EVGA Uncages TORQ X10 Gaming Mouse with 8200 DPI Sensor

Gamers need not fret, your interests are being represented at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. Everything from high resolution monitors to peripherals such as headsets and mice. In regards to the latter, EVGA today unveiled the TORQ X10, a gaming rodent it built from the ground up for hardcore gamers.

The TORQ X10 sports a real carbon fiber surface and the "highest quality" Omron switches with a lifespan of over 20 million clicks, EVGA says. It also features a sensitive 8200 DPI sensor with a 1000Hz polling rate, adjustable weight system, no less than 9 programmable buttons, and a unique sizing system that allows you to adjust both the height and length of the body to fit your hand.


"Over the last year, EVGA has been focused on a brand new gaming mouse - the EVGA TORQ X10 Carbon. Designed with the highest possible build quality, it is the first EVGA gaming input device that brings our hardware and software expertise to a whole new category," EVGA said.

Other features include a fully customizable RGB LED lighting system, built-in 512KB of memory to store your profile, a metal base, ambidextrous grip, a 6-foot silver coated USB cable that's braided.

No word yet on price or availability.

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