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Tecware Torque RGB Gaming Mouse Unboxing and Quick Review

The Tecware Torque is a gaming mouse that has a body like the Razer Mamba. This gaming mouse has an Omron switch and uses the PixAert PMW 3310 Sensor that can do up to 5000 DPI Resolution. You may buy this around 1,200 pesos. Here is our quick review and unboxing of the Tecware Torque.


  • Customisable 16.8 RGB color lightning
  • 1000hz Ultra polling rate
  • 130IPS tracking, 30G acceleration
  • 8 Fully programmable buttons
  • PixArt PMW3310, up to 5000DPI resolution
  • 400 / 800 / 1600 / 3200 / 5000 DPI
  • OMRON¬† 20 million lifespan switches
  • 11 adjustable RGB LED effects
  • 1.8m braided cable
  • Gold plated USB connector
  • 126 x 69 x 388mm, 111g
  • Compatible with Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / 10

Packaging of Tecware Torque

The packing of the mouse is straight forward. It listed the features of the mouse, what it includes in the box, and the first things you need to know about the mouse.

Inside of the Box

Inside of the box contains the following:

  • TECWARE TORQUE Gaming Mouse
  • Quick Start Guide
  • Extra Set of Mouse Feet

Closer Look – Tecware Torque

The body of the mouse is all plastic. But it feels it is not a cheap plastic it has a a quality into it.

Both sides of the mouse has a rubber grip. For extra grip to its mouse. It has a decent amount of rubber grip and it feels like it can take long session of playing times.

The scroll wheel of the mouse has also have a rubber grip to it.

It has a golden USB into it. For having more lifespan to the mouse. It avoids rusting to its USB plug. The wire of the mouse is braided. The length of the wire is 1.8m.

The RGB lighting of this mouse has a 11 different kinds of mode

  1. Colorful Streaming
  2. Steady
  3. Breathing
  4. Tail
  5. Neon
  6. Colorful Steady
  7. Flicker
  8. Response
  9. Streaming
  10. Wave
  11. Trailing

Software of the Mouse

You need to download the software on their website.

The software of the mouse is fairly straight forward. You can change the button assignment of the mouse up to changing the response of the mouse. You can also set macro to the mouse.


For the price of 1,200 pesos. This mouse is good for its price range. The build quality is good you can feel the body of the mouse and the rubber grips that it has. And the functionality that brings to the table is also good too like the 8 programmable buttons it has. The lightings of the RGB is good because it is cover all parts of the mouse. And lastly, the software support of the mouse is great. You can customize almost all the things in this mouse thanks to the software of it. From the RGB lightings of the mouse, the response of the mouse, the sensitivity of the sensor, and also you can put your macro keys in this mouse.
But the downside for this mouse is the weight of and the length of the mouse. It is quite on the heavy side and the mouse is long. It can bring a hard time for the shorthands. But overall it is a preference base. If you like a heavy mouse and a long body mouse.

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