Tt eSPORTS Level 10M Advanced Gaming Mouse Overview
The Level 10M Advanced has a design that is very similar to the original mouse. The original design worked quite well and was a favorite of gamers so not all that much needed to be changed. One of the big changes was the addition of the baseplate, which protrudes out the left side of the mouse. This will provide a place to rest your thumb and makes for less friction. There currently is only one color of the mouse, which is black, although it actually looks more like gunmetal, which I prefer.
Taking a look at the Level 10M Advanced from the top we can see its design and some of its distinct features. As we mentioned we have the new baseplate that comes out from the left side of the mouse. You will notice honeycomb holes in the mouse, these allow for actual airflow through the mouse and help keep your hand cool. There is a hex key hole on the mouse, with the included key you are able to adjust the height of the palm rest to your liking.
Taking a closer look at the main buttons on the mouse, you have two main buttons. The left mouse button is actually larger than the right. Both buttons are powered by OMRON switches were are rated for 50 million clicks. In the center there is a scroll wheel that is outfitted with a rubber grip. On the left mouse button there is a rectangle that will light up different colors based on the profile you are on and on the right most button there are four red indication LEDs to tell you what profile you are on. the scroll wheel also lights up with RGB lighting.
Moving on to the sides of the mouse on the left side there are two programmable buttons (A/B) and a 5-axis button that when pressed cycles through the different profiles. On the right side of the mouse you have a finger rest, we actually saw this added on the Level 10M Hybrid, and Tt eSPORTS has continued it here. It has a groove in it where your fourth finger can sit. So it total you have 5 main buttons (left, right, scroll wheel, A, B) and then you have the 5-axis buttons which gives you 5 more programmable actions.
Flipping over to the bottom of the mouse we can see four large teflon mouse feet, one is so large it actually extends the entire baseplate that sticks out the left side of the mouse. These will help your mouse glide gracefully across your gaming surface. The baseplate is a single piece although it seems to be made out of a cheaper material than what we saw on the Level 10, and Level 10 Hybrid. Those baseplate’s were made out of metal and actually added some nice weight to the mouse. This appears to be some type of heavy duty plastic. At the center of the mouse we have the Avago 9800 16000 DPI laser sensor. This sensor allows for DPI adjustments in increments of 100 DPI at a time. This sensor is known to track well on a variety of different surfaces.
Connected to the mouse is a 1.8m braided USB cable with a gold-plated connector. It is great to see a braided cable as rubber cables tend to fail and get damaged much easier. The USB connector also has a cap on it which will protect it when you are traveling or don’t have the mouse plugged in.