Level 10 M Gaming Mouse by BMW Designworks and Thermaltake

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

Late last year we got our first preview look at the Level 10 M Mouse that was designed as a collaboration project between BMW Designworks and Thermaltake, and now the two have officially released the final product.

The design is unlike anything we have ever encountered in the ever expanding computer accessories market. A futuristic aluminum construction includes a hollowed out center which will also allow for better ventilation under your palm, preventing sweat to build up during the nerve wracking battles on your favorite PC games. As part of a new range of performance products from the two brands, the Level 10 M Mouse is just the tip of the iceberg. The mouse includes a series of buttons that can be customized the user’s individual needs along with an optical light that shines in 7 different colors, and a body that comes in four different colorways. The mouse has begun hitting select retailers at the end of August, retailing for about $99. You can purchase yours today from Amazon.

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