Monday, March 11th 2019

Glorious PC Gaming Race - Model O Gaming Mouse Launched

Glorious PC Gaming Race unveils the lightest RGB gaming mouse, the Model O. Now up for pre-order at Overclockers UK is the new Glorious PC Gaming Race Model O gaming mouse. This community driven design, brought to life by a team of passionate gamers, brings to the table a mouse that's minimalist in appearance but with an attention to detail that's unrivaled by it's competition.

Not only is the Model O the world's lightest mouse, with its honeycomb design coming in at just 67 grams, but it also boasts both a proprietary 'Ascend cord' braided cable and 'G-Skate' feet to match. These not only compliment the Model O's nimble gaming performance, but more importantly offer a high quality finish without compromise on features secondary to it's hardware.
Glorious PC Gaming Race Model O at a Glance:
  • Ultra lightweight honeycomb design coming in at just 67g
  • Proprietary 2.0m Ascend Cord braided cable
  • G-Skate Feet made of 100% Virgin PTFE material, rounded edges and 0.81mm thickness
  • Customisable DPI Indicator with dedicated software and 400 / 800 / 3200 default settings with a maximum DPI of 12,000 DPI.
  • Pixart 3360 Sensor with 1000Hz polling rate (1ms) and 0.7mm life-off distance
  • Available in both Black and White with matt or gloss finish
  • Fully customisable RGB lighting controllable via optional software
Honey comb design with Ascend Cord braided cable.
The Glorious PC Gaming Race Model O's honeycomb casing is the key to achieving it's feather-weight class, the hexagonal design not only gives the Model O durability, but it also provides much needed ventilation for your palms during long gaming sessions. Coming it at just 67g, with it's proprietary Ascend Cord braided cable, it gives an almost wireless experience but without the associated performance lag.

Esports industry standard sensor with DPI display and premium G-Skate feet

The Model O sports a Pixart 3360 Sensor, an esport industry standard sensor, offering an 1000hz poll rate (1ms). The DPI display located beneath the mouse allows users to customise the settings with either the three default settings (400, 800 and 3200) or alternatively up to 12,000 DPI by using it's optional software.

Finally to finish the Model O, G-Skate feet are attached in each corner, offering - 100% virgin PTFE with rounded edges for a smooth glide. The feet come in at 0.81 mm thickness, ensuring a long life-span with no need for replacements.

Fully configurable RGB and available in two colours with either matt or gloss finish.
The Model O gaming mouse is available in both Black and White, with either Matt or Gloss finish. You can also fully customise the mouse with it's RGB lighting effects changable either with 8 pre-installed effects or with more configurations on the optional software.


Avaliable for pre-order at Overclockers UK from £49.99.

Specifications:
  • Mouse dimensions:128x66x37.5(L x W x H)
  • Sensor: Pixart; PMW-3360 Sensor
  • Switch Type(Main): Omron; Mechanical Rated for 20 Million Clicks
  • Number of Buttons: 6
  • Max tracking speed: 250 + IPS
  • Weight:67g (Matte) / 68 (Glossy)
  • Acceleration: 50G
  • Max DPI: 12000
  • Polling rate: 1000hz(1ms)
  • Lift off Distance 0.7mm
  • Cable Type: Ascended Cord
  • Cable length: 2m
  • Mouse Feet Type:G-Skates Premium Mouse Feet
  • Mouse Feet Thickness: 0.81mm
  • Default DPI settings: 400*(yellow), 800(blue), 1600(red), 3200(green)
  • Remappable DPI: Yes (with software
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20 Comments on Glorious PC Gaming Race - Model O Gaming Mouse Launched

#1
Vayra86
Oh boy, that is one nasty bugger to clean! Better pray you don't have sweaty palms...
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#2
Athlonite
I was just going to say the same thing but I'd also add food crumbs, pet hair, and other not so nice things that tend to show up under UV
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#3
hat
Enthusiast
Now that's... different. Might be good for sweaty palms.

