Tt eSports Level 10 M Mouse Review

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Thermaltake enjoyed plenty of success with their Level 10 computer chassis and it was only a matter of time before they expanded this range into other categories. The partnership with BMW Group DesignworksUSA has produced a new product – the luxurious, eye catching Level 10 M Mouse.

There is no doubt that the Level 10 chassis divided opinion. A portion of the enthusiast audience loved the radical, unique design ethic while others vehemently protested that the cases were not built that well and didn’t actually bring anything new to the table. Whatever camp you happen to reside in, we would imagine the Level 10 M mouse will be interesting, at the very least.

Thermaltake have endeavored to release at least one mouse colour to suit every enthusiast. The Level 10 M Mouse is available in Diamond Black, Iron White, Military Green and Blazing Red. I specifically like the red version.

We received the black unit for review today which I would imagine will target the widest audience.

The mouse is uniquely designed with an ‘open structure’ in between the top and base segments. It is height adjustable with a supplied tool and can also be angled via the ‘steering axis’. This design principle is said to improve user comfort

The Level 10 M is a programmable gaming mouse which uses proprietary software for fine tuning and adjustment. The polling rate can be adjusted, along with 7 lighting effect colours for those people who like to completely colour coordinate their system build.

Technically, the Level 10 M doesn’t seem to make compromises with a software tweakable 8,200 dpi sensor onboard.

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  • Manucuna
    October 17, 2012
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    Very nice looking product, well built and stylish. Its hard to judge if this would suit me personally until I got a hands on, and as im unable to , I wouldnt part with £90. I try to analyse the shape in pictures and go with what mice ive liked in the past. I think my hand is suited to shorter, ‘fatter’ mice.

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  • Jana
    October 17, 2012
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    Lovely, its on my shortlist for end of year.

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  • Eran
    October 17, 2012
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    I would love to know the percentage of gamers who will spend £90 on more on a mouse. 10% or less?

    its a nice looking mouse, but ive heard it is really heavy which would put me off it, as I always use a mouse without any weights in it when I have the option.

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  • Brian
    October 17, 2012
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    I think this is much nicer than any mouse from steelseries or raser or microsoft.

    At least it looks better build than the Level 10 case, those fell apart all the time.

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  • arpan
    September 23, 2013
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    Is tt esports level 10 compatible with windows 8 ?

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