Tt eSPORTS Level 10 M Gaming Mouse

  • Episode 271
  • November 27, 2012
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Robbie and Christa have a look at the new Level 10 M Gaming Mouse from Thermaltake, which might be the coolest computer mouse ever designed.

This episode is sponsored in part by: Thermaltake, Netflix, Eco Alkalines and Cordery Electric.

Topics Covered:

  • Robbie Ferguson and Christa Wells present from the Category5 studios in Barrie, Ontario.
  • {play 6:36}Feature: The new Tt eSPORTS Level 10 M Gaming Mouse from Thermaltake.
    • The Level 10 line from Thermaltake.
    • The included accessories with the Level 10 M Gaming Mouse.
    • The 11 programmable buttons of the Level 10 M Gaming Mouse.
    • Air Through Ventilation combined with the aluminum body means a comfortable, cooler mouse after extended use.
    • Setting the DPI resolution of the Level 10 M Gaming Mouse on the fly.
    • Changing profiles with the Level 10 M Windows driver.
    • The physical size of the Level 10 M mouse, and how it feels compared to a standard-sized mouse.
    • Left handed use of the Tt eSPORTS Level 10 M Mouse.
    • Modifying the height and pivot of the Level 10 M body.
    • A few places we've found the Level 10 M Mouse available (also, check your local computer shop):
  • {play 19:22}Viewer Questions
  • Viewer Question: My hard drive has not died yet, it clicks every few hours, and I suspected the hard drive when my computer crashed a few times, but then discovered my RAM was bad. Now the hard drive continues to work, but clicks every now and then, and sounds very loud. Can I trust this drive?
  • Viewer Question: Can you specify the X and Y DPI of the Level 10 M Gaming Mouse independently?
  • Viewer Question: I have my hard drive partitioned into multiple partitions. I have Windows installed as a guest on VirtualBox and was wondering, how do I give Windows direct access to one of the partitions rather than having to use a virtual hard drive?
    • The dangers of raw disk access in VirtualBox
    • VirtualBox Advanced Storage Configuration: Using a raw host hard disk from a guest: VirtualBox Manual, Chapter 9
  • {play 31:24}Top Stories from the Category5.TV Newsroom
    Opinions:
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    • Why security exploits get shared with the masses.
    • The Wii Mini; a bad buy this holiday season? Nintendo seems to be subscribing to the "spend more, get less" mentality with this new Canadian product release.
  • {play 43:07}More Viewer Questions
  • Viewer Question: Could you help me setup a DNS server on my Ubuntu 12.04 LTS virtual machine? I just bought a domain and would like to setup the hosting within this virtual machine, but am not sure how.
  • Viewer Question: I have a new PC which I'm going to use as a media server. Should I use FreeNAS, unRAID, or other?
  • {play 57:30}Robbie's Web Site Pick: e.ggtimer.com is a versatile digital timer that runs in your web browser.

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  • Host: Robbie Ferguson
  • Co-Host: Christa Wells

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