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Tecware Torque+ Pro & Phantom RGB Review

Could we have found one of the best budget keyboards yet? The TECWARE Phantom Keyboard has some great features, and we also check out the Torque Pro + Mouse! Continue reading to find out what works and what doesn’t…

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Torque + Pro Mouse


  • Customizable 16.8 Million RGB Color Lighting
  • In-Mould Side Grips
  • 1000Hz Polling Rate
  • 250 IPS Tracking, 50G Acceleration
  • 8 Fully Programmable Buttons
  • PixArt PMW3360, up to 12000 DPI
  • 400 / 800 / 1600 / 3200 / 5000 / 12000 DPI
  • HUANO 20 Million Lifespan Switches
  • 11 Adjustable RGB LED Effects
  • 8m Braided Cable
  • Gold-plated USB Connector
  • 126 x 69 x 38mm, 111g
  • Extra Set of Mouse Feet
  • 11 Adjustable RGB LED Effects
  • Adjust DPI Settings
  • Assign Macros and Button Functions
  • Configure Profiles & Mouse Settings

You can purchase the Tecware Torque + Pro, for £24.99, HERE!


  • Price is very competitive.
  • Specs are pretty good.
  • It looks clean.
  • Nice RGB.
  • Wheel is very tactile.
  • Software was ok nothing special but did the job.
  • Quite clicky keys.


  • It feels a little plastic in my opinion.
  • The cord feels odd.
  • It is quite basic to look at.
  • No real wow factor.
Rating: 7.

Phantom RGB Keyboard


  • ‘Floating Key' Design
  • 50 million Reliable Keystrokes
  • Standard 104 key / TKL 87 Key Layout
  • Modular Switches for Easy Replacement
  • Long Lifespan SMD LEDs
  • Non-fade Double-shot ABS keycaps
  • Multiple Lighting Effects
  • Braided 1.8m USB Cable
  • Compatible with Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10
  • Macro Recording
  • Macro Assignment
  • Custom User Profiles
  • Custom Per-key Lighting

You can purchase the Tecware Phantom RGB, for £59.99, HERE!


  • Great price.
  • Loving the stealth look.
  • Vibrant RGB.
  • It's plug and play.
  • Great build quality.
  • Can all be controlled without software.
  • Feels great texture of the keys and the key feedback is satisfying.


  • The software is pretty basic.
  • Keys scratched easy.
  • Packaging wasn’t very impressive but does that matter?.
Rating: 8.

KitGuru says: In regards to the mouse we feel that for the price there is nothing really to complain about but also nothing to shout about. It is basic and that is what you would expect for the price, it gets the job done and there are no problems with the build quality or functionality. You usually get what you pay for; however, I would say that the keyboard is extraordinary for the price. Compared to other high end keyboards it stands up tall. We would comfortably say that this one really shocked us with its tactile switches and keys as well as its tech and functionality.

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