Mainly known for its cases and keyboards, Tecware has now added gaming mouse into its line-up. For starters, the company has unveiled two models in the form of Tecware Vector and Torque which will be made available in Malaysia starting from 3 January 2018 onwards.
Despite being made for gaming, the design approach for both mice are rather different from each other. For example, Vector’s design revolves around ergonomics through the implementation of modular attachment. Techware has yet to provide specific regarding the feature but judging from the official product images, the mouse comes standard with swappable side grips.
As for Torque which is apparently designed for competitive players, it is equipped with texturized side grips. This might help the mouse stays firmly within its owner’s hand especially during intense gaming session.
Another factor that differentiate both mice are their sensors. Even though both of them were sourced from PixArt and has the same 5000cpi resolution, the PMW 3310 sensor in Torque has higher speed and acceleration rate than the PMW 3325 sensor in Vector.
Nevertheless, both mice do come with switches from Omron though which are known for their durability and reliability. Not to forget, users are able to tweak their settings as well as RGB lights through a software that will be provided by Tecware.
In terms of pricing, these Tecware gaming mice are quite affordable with the Vector will be made available for RM 89 while the Torque can be obtained at a slightly higher price tag of RM 109. To know where exactly to get your hands on these new mice, you can reach out to the company via its official Facebook page for Malaysia.