TteSports Level 10M Hybrid Advance Mouse Review
Peter Donnell / 10 months ago
TteSports Level 10M Hybrid Advance
Thermaltake and their gaming division TteSports are no strangers to crazy products. From some of the biggest gaming chassis on the market to some of the most bizarre gaming mice on the market, they’ve certainly covered all bases over the years. Today is no exception, with the new level 10m Hybrid Advanced Gaming Mouse which has more features than most people would realise they ever needed.
“The Level 10 M HYBRID ADVANCED wired/wireless gaming mouse comes packed with the latest tech to meet the needs of hardcore gaming enthusiasts. At the heart, a powerful AVAGO 9800 laser engine powers the mouse with up to 16,000 DPI options. The addition of a two zone 16.8 million RGB color illumination in both static and pulse lighting effects adds stunning color to your gaming experience coupled with an innovative aerodynamically inspired design airflow ventilation system to provide enhanced cooling during your gaming sessions. Additionally the use of both an ARM 32BIT controller and OMRON 50-million click rated switches provide lightning fast responses and durability when you need it most.” – TteSports
One of the most stand-out features of this mouse is that comes with both wireless and wired technology. Of course, this is nothing new, and other brands have released hybrid wired and wireless gaming mice in the past. Of course, TteSports are doing things just a little bit differently. The Hybrid promises an ultra high response rate, smoother performance, and pinpoint accuracy even when using wireless mode. It does this using 5.8G wireless technology and also promises to keep gaming wirelessly for up to 15 hours on a 4-hour charge.
Using the highest quality Omron switches, the Hybrid mouse promises to keep performing for up to 50 million clicks. Of course, sensor and switches aren’t the only areas where build quality has been paid attention to. The mouse comes with a unique 3D axis system allowing you to adjust panels on the mouse to suit your grip type.
The sensor is the popular Avago 9800 laser sensor. By default, the mouse will operate at 800, 1600, 3200, and 5000 DPI using the on the fly default adjustments. However, by using the TT esports gaming software suite, you’ll be able to customise the sensor performance all the way up to 16000 DPI and in much smaller increments.
Software and More
With a powerful onboard CPU and some built-in memory, You can customise all button configurations, DPI levels, RGB lighting and more. Of course, you can store them to the mouse too. This makes the mouse easy to move between systems while maintaining your settings and also makes it tournament friendly.
What’s in the Box?
Aside from the mounts, you will also find a bundle of goodies in the box. There’s an included protective carry pouch, all the usual documentation, some cool stickers, USB extension cable and a braided USB mouse cable comma as well as a small metal tool for making adjustments to the mouse’s shape and size.