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Thermaltake BMW Level 10 M Mouse: Skeletor Returns!

by Range

Thermaltake and BMW’s DesignWorksUSA came up with the Level 10 computer case a while back. Now, they teamed up again for the eye-popping Level 10 M Mouse. The mouse was designed with ergonomics in mind, and looks like it’s aimed squarely at the gaming community.


It has a hollowed-out body that can be easily adjusted for your specific grip. A top-side screw changes the height and angle. There’s also a perforated palm rest which is supposed to create passive air flow to cool down your hands.


There’s no doubt that this mouse looks gorgeous, but even with the knowledge that wired mice are more precise for gaming, it’s still hard to imagine using this mouse everyday when I’ve gotten so used to wireless peripherals.

There’s no word on pricing but it should be available later this spring.

[via Ubergizmo]

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Comments (1):

  1. BlackICE says:

    There are wireless mouses which are same precise like wired mouses. I use for example the Logitech M570 Trackball, which is very precise and there is absolutely no lag although it is wireless.

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