September 4, 2012 12:35 am
Thermaltake and BMW DesignworksUSA’s Level 10 M gaming mouse has made the transition from concept to reality. Unlike its teasing appearance in January, the unit now has some real-world specifications, including five programmable keys and a Z-key that’ll change your gaming profile on the fly. The optical unit’s DPI was a closely guarded secret, but the companies have confirmed it’ll default to 5,000, but can be tweaked up to 8,200 if you need it. Sweaty-palmed gamers will appreciate the holes drilled in the top, preventing your secretions from loosing your grip from the handset. It’s available right now for $100, just make sure you’ve worked out if you’re gonna call it a “Beemer” or “Bimmer” before you buy — and yes, we’re resolutely in the former camp.
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