Thermaltake and Designworks demonstrate new gaming mouse

Accessory maker Thermaltake and BMW subsidiary Designworks have continued their partnership and have demonstrated a new product designed especially for gamers. The new Level 10 M gaming mouse is a new unconventional design mouse targeting professional gamers.

In 2009 both companies worked together on a computer case – dubbed Level 10 PC case – that turned out to be a popular solution among computer enthusiasts.

The new gaming mouse features a unique structure and extreme functionality. The body of the mouse is hollow and it allows the user to adjust its height and angle. In addition, a screw on the top of the mouse allows the size and shape of the mouse to be adjusted, changing how it fits under the palm.

Thermaltake and Designworks gaming mouse

But this is not all – on top of the mouse one can find small hexagonal ventilation holes, designed to allow airflow and cut down on sweat when gaming goes on for hours and hours. The mouse may also include LEDs or sensors but this has not been confirmed.

Pricing is not known at the moment but according to the press release the new Level 10 M gaming mouse will see light of day in spring 2012. Thermaltake and Designworks USA also announced that the mouse would be the first product in a line of new gaming accessories following a similar design concept.


Source: Jacehallshow.com

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