with a different click resistance.

Co-developed by pro gamers, every line and curve of the symmetrically shaped, right-handed MORPHA X, is designed for superior support providing a perfectly balanced grip. The separated button-cover design provides absolute clicking precision and feedback, while the adjustable weight system provides hassle-free flexibility and adjustment of the MORPHA X to the preferred weight and balance. A total of 20g across four 5g pieces can be placed in the four internal slots.

MORPHA X also incorporates RGB customizable lighting color and brightness to match each gamer's style, system or environment. Away-From-Mouse (AFM) Ambient Lighting is a programmable feature via GUI software. All lights start to glow in RGB radiance when being left stationary for 20 seconds. All lights will resume normal when movement is detected. MORPHA X can be tuned using the dedicated GUI software. Angle-snapping, lift-off distance, button assignment, DPI, profiles, and USB report rate, just to name a few. MORPHA X also offers detachable mouse shells with grey and white schemes.

Specifications:
  • MSC (Modular-Sensor-Cartridge): 12,000 DPI IR LED sensor cartridge and 8,200 DPI laser sensor cartridge
  • MSS(Modular-Switch-Structure): EG Purple - Pro, Omron 50 million click lifespan and EG Orange - Medium, Omron 20 million click lifespan.
  • Adjustable lift-off distance with auto-calibration feature
  • Adjustable angle-snapping
  • Customizable RGB LED colors
  • On-the-fly sensitivity change
  • Adjustable report rate: 125~1000Hz
  • Optical sensor cartridge: Up to 250ips tracking speed & 50G acceleration
  • Laser sensor cartridge: Up to 150ips tracking speed & 30G acceleration
  • AFM Ambient Lighting mode
  • Lock-down function
  • 7 longevity buttons with 6 programmable
  • 5 gaming profiles with dedicated LED color assignment
  • Ultra-swift big-size PTFE mouse feet
  • 1.8 meter X-braided cable with gold plated USB connector
  • Approx. dimensions: 4.98inch(L) x 2.62inch(W) x 1.57inch(H) / 126.5mm(L) x 66.5mm(W) x 40mm(H)
  • Approx. weight: 3.27 oz / 92.6g excluding sensors, cable & weights
  • Adjustable weight & balance system: 5g x 4 weights, 20g in total / 0.177 oz x 4 weights. 0.70 oz in total.
  • MSRP: USD $129.99.
For more information, visit the product page.
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4 Comments on EpicGear launches Morpha X RGB Fully Modular Gaming Mouse

#1
natr0n
Nice idea about swapping switches, but price is high.

I used to solder new switches every few months when I was hardcore into fps.
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#2
lZKoce
natr0n said:
Nice idea about swapping switches, but price is high.

I used to solder new switches every few months when I was hardcore into fps.
I really don't understand people when people say- "I went through a razer mat in a few months or so." . "I went through my switches in a few months or so." How do you do that ? Even my first roll on mouse is till working fine and I went through lots of Diablo II Lord of Destruction, lots of StarCraft etc...etc.. I am just thinking aloud, that's all :)
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#3
Rowsol
Show me a right handed ergonomic mouse with replaceable switches for under $50 and I'll be a lifelong customer. I'm tired of replacing perfectly good mice because of switch degradation. You gotta think they only reason they aren't bothering to make switches more durable is to sell more mice.

BTW, my mice tend to start double clicking within 2 years, if you are wondering on the timeline.
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natr0n
lZKoce said:
I really don't understand people when people say- "I went through a razer mat in a few months or so." . "I went through my switches in a few months or so." How do you do that ? Even my first roll on mouse is till working fine and I went through lots of Diablo II Lord of Destruction, lots of StarCraft etc...etc.. I am just thinking aloud, that's all :)
I was using a Chinese knockoff mouse at that time. :oops: The switches will start double clicking everything once worn out.
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