[section_title title=”Closer Look”]Closer Look
Taking our first look at the mouse and we can see gthere is quite a bit going on here. Looking down at the topside we can see the holder and plug towards the top for the USB cable is we want to use it wired. The mouse 1 & 2 buttons bot have LED indicators of sorts, the left mouse button will let users know which profile they have selected by changing colours while the right mouse button will inform the of the DPI they have chosen. Down towards the button of the mouse, we can see one of the screws that will let us adjust the height of the mouse; allowing users more customization options is always a good thing in my books.
Using the included tool, users will be able to tighten or loosen either of two screws to help form the mouse to their individual comfort, something to which I had never had the pleasure of trying out before the Level 10m Hybrid.
On the left side of the mouse, there are two buttons that can be used for a number of things, most common is forward/backwards buttons. The third and bigger button is how users will change both their profiles and the DPI settings of the mouse.
Over onto the other side of the 10M hybrid and we can see a nice finger rest which may also house the wireless receiver for the mouse. We can also make out the 2nd screw that will allow users to adjust the mouse to their own comfort.
The backside of the mouse gives us a little guide to let us know what angles are achievable when customizing the ergonomics of the mouse.
On the bottom of the mouse are some nice big slide pads to help make sure that the 10M Hybrid glides smoothly across most surface. We can also get a glimpse at the laser sensor as well as the wireless on/off switch and pairing button. Let me also not forget to mention all those lovely government logos that companies are forced to include on electronic devices as they do take up a good portion of the real estate.