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Tt eSPORTS Level 10 M Hybrid Advanced Professional Gaming Mouse Review

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   As far back as i can remember wireless gaming mice couldn't compete with wired ones not only because they weren't as "fast" but also because they required either fresh batteries or to be recharged rather frequently. From time to time gaming peripheral manufacturers have tried to bridge that gap by resolving these issues but with just a few exceptions (Logitech G902 we're looking at you) most haven't been able to keep up with their wired counterparts. Tt eSPORTS also launched their very own wireless/wired offering a while back based on the Level 10 M Gaming Mouse which they called the Level 10 M Hybrid but although it scored high on most tests (and also got numerous awards) it left people wanting for even more. It seems however that Tt eSPORTS is not really done with the Level 10 chassis so they upgraded it once again and launched it as the Level 10 M Hybrid Advanced Gaming Mouse.


   A division of Thermaltake Gaming, Tt eSPORTS is committed to bringing the most personalized and the highest quality gear for the most competitive cyber battles, and advances the idea of products designed by gamers for gamers. Tt eSPORTS has continually been a major driving force in inspiring, challenging, and taking to new heights eSports in the professional gaming industry; and currently sponsors a multitude of gaming teams and streamers from around the world by equipping them with the necessary gaming gears - keyboards, headsets, mice and accessories - to compete and succeed at the highest level at major eSport events such as: DreamHack, Insomnia, epic. LAN and the Intel Extreme Masters. Tt eSPORTS continually strives to promote eSports as a global phenomenon and to put it onto the world stage.


   Tt eSPORTS released the Level 10 M Hybrid Advanced Gaming Mouse shortly after the Level 10 M Advanced model and as you may have already figured out their only difference is the 5.8G wireless transmitter used in the first, its rechargeable battery pack which gives it up to 15 hours of life (and needs only 4 for a full charge) and the 3 lighting zones instead of 2. So both models feature 6 programmable buttons, an ARM based 32-bit microcontroller with 64kb flash memory, 128kb of onboard memory, 1000MHz/1ms polling rate, OMRON primary switches (50 million clicks lifecycle), adjustable 3D axis system, RGB illumination (16.8 million colors with 2 zones and 3 effects) and last but certainly not least the modified Avago ADNS-9800 laser sensor which this time over can reach a resolution of up to 16000DPI (via software overdrive) with 150 IPS (inches per second) and 30G of acceleration. Now this may not be worlds apart when compared to the previous Level 10 M Hybrid but its improvements should make it not only faster but also better looking.