BMW And Thermaltake Create Race-Inspired, Finely Tuned Level 10 M Gaming Mouse

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News Posted: Tue, Sep 4 2012 5:32 AM
Remember that BMW-inspired gaming tower from a while back? Hopefully you've still got yours, because a new accessory has cropped up to complete the pairing. BMW and Thermaltake have joined forces in order to provide the Level 10 M gaming mouse, which might be the most insane looking mousing device this side of a Razer Naga. It's a lightweight, finely tuned piece of machinery, and there are plenty of open spaces to peek around at the particulars. It's divided into lower and top part which seems to float over the base, and the steering element of the mouse can be adjusted in regards to height and angle. It also packs a solid aluminum base, air-through ventilation system, and a software inclusion that enables users to customize the functionality.

There is a total of 11 programmable command keys on Level 10 M Mouse while the "Z" key offers another function: during the gaming mode this key can switch between up to 5 gaming profiles. In addition, the polling rate and the 7 lighting-effect colors of the Mouse are also customizable. The Level 10 M Mouse is equipped with 8200 DPI, adjustable from 800, 1600, 3200 to 5000 (default setting), and customizable by software application up to 8200 DPI. The Function-Lock Mechanism also serves to avoid accidental error command by locking side keys during gaming mode.


It'll ship shortly to the US, Europe and Asia in Diamond Black, Iron White, Military Green and Blazing Red, with pricing set at around $99. Pricey, yes, but gorgeous.
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I have seen this a while back and it looks nice. Open concept design is atractive but could use a little more function

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CDeeter replied on Tue, Sep 4 2012 8:02 AM

Yes, a little pricey, but not outrageously so, unlike the lvl 10 case.

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eunoia replied on Tue, Sep 4 2012 1:03 PM

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...pending.

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JOMA replied on Tue, Sep 4 2012 1:26 PM

Looks pretty damn cool. I don't typically buy expensive mice. I end up using the same mouse for years until it dies. As long as it fits my hands well I don't really need extra features.

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«Race-Inspired» ?!! I hadn't realised that it was the sort of mouse that ran mazes.... Smile

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