Update – May 24, 2014: The Torq X10 is available in two types, and are available for pre-order now. The normal version is $50, while the Carbon model (with real carbon fibre material) is $70. These are available on Newegg and will ship on June 27.
There’s also a new video to show off the features of the Torq X10:[youtube=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Clz7ShJN3UE]
EVGA have unveiled their first ever gaming mouse, and it looks pretty cool without being completely ridiculous like so many gaming mice.
Here are the specs they shared with us:
- Ambidextrous grip supporting left and right handed gamers.
- Moveable mechanism allows for proper support of various hand sizes.
- Avago 9800 laser provides up to 8200 DPI with up to 1000Hz polling rate.
- Highest quality Omron switches with a lifespan of over 20 million clicks.
- Supports up to 9 programmable buttons.
- Fully customizable RGB LED.
- Built in 512KB memory for profile storage.
- Metal base provides solid construction.
- Weight control system allowing you to customize the weight to your liking.
- 6ft silver coated USB cable with braided surface.
It actually reminds me a lot of the current mouse I’m reviewing now, so it’s possible they are using Genius as their OEM. Is that a good thing? You’ll just have to wait and see ;)
Even the software is quite similar, although the EVGA version definitely has that EVGA look. I do see one major difference right in this screenshot that is a very obvious advantage – stay tuned for our review of that mouse to see.
For more info, check out EVGA’s product page.