Tt eSPORTS Level 10 M Gaming Mouse Review



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We all know the gaming brand Tt eSPORTS and their high quality performance-over-features products and in the past we’ve had the chance to review a fair few of them, with many walking away with an award. You may have also spotted the eSports team – Team Infused  branding their peripherals and logo, so it goes to show, just how serious the brand is when it comes to gaming. The last mouse we got to review from Tt eSPORTS was the Theron gaming mouse, of which we were thoroughly impressed.

Tt eSPORTS have a particular range of products that come under the name “Level 10”. These products have been designed not just by peripheral product designers, but in collaboration with BMW DesignWorks USA – yes that’s right, a car manufacturer. Using their unique perspective, they have created some very different looking, innovative products, with the most well-known being the Level 10 PC Chassis. Whilst the product range is fairly limited, each product has been carefully designed, not just with looks in mind, but performance too, so much so that our chief – Andy, has his own Level 10 case that he uses for his main rig – and rightly so, as it looks amazing. The particular item we have in today, is a first in terms of having an out-sourced design company, design it. We’ve had cases, headphones etc before, but today is the first time we’ve seen a mouse created this way.

Normally for our gaming mice reviews, we like to establish the grounds of which the mouse needs to perform well in, or order for the product to obtain one of our prestigious awards. We all know how big a part the mouse plays when it comes to gaming, especially when playing competitively, so it is immensely important to have the right tools – and the best at that, for the job. Could this be a case of form over features? Well, we have yet to see this with the existing Level 10 products, so we are feeling hopeful that this will not be the case with the Level 10 M gaming mouse. The mouse is targeted mainly at RTS/MMO gamers, so we’ll expect to make use of the many buttons and take advantage of the high sensitivity.

Color Diamond Black
Iron White
Military Green
Blazing Red
DPI 8200
Sensor Type Laser
No. of Buttons 7
Game Genre RTS, MMORPG
Memory Size 128kb
No. of Macro Keys 11
No. of Game Profiles 5
Lighting Effect Yes
Pause-Break Effect Yes
Color Options 7
USB cable length 1.8m
Weight-In Design No
Graphical UI Yes
Industrial Rubber-Coating Yes
Weight 185g
Gold-Plated USB Yes
Dimension 147 x 67.5 x 38.8 mm

The mouse does look like it could pack a punch (as far as mice can) as you can see below, but will it perform well? What’s interesting is that the Level 10 is also one of the first passive cooled mice that we’ve seen, and that you’ll be able to see shortly.

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2 Responses to “Tt eSPORTS Level 10 M Gaming Mouse Review”
  1. Wayne says:

    Having played with this mouse for the past 2 weeks I can honestly say I’m pretty underwhelmed. Sure it has flash but it is really bog standard. The hex grille does nothing but let you peer inside, it’s meant to increase airflow to reduce sweaty palms but it fails at that. The LCD thing on the main button is only for show & the horseshoe pattern on the scroll wheel has no noticeable impact on traction. The missing bits on the sides & the back only serve to provide fewer gripping positions, it is certainly not designed for the claw grip. Although the looks will appeal to a lot of people & it does what it says on the tin it’s still a toilet load of money to pay for a mouse. I think you’d be better served investing in a similar mouse from Mad Catz. IMHO it doesn’t deserve an Editors Choice award but it does deserve a Novelty award. It’s really not too bad apart from it’s eye watering price.

  2. AMJACKER says:

    Does it work on Mac OS???

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