Hardware manufacturer EVGA is showcasing the Torq X10 gaming mouse at PAX East. Maximum PC’s Jimmy Thang was able to see the mouse, which sports a carbon fiber surface, up close.
The Torq X10 has a high quality laser sensor that can provide up to 8200 DPI with 1000Hz polling rate. It also features nine programmable buttons, customizable RGB LED, a 6ft USB cable with silver coated wires, adjustable weight system, ambidextrous grip, and built-in 512KB memory for storing profiles.
Jimmy was shown how easy it was to adjust the weights, which involves simply removing the top of the mouse and taking out the weights. The Torq X10’s top is magnetic, making it very easy for a consumer to take it off as the rep shows in the video.
The Torq X10 is expected to ship sometime in May although no price was provided. A standard version of the mouse will be made available but no details were provided during the interview.
However, EVGA isn’t stopping here when it comes to hardware. The rep told Jimmy that the company plans to spread out even further into the hardware market and is currently working on a keyboard.