As an impulse buy, I would seriously consider the Level 10M in white, simply because it matches both the color scheme of my latest build and matches the Matias Tactile Pro3 I use day to day. The thing is, just because it matches isn't enough for most buyers at this price range.
Aesthetically I have never seen anything like this, and that to me is a good thing. Just when I thought I had seen just about everything you can do with a mouse, Tt eSPORTS puts the market on its ear, and delivers one of the most intensively thought out designs I think a mouse can offer. That's because the precision in which all of the components are tied together and the fact that they left absolutely no stone unturned with this design. The color combination of the white against the aluminum bottom and metallic stripe running its long length is just killer looking against a black mouse mat. Then you have to consider all the fine details like the red covered cabling, the adjustment nuts, the open air cooling design with the hexagonal cutouts backlit with the LED Battle Dragon; that is just over the top, but very cool to look at. From any angle while looking, or under your right hand, the Level 10M is really exquisite.
My time with the Level 10M has been somewhat short so that I could show you this product as soon as possible, but I did get ample time in various games and while editing images and doing my day to day routine. I have used this mouse exclusively on the Ladon pad, but as I typed that I also reached to track it on my cloth CM mat, and I notice very little difference, just that the Ladon allows the Level 10M to glide smoother, the tracking is the same. I do need to address that this is a longer mouse, and if you have small hands, the basic buttons on top will be fine, but you will find yourself having to readjust your hands to use the forward most side buttons. The Z-key on the left side is in a good placement, and even though I found myself tapping it downward on occasion, there isn't a default function set so I wasn't accidentally changing the DPI or the profiles on accident.
While $100 is a hard pill to swallow when considering this mouse, it is like no other on the market currently and would make a great gift for the guy who has everything and enjoys high-end toys. For users that fit this same mold, and like to have something that is surely a step above what everyone else is using, this is definitely the mouse for you. For those of you that may tend to be haters; yes you can get cheaper mice with similar functionality, but nothing near this sleek and elegant.
The fact that you are going to want to travel with this every time you use a PC after owning one is also eased by the handy carrying pouch. You know you are not going to damage this high-end piece of tech, as you whip it out, with the sound of angels coming from above, as you slide this masterpiece in mice out of the bag.
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