The Taiwanese manufacturer is once again collaborating with the BMW Design Studio, creating one of the most unique and cool mice we've ever seen
Computer mouse makers have long proven that this is not just a generic device where you will not find a difference between one model and another, which led to a real flourishing in recent years with countless new models, impressive, advanced and prestigious.
However, there always seems to be room for improvement and upgrade - as Thermaltake now proves, Which combined forces (And brains) once again with BMW's DesignworksUSA design studio and created a new and mesmerizing mouse called Level 10 M Mouse.
The first thing you will notice once you look at the pictures of the M Mouse is the fact that this is a "cabriolet mouse" with space Wide and visible in the center of it, giving it a look unlike any other thing we have seen in this market so far (perhaps except for MadCatz's Cyborg RAT mice).
The unique structure of the M Mouse is not just a decoration - the hollow body allows the user to change the height, curvature and other aspects of the mouse to fit exactly to the structure of his hand.
In addition, you will find small holes in the body of the mouse, which will help cool your sweaty hand during a particularly challenging session.
practical? Not sure. Stunning? There is no doubt.
The M Mouse, which will be marketed under the Tt eSPORTS sub-brand Thermaltake, Will be the first of a line of unique peripherals designed by Thermaltake And DesignworksUSA - it will be very interesting to see how this cute duo will still impress us.
The Taiwanese manufacturer did not disclose technical details about the mouse, nor did it specify when it should hit the market or how much it will cost, though not entirely surprised if the final version of the M Mouse will be different from the model presented at CES - similar to what happened with The Level 10 chassis The innovative design of Thermaltake and DesignworksUSA in the past, which eventually abandoned some of its futuristic design for more accessible human engineering and came to stores under the name Level 10 GT (His review will find HERE).
Until we find out more, you can take comfort in the next video that offers a sneak peek at the other products it has shown Thermaltake In CES 2012: