Tech Review Tuesday: Thermaltake Level 10M vs Razer Orochi
Posted 6th November 2018 By: Derpina    306 Views
Esports News – The gaming world constantly evolves due to the different technological features introduced by giant brands by season. If you’re one of the hardcore gamers or you aspire to be one, you also have to strive to obtain the best and latest technology in the field of gaming. But your constant search for the best gaming equipment can finally be over as Hybrid Mice for competitive gaming are out.
Hybrid Mice are for gamers who aren’t settled on a specific game genre. These work for RTS, MOBA, and FPS genres. This type of mouse can adapt to the gamer’s needs by providing functional buttons which can be accessed by the thumb. Two of the well-known Hybrid Mice in the market are featured on this week’s episode of Tipify Gaming Equipment Series: Thermaltake Level 10M Hybrid Mouse and Razer Orochi.
Thermaltake Level 10M Hybrid Mouse
Thermaltake’s Tt Sports Level 10M Hybrid Advanced Gaming Mouse was too much for gamers to pronounce, but the long name gives justice to the functional qualities of the mouse. It features 128KB memory size, 9 macro keys, 5 game profiles, laser sensor type, and 16000 DPI in 100 DPI increments. Each of its user profile can store four different DPI levels, custom lift-off control, angle snapping, and button response delays. This means that you can customize it depending on the type of game you’re playing. All your pre-sets and other customized features are stored on the flash memory, making them available in one click once you connect it to your PC.
Software aside, the Level 10M can do its job in both wired and wireless modes. You can find comfort in it any way and any how you like as its body is built with matte industrial rubber. It has no left side thumb support, however, to reduce the actual weight of the mouse and give space for the 10 advanced buttons designed for competitive gaming. The Termaltake Level 10M retails for $99 USD on Amazon.
According to professionals, the Razer Orochi is perfect for on-the-road gamers who want a good wireless and high-quality mouse that can fit anywhere. Its measurements are 3.9 x 2.7 x 1.4 inches, and it’s all coated with a black diamond body and coarse rubbers on either side of the grip. It showcases a roundish peripheral perspective that’s perfect for claw-grip play.
Yes, the Razer Orochi is one of the simplest and smallest mice for competitive gaming, but it can offer more features bigger than its size. The Orochi runs with the Razer Synapse 2.0 software. Using this program, you can customize the mouse’s DPI sensitivity from 200 to 8, 200 and other technical options like polling rate and surface turnability. For a specific gaming genre, you can also choose your own button assignments, game profiles, and backlighting. Unlike Thermaltake Level 10M, Orochi saved your settings through the cloud and via Synapse instead of flash memory. Price-wise, the Razer Orochi is a direct competitor to the Thermaltake at $99 USD>