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Tecware launches a new line of super affordable gaming mice

By Koh Wanzi - on 21 Sep 2018, 6:33pm

Tecware launches a new line of super affordable gaming mice

Tecware Vector Pro

Tecware has announced three new gaming mice, each with its own unique features to cater to different preferences. This is the same company that made the Phantom RGB mechanical keyboard, an excellent keyboard that offered you plenty of bang for your buck, and the new mice are going for the same angle.

The Torque Pro, Vector Pro, and Impulse Pro all feature very similar specifications, including a 12,000DPI PixArt PMW3360 optical sensor. It supports steps of 400, 800, 1,600, 3,200, 5,000, and 12,000DPI, so you should be able to find something that suits you, even if finer-grained adjustments aren’t available.

The PMW3360 is known for being pretty reliable, and it’s used in mice like the Zowie EC1-B and SteelSeries Rival 700.

They also feature customizable RGB lighting across two independent lighting zones and 11 different lighting presets. The switches are Huano switches, which I’ve found to be a little stiffer than the usual Omrom switches.

The mice differ mainly in terms of their shape and the number of programmable buttons they have.

The Torque Pro is an ergonomic, right-handed mouse with eight buttons, including two side buttons on the left. On the other hand, the seven-button Vector Pro features a modular design with two different sets of modular side grips. Finally, the Impulse Pro boasts an ambidextrous design that will work for both left- and right-handers, boasting a total of nine buttons.

Tecware Vector Pro

All three mice will be available in early October for S$39.99.

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