It’s been a while since we last reviewed a gaming peripheral from Thermaltake, but the wait is over as today we look at the company’s Level 20 RGB mouse. With an ambidextrous design, PMW 3389 sensor and Omron switches, how good is this mouse considering the £45 price point?
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- P/N: GMO-LVT-WDOOBK-01
- COLOR: Black
- OF BUTTONS: 8
- SHAPE: Ambidextrous for right hand and left hand
- OF GAME PROFILES: 5
- OF MACRO KEYS: 40
- OMRON SWITCHES: 50 Million click life-cycle
- USB CABLE LENGTH: <1.8m
- GRAPHICAL UI: TT iTAKE Software
- GOLD-PLATED USB: YES
- DIMENSION: 128.35 X 67.21 X 46.64 mm
- LED COLOR: 16.8 Million RGB Colors
- LIGHTING EFFECT: Static, Pulse, Spectrum Running, Marquee,
- Wave, Ribbon, Reactive, Blink, Sound Control, System Temperature.
- SENSOR NAME: PIXART PMW-3389
- SENSOR TYPE: Optical
- DPI: Up to 16000 DPI
- DEFAULT DPI: 800, 1000, 1200, 1600, 3200
- IPS: 400
- ACCELERATION: 50g
- POLLING RATE: 2000Hz, 1000Hz, 500Hz, 250Hz or 125Hz
- (0.5ms, 1ms, 2ms, 4ms or 8ms)
- Weight: 100g without cable, 132g with cable
You can purchase the Thermaltake Level 20 RGB Gaming mouse, for around £45 on Amazon HERE!
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- I love the way this mouse looks.
- Good price.
- RGB is super bright and well placed.
- Work with different grip styles.
- Plastic grips are actually really effective that is really something for me to say as I always prefer rubber normally.
- Great wheel resistance.
- So much choice with software and compatibility and the fact it works with Alexa.
- Top sensor.
- 2 year warranty.
- The side buttons are easy to accidentally click.
- Left and right primary buttons are not overly clicky.
- The cable is easy to kink and un-kink because of how thin it is.
KitGuru says: There’s a lot to like about the Level 20 RGB mouse, with the RGB lighting being a particularly strong point. However, it is just a shame that that side buttons are so easy to accidentally click.