Conclusion: There's no doubt in the world that the Thermaltake Tt eSports Level 10 M Hybrid Mouse is made for gamers. Those who take the plunge will find an ergonomic grip, a plethora of customizable buttons, and both wired and wireless connectivity.
Pros: Attractive soft-touch and aluminum design. Height and tilt is adjustable. Excellent wired and wireless performance. Robust customization in software.
Cons: Too easy to hit left-side buttons by mistake. Weight isn't adjustable. Non-removable battery.
Summary: With the next revision of the Level 10 M Mouse, we are getting a Hybrid model which works both wired and wireless, a solid aluminum body and optimized shape for additional comfort, at the expense of two extra programmable buttons on the right side. The included software is at the same level of customization as with other high-end mice, the only section which needs a bit of improvement being the LED lighting settings.
Conclusion: As some of you know i really enjoy spending my free hours (when i have some) playing Planetside 2 with the rest of the staff so the Level 10M Gaming Mouse was mostly used with that specific online game. However to get a more complete picture i also used it with Far Cry 3 and Mass Effect 3 (Omega DLC) two somewhat fast paced FPS games (although not as fast as Planetside 2).
Pros: - Build Quality (Aluminum Body), - Blazing Fast (8200DPI Laser Sensor), - Height/Angle Adjustable, - Illumination Effects, - 7 Buttons, - Control Software, - Available in 4 Different Colors (Black/White/Red/Green)
Cons: - Price (For Some), - Left Side Buttons Too Easy To Press
Conclusion: When we reviewed the Level 10 M Gaming Mouse we knew that its eccentric design by BMW DesignworksUSA was something some people would either love at first sight or hate. Well right now it seems that most people have really liked it otherwise i just can't explain the why Tt eSPORTS would spend time and resources in developing basically the same mouse but with 5.8GHz wireless connectivity.
Pros: - Build Quality (Aluminum Body), - Blazing Fast (8200DPI Laser Sensor), - 5GHz Wireless & Wired, - Battery Life (Up To 15 Hours), - Height/Angle Adjustable, - Illumination Effects ( 2 Zones), - 5 Fully Programmable Buttons, - Control Software, - Available in 4 Different Colors (Black/White/Red/Green), - Braided Cable With Gold Plated USB Connector
Summary: The Level 10 M mouse from Tt eSPORTS shows a lot of promise but ultimately fails to deliver on a number of aspects. First and foremost, the comfort-enhancing features work, but the added bulk means that the gains are questionable at best. During our testing, the fatigue associated with use was higher than that of more conventional mice like the Zowie AM or Mionix NAOS 5000.
Pros: Adjustable palm plate, Best laser sensor on the market, Well-performing button mechanisms, Wealth of buttons, Good bundle, Good driver suite, Looks (for some), Weight (for some)
Summary: Thermal Take has created a division concentrating on gaming products called Tt eSports which has released a unique gaming mouse called the Level 10 M with adjustable height and angle along with an open design for cooler hands.
Conclusion: The Tt eSports Level 10 M Mouse is nicely packaged and well-built. It has a few awkward points and comes with cruddy software—but, overall, this is a fine piece of hardware with clever embedded tricks that go far beyond most mice I’ve pushed around. I really like the design and build quality of this mouse—it feels quite durable, except for that loose and protruding 4-way hat.
Conclusion: Level 10 M screams along with performance. The sensor is top notch and made this one of the best mice we have used. We really never used “level 4” DPI levels at 5000DPI (default) simply because it was extremely sensitive and responsive to every tiny movement. Perfect for gaming, but not casual use. A favorite part of ours was the easy to use Z button that allowed switching between DPI levels quickly.
Summary: The high-end Level 10 M Gaming Mouse from Tt eSPORTS was designed in cooperation with BMW Group Subsidiary DesignworksUSA and comes with an aluminum reinforced chassis, 11 programmable command keys and 128KB onboard for storing 5 different gaming profiles. The LED lighting system is present in 4 different areas and the mouse also comes with a laser-sensor engine maxing 8200DPI.