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The Level 10 M Mouse by Thermaltake and BMW Designworks

Discussion in 'News' started by qubit, Jan 12, 2012.

  1. qubit

    qubit Overclocked quantum bit

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    This must be the coolest high performance mouse to be seen in some time. The Level 10 M mouse designed by Thermaltake and BMW is being introduced at CES 2012. Featuring a very high tech design, the shape can be physically adjusted to fit optimally in the palm of the hand by turning a screw on the top. It also features a perforated skin, to help deal with sweaty palms better during intense gaming sessions. The release date and price are yet to be announced as are more detailed specifications such as the tracking technology used and the DPI resolution.

    The mouse was exclusively shown to Tom's Hardware.

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    it looks like a skill saw
     
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    trickson OH, I have such a headache

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    What the fuck :eek: ??? It look's like a stapler !
     
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    :roll: Oh don't!

    A stapler... :laugh:
     
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    and ill also buy that one, to add to my collection of exotic mouses. excellent
     
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    cool design, after casing then mouse, whats next?
    i guess cooler..
     
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    trickson OH, I have such a headache

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    Man my wife would look at that thing put some paper in it and slap it thinking it is the stapler ! Breaking it the first day ! :mad:
     
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    all it does is showcase that a mouse is no more then a tiny gingerbread board with a few things attached, lazer/thing to read the lazers distance or what have you, usb cable and some microswitches. oh yeah and if it's a gaming mouse lots and lots of leds
     
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    ^ and buttons
     
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    I love the form, but it's thermaltake, so will it be the function or the price that kills it?
     
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    trickson OH, I have such a headache

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    Both ! And the person walking over to your desk looking for a stapler !
     
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    Oooohh, what's that? An Arc atop a Rat?
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    Its the type of design I love the looks of, but would never buy or use.
     
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    Very sexy, but price is going to kill this if the past is any indication.
     
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    I would really like to see this mouse actually deliver from day 1... unlike the mad catz ratz that needed somethin like 3 revisions, and still aren't top notch as one would expect from a 100$ priced mouse :shadedshu
     
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    less materials = cheaper materials cost

    Ugly looking thing; if I had it I'd be wondering where the rest of it had run off to with all that air in there :confused:
     
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    Disclaimer: Tt does not take any responsibility for injuries caused by the use of this product...
     
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    mouse? XD
     
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    Looks like something would short out anytime due to sweaty palms :D
     
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    and another thing: if they don't put ceramic glidez on this little fu**er than it's just the usual bullsh*t futureware looking gadget held up by state-of-the-art crap marketing in my eyes
     
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    I kinda like it, still waiting for some really nice adjustable mice to come around.

    Mo comfort!
     
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    judging by the pictures available on the net, I don't think this will be adjustable that much...at least not as adjustable as the rat 7 or 9 modells are.
     
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    I like it! I don't need it to be adjustable, hands are amazing at how they can conform to things. Lot's of bones in a hand. :p
     
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