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    News - EVGA announces its first gaming mouse, the TORQ X10

    An ambidextrous design with a carbon fibre chassis and metal base.
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    Re: News - EVGA announces its first gaming mouse, the TORQ X10

    Price? Looks nice but I'll likely be unable to afford it, ah well, quite happy with my Corsair M65 for now.

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    Re: News - EVGA announces its first gaming mouse, the TORQ X10

    Look awesome but it'll probably be around 300$ so I'll pass ...

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    Re: News - EVGA announces its first gaming mouse, the TORQ X10

    I find that expensive gaming mice are usually just far too flimsy to justify their often eyewatering price tags. I had one of the original Roccat Kone mice and it didn't even make it to 6 months before the left click started to malfunction.

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    Re: News - EVGA announces its first gaming mouse, the TORQ X10

    Quote Originally Posted by AlexKitch View Post
    I find that expensive gaming mice are usually just far too flimsy to justify their often eyewatering price tags. I had one of the original Roccat Kone mice and it didn't even make it to 6 months before the left click started to malfunction.
    I've not had an issue in the 6 months of my M65 but that said it's not that expensive for a gaming mouse and I'm pretty sure I could use it to flail a man to death.
    Last edited by SkarKrow; 08-01-2014 at 04:51 PM. Reason: Typo

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    Re: News - EVGA announces its first gaming mouse, the TORQ X10

    Don't like the big gaps in the design as they'll likely just gather dust, grime etc and be a pain in the neck to clean. Still more than happy with my MX518 - more than 3 years later and it still feels like it did when I bought it. I hope it lasts another 3 years but when it goes I'll most likely by Logitech again.

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    Re: News - EVGA announces its first gaming mouse, the TORQ X10

    i agree with george1979 about the gaps on the mouse they seem to big and i also think its a bit to round i couldnt imagine my hand comfortably warping into this

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    Re: News - EVGA announces its first gaming mouse, the TORQ X10

    looks ok, I guess, but I'll pass knowing this will be rather expensive and I can get a gaming mouse possibly cheaper...

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