Tt eSPORTS Level 10 M Gaming Mouse (by BMW) Review
Tt eSPORTS Level 10 M Gaming Mouse (By BMW) Review
Back in 2009 at Cebit we were one of a small number of press to see an advance sample of the Thermaltake Level 10 case. Co-designed with BMW it offered a huge shift away from traditional chassis design while looking lovely in the process. Since then Thermaltake have been refining the design, adding gamer features, new colours and even built in watercooling equipment.
The latest collaboration between Thermaltake (or Tt eSPORTS) and DesignworksUSA (subsidiary of BMW) is the Level 10 M gaming mouse. With metal plates, tweakable shape, wide range of buttons and some high style design the mouse clearly has a lot going for it. Today we have one of the first samples on our test bench, so lets take a look.
Packaging and Bundle
Tt eSPORTS package their Level 10 M mouse in a box which gives us a nice clear view of the product as well as listing some of the key features on the front. The back goes into more detail before we slide off the sleeve and open the internal box doors. There we find the mouse tied into a tray with the bundled items below.
With our Level 10 M sample we received a hardcover book about the brand/design process and then in the box are many of the items we expect to receive. These are the product documentation and software CD. Tt eSPORTS then go a little further by bundling a protective travel pouch and tool, more on that shortly.
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