CES 2014: EVGA TORQ X10 gaming mouse with carbon fiber body
For a gamer owning gaming hardware and accessories that can give an added edge is always a thing to crave. And at CES 2014 EVGA showed off what a sexy piece of streamlined gaming hardware can do for a gamer. EVGA TORQ X10 gaming mouse made from carbon fiber is in a class of its own which provides an immersive game playing experience. Made for both left and right handed people this ambidextrous gaming mouse has a movable mechanism for proper support in varying hand sizes. Its Avago 9800 laser provides 8200 DPI with an amazing 1000Hz polling rate. The metal base gaming mouse has 512KB memory for profile storage and 9 programmable buttons to store different profiles for gaming. Weigh distribution of the mouse can be tuned by the user for maximum comfort and the Omron switches having lifespan of over 20 million clicks gives it limitless lifespan.
EVGA TORQ X10 gaming mouse is made from the highest quality carbon fiber material and is incomparable to any other mouse that we have seen so far. Even the six feet USB cable is made from silver coated braided surface for clean signal transmission and longevity of use in terms of breakage. The mouse has a HUD (Heads up display) that shows key settings at a glance and adjustable LED color and brightness settings.
There is no word on pricing or availability of this gaming mouse yet from EVGA but we can soon expect to see it in the market.