At this point, it’s hard to believe that EVGA was once known only for its graphics cards. Today, the company also produces motherboards, power supplies, cases, and even some accessories. Oh – and peripherals, such as the TORQ X10 gaming mouse, which we’ve given a good test over the past month. Read on to learn how it fared.
EVGA has a well-earned and established reputation in the gaming community as being a company that produces quality video cards, power supplies, motherboards, cases, and so on. Today we are looking at the company’s first peripheral – the X10 TORQ Gaming Mouse. Here at Techgage, we have reviewed many gaming mice – from the moderately priced entry level basic mice, to the top-of-the-line, go-to-hell ultimate mice at the top of the realm.
Mice are almost like cars – some people are Corvette people, some like Mustangs, or Porsches, or whatever. People all like different models, for different reasons, and mice are no different. Some people like a basic mouse with clean lines and minimal styling; others want a mouse that looks like something Agent Mulder would have found deep in the photo archive at X-Files HQ. So, how has EVGA’s first mouse fared against my gauntlet of testing? Follow me, let’s have a look!
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