Equipped with an LED that can change colors on the rear and on the scroll wheel, there is also a simply sweet 8200dpi sensor driving this mouse. One thing that will help this mouse sell to literally everyone is the fact that it is ambidextrous and there are buttons on both sides of the mouse. These buttons will only work for left or right handed and are controlled in EVGA’s custom software.
EVGA displays TORQ X10 gaming mouse at CES
Posted on Wednesday, Jan 08 2014 @ 11:58 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Legit Reviews visited EVGA at CES and got to see the company's upcoming TORQ X10 Carbon gaming mouse. This peripheral features a full metal base and a carbon fiber like body. It has a weight management system and features a Torx screw on the rear end that allows you to raise or lower the palm rest section.