Thermaltake and BMW Designworks Level 10 M Mouse

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  1. 2SHY

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    oh god.. what the....


    Serious? how on earth are you supposed to grip that thing properly?

    E: Have fun cleaning it if it ever gets dirty
     
  3. terrastrife

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    Can't wait for the CSL version.
     
  4. Creekin

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    oh wow!! :eek: :wired:

    well i suppose it will be handy for spotting douchebags bmw drivers at a lan :thumbup:
     
  5. Spyfox

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    should be sold in maccas
    little bit fancy
     
  6. MoonSha

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    Seems like thermaltake puts a lot of money into different design firms these days, should at least result in more interesting looking products in the future. How is the quality of there stuff recently?
     
  7. Lichking

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    It's certainly different...good on them for doing something off the beaten track..don't know that I want to pay the left nut and right arm this thing will probably cost.

    I have always like the case tho..not enough to buy it but ;)
     
  8. mtma

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    This whole thing doesn't make any sense. It's like they took the RAT9 and removed all the features from it.

    If I were BMW I'd be disassociating the brand from it right now. It probably clunks like their steering column adjuster too.
     
  9. AMD2400

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    Can't wait for the innovative use of cardboard.
     
  10. Concept CBF

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    Main issue will be the amount of shit and hair that will end up in the middle of that mouse.
     
  11. MR CHILLED

    MR CHILLED D'oh!

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    I don't like it.....and I don't reckon it would feel good in my hand either.
     
  12. BlueRaven

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    Thermaltake/BMW philosophy: Everything is a fashion statement. Everything. HOW COOL ARE YOU?? :wired:

    Gamers are the new apple consumers.

    This disgusts me.



    (Says the guy with UV/blue leds and ccfls all through his PC :lol:)
     
  13. Anomalous

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    Yep. In fact, I've honestly started avoiding products marketed as 'gaming'.
     
  14. Mathuisella

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    I haven't used a cold cathode or anything like that since 2003.

    No point in it.
     
  15. BlueRaven

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    But it looks coooooolllll maaaaaann.

    TT obviously think there's a point in it. Or more accurately, they believe that wanktard fanboi "gamers" think there's a point in it.

    EDIT: Incidentally, before I'm accused of being a hypocrite, my LEDS and cathodes are in there because I think they look nice - it's not really to impress anyone else - and it was a fun challenge getting them all wired up and working (but hand-modding five fans with four leds each is something I will NEVER attempt again). I don't frequent LANs, and I wouldn't be bringing the mod rig along even if I did. I love modded and funkily-lit rigs and peripherals but not at the expense of sensible design, function, or durability.
     
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  16. tr1cky271

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    I like it - it looks sweet. I am sensing functionality and durability with minimalist take on design. Might hit smithter up for a chance to review this you beaut mouse! :)
     
  17. Sn@Ke

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    ....what exactly are you doing with your mouse? :wired:
     
  18. MR CHILLED

    MR CHILLED D'oh!

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    Minimalist in everything but the price tag no doubt ; )
     
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    Worried about the price. Does it come in Daewoo?
     

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