Cleaning it can't be that difficult. I mean, I just tore my keyboard apart to clean it. While it was probably simpler than dismantling and rebuilding a mouse, popping off all the keys and snapping them back in was a pain in the butt.
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#4
dj-electric
Uninspired branding, copy-pasta design, but might actually be a good product.
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#5
erixx
Let's start drilling our own mouses, Modding master race! :laugh:
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#6
boulard83
Final Mouse seems to have a copycat !
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#7
silentbogo
It actually reminds me of a time not too long ago (~15-something years ago or so) when this was a popular mod with old Logitech and Microsoft mice.
Me and my classmate even added acrylic light disperser around the border and stuck a 40mm fan inside "for better cooling". Glorious DIY ghetto stuff, awful consumer product idea :D:D:D

boulard83 said:
Final Mouse seems to have a copycat !
So, at least they are not the first ones to bring this horrendous idea to the market :banghead:
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#8
natr0n
Glorious PC Gaming Race- Bacterial Incubator - Model N.O.p.e
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#9
neatfeatguy
erixx said:
Let's start drilling our own mouses, Modding master race! :laugh:
Homer is already way ahead of the game when it comes to modding his own car by adding holes to it (this is probably my most favorite episode from the Simpsons)

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#10
leppie
Athlonite said:
I was just going to say the same thing but I'd also add food crumbs, pet hair, and other not so nice things that tend to show up under UV
Weighs 102g after a year :D
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#11
jmcslob
Ultra lightweight?
Who wants a light mouse?
I'd be happy with a Teflon coated cast iron mouse... Maybe heavy enough to have a secondary use for home defense..
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#12
Joss
Glorious PC Gaming Race Model O gaming mouse
Who the f*** came out with this :confused:
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#13
Tomorrow
I like the idea but i would rather take G Pro Wireless that has no cord, solid shell and weighs only ~15g more. Plus has wireless charging.
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#15
lynx29
Athlonite said:
I was just going to say the same thing but I'd also add food crumbs, pet hair, and other not so nice things that tend to show up under UV
:roll:

I wonder if you could fry your mouse by accident? On a lonely day ~
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#16
eidairaman1
The Exiled Airman
Vayra86 said:
Oh boy, that is one nasty bugger to clean! Better pray you don't have sweaty palms...
I can't stand light mice they feel too cheap

My Kone XTD I've got all the weights installed on it, it just feels better
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#17
lynx29
Can anyone recommend me a mouse that has silent clicks? I am annoying the hell out of my lady friend at night with my loud clicks. (mouse I am using is Logitech G203)
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#18
Pings
A raw 3360 sensor with no sorftware, 69g, RGB, Paracord, hyperglides and all for $49.99. This might be my end game and I jumped on two of them. Everyone keeps saying Finalmouse because of the cutouts but the shape is closer to a FK1 although it is an original shape.

lynx29 said:
Can anyone recommend me a mouse that has silent clicks? I am annoying the hell out of my lady friend at night with my loud clicks. (mouse I am using is Logitech G203)
Not too many gaming mice have silent switches but you can look at the Razer Lancehead Tournament Edition, ROCCAT ROC-11-900-AM Nyth, Razer Naga Trinity Mmo Mouse, and Razer Mamba Chroma.

eidairaman1 said:
I can't stand light mice they feel too cheap

My Kone XTD I've got all the weights installed on it, it just feels better
Your Kone XTD has a 5 year old Chinese sensor. It's 2019 for FPS games you need to at least be on a 336X sensor.
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#19
Assimilator
Joss said:
Who the f*** came out with this :confused:
Dipshits.
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#20
HossHuge
Joss said:
Who the f*** came out with this :confused:
Assimilator said:
Dipshits.
Go live in East Asia. They have the most F*d up names for stuff. They just take adj and use them everywhere!
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