BMW designs Thermaltake's Level 10 M mouse

BMW, Thermaltake team on a gaming mouse sporting a radical design. A perforated surface allows ventilation for those with sweaty palms.

BMW DesignworksUSA

Thermaltake has a new Level 10 product and it's just as avant-garde as its Level 10 case.

Like the radical case, the Level 10 M Mouse is created jointly with BMW's design consultancy, DesignworksUSA. It's the first of a new series of gaming peripherals from this collaboration and it will be launched early this year.

Judging from the images that have been released, its open design--with a perforated surface that allows some ventilation for those with sweaty palms--is unlike any mouse we have seen. Its main selling point is that users can adjust the height and the angle of the mouse body by turning a screw.

At first glance, the mouse reminds us of the Cyborg R.A.T. gaming mouse, which is extremely customizable, though the Level 10 M Mouse is perhaps less intimidating for first-time users.

There isn't a release date or price just yet, but we'll be keeping a lookout for this unique mouse.

(Source: Crave Asia via Tom's Hardware)

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