Over the years, we've seen EVGA expand beyond graphics cards and into several other product categories—motherboards, power supplies, cases, and even tablets. The company's latest venture involves gaming mice, and at CES last week, Scott got a look at some of its first rodents.
Pictured above is EVGA's Torq X10 Carbon, an ambidextrous pointing device with a carbon fiber weave surface, a metal base, and an Avago 9800 laser sensor with an 8200 DPI resolution. The Torq X10 Carbon also features nine programmable buttons (purportedly with a life span of 20 million clicks), 512KB of onboard memory for profile storage, a "fully customizable" RGB LED, and adjustability options for both weight and palm rest height.
The palm rest can be adjusted outward or inward to suit the user's hand shape. Also, the top of the mouse pops off to allow access to the removable weights underneath.
EVGA plans to have the Torq X10 Carbon in stores in late January or early February with a $119.99 price tag. The company has other mice up its sleeve, as well. All in all, EVGA tells us it expects to have six rodents on offer by June.
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