EVGA recently updated its TORQ gaming-mouse line-up, with 2 new models, each featuring two variants, with optical and laser sensors.
All 4 new mice are ambidextrous, with eight programmable buttons, 512kb of on-board memory for up to 5 profiles, and adjustable LED lighting. X3 and X5 are optical, using Pixart sensors, while the X3L and X5L feature the Avago 9500 and 9800 laser sensors, respectively.
TORQ X3 and X3L both use OMRON switches rated at 10-million clicks. TORQ X3L uses the AVAGO ADNS 9500SE laser sensor and RGB lighting, while the TORQ X3 will come with a simple 4000DPI optical sensor and red LED lighting.
On the other hand the higher-priced X5 and X5L have customizable RGB lighting and feature OMRON swtiches rated at 20 million clicks. TORQ X5 has a PIXART 3988 optical sensor with 6400DPI sensor. Meanwhile the X5L has a laser AVAGO 9800SE sensor with 8200DPI. This is the same laser-sensor as the one used on EVGA's flagship, the TORQ X10.
The mice are customizable via EVGA's Unleash Software, exactly like the X10. The only considerable difference between the generations is that the originals also feature customizable height and weight, while the newcomers don't.
The TORQ mouse additions should already be available for $59.99 for the X5L, $49.99 for X5, and $39.99 for the X3. Oddly enough, X3L is exclusive to best-buy for the moment.