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Thermaltake's Level 20 gaming mouse will work with Razer's Chroma software

By Koh Wanzi - on 20 Aug 2019, 3:22pm

Thermaltake's Level 20 gaming mouse will work with Razer's Chroma software

Image Source: Thermaltake

Thermaltake has announced the Level 20 gaming mouse, the latest addition to the company's existing ecosystem of TT RGB Plus products, which includes everything from liquid cooling systems to case fans and power supplies. The company already has a wide range of mice under its Tt eSports line-up, but the Level 20 is the first to debut under the Thermaltake brand.

The Level 20 is an ambidextrous mouse with most of what you'd expect from a gaming mouse in 2019, including a flawless 16,000DPI PMW3389 optical sensor, Omron switches, and 4-zone RGB lighting. The lighting implementation isn't what I'd call the most tasteful, but at least the PMW3389 sensor is widely regarded as a great sensor with no built-in acceleration or prediction. 

The mouse measures 128.35mm long, so it's a fairly large mouse that seems more suited for palm grippers or those with large hands. Thermaltake is also describing the mouse as "lightweight", but oddly enough, I haven't been able to find the specific weight listed anywhere on the product page. That's a pretty important detail to omit in my opinion, especially given the latest fixation on ultralight gaming mice that weigh under 70g. 

Image Source: Thermaltake

Thermaltake is also placing a lot of focus on the lighting features of the mouse. It'll work with Razer's Chroma ecosystem, giving you a wider range of RGB peripherals that you can sync up with. For example, if you own a Razer keyboard, you'll be able to sync the Level 20 mouse with it. 

In addition, the Level 20 will also support Amazon Alexa, just like other TT RGB Plus products. This is one of the more gimmicky features of the mouse, but you'll be able to control the lights on the mouse by talking to an Alexa-enabled device. You can even use this to check on the weather anywhere in the world, and the lighting color will then change to match the weather in that particular location. I'm not sure why Thermaltake thought this might be useful, but it's there if you want to play around with it. 

The Level 20 gaming mouse will be available to buy in September. Unfortunately, there's no word on price yet. 

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