Tecware officially launched not one, but three new Pro series gaming-grade mice. The gaming accessories in question are the Vector Pro, Torque Pro, and the Impulse Pro.
The internals of all three gaming mice pretty much identical. They all use a PixArt PMW3360 optical gaming sensor, which has a maximum resolution of 12000 DPI that can be customized through five different DPI levels. The mice also sport 250 IPS (inches per second) tracking rate, and a maximum acceleration of 50G.
Additionally, all the mice are equipped with Huano mechanical mouse switches that are rated for up to 20 million clicks. Last but not least, all three Pro series gaming mice have built-in RGB that sports a total of 16.8 million customizable color lighting options.
What sets the three mice apart are their form factors. The Vector Pro is the only model of the three that sports modular side grips, allowing to switch out between side grips on the fly, and per your comfort level. It also comes with a total of seven programmable buttons.
Both the Torque Pro and Impulse Pro feature non-modular designs, and instead textured, in-mould side grips that allow you to really dig your grip into them. On a side note, the Torque Pro’s designs look like a cross between a HyperX Pulsefire FPS and Razer Deathadder. The mouse also has eight programmable buttons; one more compared to the Vector Pro.
Moving on, the Impulse Pro is the only ambidextrous gaming mice of the trio, which explains the accessory’s more symmetrical and uniform design. To that end, the mouse comes with a total of nine programmable buttons.
The Vector Pro, Torque Pro, and Impulse Pro are slated to hit the shelves of all authorized Tecware resellers this October, though an exact date of release has yet to be provided by the brand. All three models will retail at the same SRP of RM119.