This is the new Level 10 mouse from Thermaltake and BMW, and we're not going to lie, it looks strange. This isn't the first time the car manufacturer has teamed up with Thermaltake, the two companies created a case last year that was mind blowing and expensive, but this is their first gaming peripheral together.
It has five programmable buttons and a "Z-key" which allows the user to swap through pre-programmed configs while playing. Adjustable DPI on the fly from 5,000 to 8,200 is a nice touch and the top section has adjustable height and angle which means it should be fairly comfortable.
These bad boys are retailing for $100 US from all good retailers if anyone wants to try something a little......different.
By Stephen Heller