The top part of the mouse, where a gamer’s hand would rest, can be adjusted for both height and lateral inclination. Drilling in the top of the mouse allows for ventilation, cooling the player’s palm.
Made from an alloy that’s also used in aeronautics and architecture, it has software that can read out DPi-rates for gaming visuals.
And for those interested in aesthetics as well as function, the mouse lights up in various colors.
Retailers and distributors can buy the Level 10 M on tech hardware manufacturer Thermaltake’s website.
It is also available in major retail and online stores in the U.S., Europe and Asia for $99.