BMW Thermaltake Gaming Mouse Now a Reality

Back in January, Thermaltake teased us all with images from its latest gaming mouse concept, the Level 10 M Mouse. Just in time for CES 2012, the concept was created in collaboration with BMW's DesignworksUSA team, toting features such as a height and angle adjustable body as well as perforated palm surface to alleviate sweaty hands.

Now, the device has finally made its way over to reality with a launch price of approximately $99. According to the release by BMW, the device has been made available to online retailers and brick-and-mortar stores in the US, Europe and Asia since August 27, 2012. In addition to the previously teased features, the Level 10 M features five programmable buttons and a "Z-key" for on-the-fly gaming profile swapping.The unit is equipped with a defaulted 5,000 DPI sensor but is capable of reaching up to 8,200 DPI with some tweaking. While the first photo seems to be the official press photo from BMW, Thermaltake's photos reveal a slightly differing design with a number of color options. Would you purchase the Level 10 M? Let us know why or why not in the comments below!

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  • zybch
    And I always though the apple 'puck' mouse looked ugly...
  • killabanks
    this is a beast an expensive one though
  • ehanger
    g9x is still better