Thermaltake Tt eSPORTS Level 10 M Gaming Review

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Thermaltake Tt eSPORTS Level 10 M Gaming rated 100% KICKASS by 3dGameMan.com

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Sponsored by: Thermaltake
Review category: Input Devices
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The Thermaltake eSPORTS Level 10 M Gaming Mouse is not your typical gaming mouse. As a matter of fact, just about everything about it is unique. The design, build quality and styling is amazing and the fact that there's ventilation and the palm rest is adjustable is outstanding. It also has an aluminum base, comes with 7 buttons, 8,200 DPI Laser Sensor, 11 macro keys, 5 game profiles, 128kb of memory, comes with powerful customizable software and has many LED color options. This is one crazy mouse :)


 

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])aRnOk
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Very nice mouse. It caught my attention as soon as I saw it. I will be giving it a try. Finally a review I was looking for. I knew where to come after all these years. Keep up the Fasntastic work.

Anonymous

great review Rodney, great mouse. could you demo the tilting features? Game performance? Comparison with other products, especially Razer. Thx

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Consider me a skeptic of it. I will have to get my hand on one and use it for a while. The build quality seems fantastic, though based on first impressions. They should make a version without the gold-plating (assuming it is actual gold-plating) and completely without any LEDs. I find myself wondering: Did Thermaltake finally make something worth purchasing?

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Anonymous

got this mouse and love it. it is fast and furious. You can hit a side button on occassion, but you get used it very quickly

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instabuy ;-)

Anonymous

It doesn't really seem obvious to me, so I feel I need to ask, what sort of grip style is this mouse for?

Lvaneede
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Probably not one where you hold the sides

viperrcr
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Looks like I may be getting this mouse!
Been with my Microsoft Sidewinder for quite some time now (very happy with that though!)

3dGameMan
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If ya do, let us know how you like it.

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I really dig the look and build quality of the mouse. If I were in the market for one, I'd definitely give this one a look. Hell, I might buy it anyway and retire my Death Adder!

All is fair in love and war... just don't cry about it when either of them frags you.

Lvaneede
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It really looks like they tried to copy the Cyborg RAT mouse series.
This design isnt as good because it lacks a thumb rest. Also those side buttons look like they would get annoying.

I have a RAT 3 at work and a G9 at home. I still think the G9 is the greatest mouse ever made.

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It would be 100% kick ass if it wasn't for the discomfort at the edges.

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i need a new mouse and was looking at this one. i like the look of it too.

You dont know me but that's the way i like it!

Anonymous

Sucking up to a new supplier, TT always been sub par.

Lvaneede
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Thermaltake have actually made some great stuff recently. They must have gotten new designers or something.
But from 2008-2011, they didnt have much good stuff

3dGameMan
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LOL... Funny. Tt has been a sponsor of mine for many many years.

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One thing I forgot to mention in the review that I side buttons can be accidentally pressed. A solution to this would be to have the side button at the top, instead of the bottom. Not a big deal, if you're used to the lower side button location and it wouldn't take long to master.

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Immediately thought of the R.A.T. 7 upon seeing the thumbnail.