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Tt eSports Level 10 M Gaming Mouse

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Expectedly for a device with the hardware tuning capability, Tt eSports Level 10 M has an open body. The top shiny plastic panel is divided by a silvery stripe, which includes a rubberized wheel and a hex socket for height adjustment within the 5-mm range.

The left mouse button is considerably bigger than the right, and this feels quite comfortable. The left button has an illuminated rectangle; the right button includes a four-led red DPI indicator. The 12 hex holes in the middle of the top panel are a cooling feature, according to the press release. Through them, you can see an illuminated Tt eSports dragon logo.

On the left are: a small A macro button ("forward" by default), a bigger B macro button ("back" by default) and a stick (pressing it switches macro modes by default, while moving it horizontally switches DPI).

On the right side are the C and D macro buttons and a hex socket for tilt adjustment. The range is also small, 5°, and the extreme positions are the following:

As you have probably noticed, the mouse has a neck with a black tip to prevent the cable from fraying.

Inside the mouse, we find more means of tuning: a spring for adjusting height and a pair of red cables supposedly for adjusting tilt.

Now let's focus a little on the accessories. The aforementioned Galeru is meant to fix the cable, and it really does: the rubberized upper part fixes the cable while the heavy base keeps it in place. The Dasher is a regular mouse pad with the textile top and rubberized bottom.

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