Inspector Matter is the Biomnitrix's Fusion DNA of an unknown species (Inspector 10) and a Galvan (Grey Matter) from an unknown planet and Galvan Prime.
Inspector Matter looks like Inspector 10, but his suit colors are inversed and he has a green stripe down the middle of his chest. Inspector Matter has Grey Matter's eyes and skin color also. Inspector Matter is about 4 feet tall.
Like all Techadon Weapon Masters and Galvans, Inspector Matter has a very high intelligence and is able to create a variety of weapons, devices and robots. He has a wide arsenal at his disposal, which he usually activates through voice command because of his helmet. He can create complicated machines from spare parts, understand the function of any device at a glance, and make sophisticated repairs to complex machines, (such as a warp-drive engine). Grey Matter's intellect serves as a problem solver and analytical help in difficult situations. This allows Grey Matter to think more strategically when brute force is inefficient.
Inspector Matter can sometimes manipulate living things by stimulating certain parts of their nervous system, if such beings can be controlled by external stimuli.
Inspector Matter can climb walls due to tiny suction cups on his skin. He also has sharp teeth and his slimy skin makes him difficult to grab.
Inspector Matter appears to be stronger than he looks, as he was strong enough to move a cleaner's bucket with mops in it, and he was able to break a coolant pipe to freeze the Vreedle Brothers.
Inspector Matter is amphibious and has gills.
Inspector Matter has a long prehensile tongue, owing to his insectivore nature. As a Galvan, he also possesses a 'pre-brain' which deals with all basic bodily functions.
Inspector Matter was able to understand Pyxi's speech.
He also is flame resistant.
He has a helmet that controls technology and almost any Techadon robots.
Other than his superior intellect, Inspector Matter does not have any special abilities. Normally he has Techadon Robots or his devices do his fighting for him in battle.
It is revealed that he is relatively as weak and frail as a regular human being (if not more).