The Level 10 M is unusually long at 147mm in length with a slightly narrow and low body compared to other gaming mice. Included is a small hex tool for altering the height up or down by up to 5mm, and the side-to-side angle by as much as 5° in either direction via adjustment screws on the top and side. The weight is 185g which may be a little heavy for some users and unfortunately there are no adjustments for that.
The top surfaces feature a rubberized coating for better grip, however the sides have a glossy finish not conducive to a firm grasp. Not that there's much side material present to get ahold of anyway, with its minimalist open design what little there is to the sides is mostly comprised of buttons.
There are seven selectable color combinations to choose from for lighting which changes the eSports dragon logo (beneath the honeycomb vents), the left finger button rectangle and the right button 4-way DPI meter.
The Level 10 M features an adjustable laser sensor up to 8200DPI with default presets at 800, 1600, 3200 and 5000. The long 1.8m cord has a braided jacket and ends in a gold-plated USB connector with an attached rubber protector cap.
Next let's have a look at the bundled software.