Like many tech companies, eVGA had a private suite to show off their latest hardware. Here they gave us a glimpse of new mice, keyboards, and video cards
Continuing with their success of the Torq X10, eVGA is now introducing some lower cost options. Available in two versions each, there will be the Torq X3 and Torq X5. The Torq X5 will be available with either a 6400 DPI optical sensor or an 8200 DPI laser sensor. While the Torq X3 will be an even lower cost option with a 4000 DPI optical, or 5000 DPI laser sensor.
All of the eVGA mice will have four on-thee-fly DPI settings, Omron switches, five onboard profiles, customizable RGB LEDs and utilize the Unleash software for user customization. The new Torq mice are expected to be available by end of January, and will have a suggested retail price of under $50 depending on the model.
Z10 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard
eVGA’s newest keyboard is the Z10, a mechanical gaming keybaord that uses Cherry Red key switches. The keyboard will utilize the Unleash software allowing the user to program macro G keys, LED backlight and the LCD module. The LCD module can show temperatures, fan speed, and a large amount of other helpful information.
The Z10 is expected to be available at the end of the 2nd quarter of 2015, and no suggested retail price was available.