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Level 10 M Gaming Mouse premiers at CeBIT 2012


At the CeBIT 2012, Thermaltake Group with its three brands-Thermaltake, Tt eSPORTS, and LUXA2 (Booth number: Hall 17, E60) not only captures visitors’ attention with fascinating products and technical innovations, but enthrals with an art object as well. The highlight of the opening day on 6th of March was the debut of the Level 10 M Gaming Mouse-the design collaboration between Thermaltake and BMW Group subsidiary DesignworksUSA, celebrates its world premiere in Hannover. The Level 10 M Gaming Mouse is divided into lower and top part which seems to float over the base. This part which is also the essential steering element of the mouse can be adjusted in regards to height and angle. The 3D dimensional character of the mouse provides for new and highly sufficient axis movements in various directions and makes the mouse fit as many gamers preferences as possible.

The Level 10 M Mouse has two regular keys on top and five additional keys at the side. Each key is programmable by software application by a single press with the finger. The special “Z” key is designed for five different commands. There is a total of eleven programmable command keys on Level 10 M Mouse. 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.

With clear indication on top of the mouse, users can observe the current DPI status and make change whenever necessary. The Function-Lock Mechanism also serves to avoid accidental error command by locking side keys during gaming mode. The Level 10 M Mouse is a tool which was clearly designed for pro-gaming and creative needs.

The Level 10 M Mouse is available in three different colors: Diamond Black, Iron White, and Military Green. Each represents different characters and user’s unique personality, and each carries the gaming philosophy of Level 10.

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