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EVGA Intros TORQ X10 Gaming Mouse

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This mouse seems to be EVGA's answer to the Razor Ouroboros gaming mouse.

Looking for a PC gaming peripheral that will give you an edge over the competition? EVGA may have what you're looking for: the TORQ X10. This gaming mouse is now available to purchase from Newegg, currently costing a mere $49.99; the typical price is $99.99 USD. There's also a "Carbon" model costing $69.99, 46 percent off the regular $129.99 pricetag.

According to the company, this mouse uses high-quality Omron switches, promising a lifespan of more than 20 million clicks (meaning get a backup if you're addicted to Cookie Clicker). The mouse also features a full metal base, the latest Avago 9800 laser sensor, and a six-foot silver-coated USB cable. There's also 512 KB of on-board memory to store up to five different profiles.

Unlike many gaming mice out on the market, the TORQ X10 features an ambidextrous design so that it can be used by left-handed and right-handed gamers. There's also an adjustable height system, an adjustable DPI up to 8200 DPI, and an adjustable weight system. Also included is "super low" friction PTFE mouse feet, and a max polling/reporting rate of 1000 Hz.

But that's not all. Additional features offered on this mouse include an adjustable RGB LED color and brightness, a flexible macro and profiling system, and nine buttons that can be reassigned. Presumably, the "Carbon" model features the real carbon fiber surface, whereas the cheaper non-Carbon mouse does not.

"The EVGA TORQ X10 gaming mouse comes complete with a full software package that allows complete control over the mouse," states the PR. "Customize the color, button settings, DPI and profiles. The EVGA Unleash software also has an OSD (On Screen Display) that makes it easy to see what profile or DPI setting you are using!"

This mouse is seemingly out to compete with the Razer Ouroboros, which offers an ambidextrous design as well. This mouse has an 8200 DPI 4G laser sensor, 11 programmable buttons, 1000 Hz ultrapolling, and customizable ergonomics so that the mouse fits in all grip styles and all hand sizes. The Ouroboros costs $149.99 USD.

For more information about the TORQ X10, head here.

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