Today EVGA announced its entry into a new category of hardware with the TORQ X10 Carbon gaming mouse. Designed for hardware and gaming enthusiasts, this mouse features a real carbon fiber surface with an ambidextrous grip, a full metal base, low-friction PTFE mouse feet, and a customizable RGB LED. The device also features and adjustable weight, and a sizing mechanism allows for the length and height of the mouse to be changed for various hand sizes.
The TORQ X10 has nine programmable buttons, along with a 512 KB on-board memory for profile storage. The included EVGA Unleash software assigns and manages button settings, macros, and profiles with a heads-up display for full control of the device.
The hardware on the TORQ X10 includes Omron D2FC-F-7N switches, which have an advertised lifespan of over 20 million clicks, and an 8200 DPI Avago laser sensor with a 1000Hz polling rate. It also has a six-foot silver-coated cable with a black nickel USB connector.
There is currently no set release date or price for the TORQ X10.