Unless you were living under a rock the last couple of years, you had to have seen the Level 10 chassis by now. The original incarnation of the Level 10 was a collaboration between Thermaltake and BMW's DesignworksUSA to bring forth one of the most original cases to date. When it was released, it took the world by storm with its use of fine materials, out of the box thinking and designing that had never been done before. And who can deny the "elite factor" that comes from owning a piece of tech history like the Level 10 delivered.
Now that Thermaltake has the prosperous like of the Tt eSPORTS peripherals and various gear for gamers, they went back to their friends at DesignworksUSA with a simple request; we want a Level 10 mouse. Again the collaboration has been a huge success as they have delivered a mouse like no other I have seen outside of what the mouse is supposed to do for the user.
This time for the peripheral, they had to think a little different, as this was designed for the experience, much like how you would much more enjoy the trip to work in a high-end exotic than if you were given the choice of that or a Smart Car. While the cheaper version will get the job done, the experience is cheap feeling and hard on your body in the Smart, but once you allow the race inspired seat to support you as you slide the exotic around the corners, the whole level steps up a notch. That is what Thermaltake was going for with this mouse.
The Level 10M from Tt eSPORTS that we are going to be looking at today was delivered in Iron White, but there are three brothers to this - the Diamond Black, Blazing Red, and a Military Green version to fit any decor of these buyers. Likening the mouse to a car may seem a bit farfetched, but not as far as you would first think. Since the idea here is functionality and a higher level experience of use, considerations of form, fit, drivability, even adding adjustable suspension and camber to the Level 10M to ensure the most comfortable and customizable, high-end feel for each and every user.
With the Level 10M there is a lot to cover, so pay close attention as I try to cover it all and give you the lowdown on how this partnership worked for Thermaltake this time around.?
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