Thermaltake’s Level 10 product line has always been as much about style and design as it has been about innovation and function. Until now, one piece of the puzzle has been missing: audio. That changes with the Level 10M gaming headset, designed for gamers and those on-the-go. Let’s find out if it’s deserving of that Level 10 name.
In 2009, Thermaltake announced a design partnership with BMW DesignWorksUSA, and made some serious waves with the release of the ultra high-end Level 10 modular case shortly after. This unique full tower, priced at around $800 US, was as awe inspiring as it was wallet shattering. Since then, this partnership has resulted in the more affordable Level 10 GT and GTS cases, the Level 10M wired and wireless gaming mice, and now the Level 10M gaming headset.
Continuing with the same unique design concepts as the aforementioned cases and mice, the styling of the Level 10M headset might be too over the top for some, but there’s no denying that it’s eye catching. With looks being only part of the equation, let’s dive in and see if it can also satisfy those who want some function with their fashion.
Before we start, let’s cover the basics. The Level 10M is a stereo, over the ear headset aimed at computer users, who also want to take it on the go. Available in “iron” white, or “blazing” red, the exterior of both cups of our “diamond” black review sample are coated with a soft touch material, similar to what is used on many popular mice.
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