Glorious Model O Mouse Review 31

Glorious Model O Mouse Review

(31 Comments) »

Introduction

Glorious PC Gaming Race Logo


If you are a gaming mouse enthusiast, you might have already heard of the Model O, which is the first of four mice coming from Glorious PC Gaming Race's O.D.I.N line. The company's aim was to create an extremely lightweight, ambidextrous, low-profile gaming mouse without any compromises. The Model O features a PixArt PMW3360 top optical sensor, customizable 3-zone RGB lighting, an extremely flexible cable, and G-Skates pure PTFE mouse feet. It comes in a total of four different surface coating options—you can choose between black and white with a matte or glossy finish, but the glossy versions are a tad more expensive.



Specifications

Glorious Model O
Size:128 mm x 66 mm x 37.5 mm
Size (inches):5" x 2.60" x 1.48"
Ambidextrous:Yes (side buttons on left only)
Weight:67–68 g (2.37 oz)
Number of Buttons:6
Main Switches:Omron D2FC-F-7N 20M (OF)
Wheel Encoder:F-Switch brown core (10 mm)
Sensor:PixArt PMW3360
Resolution:100–12,000 CPI
Polling Rate:125–1000 Hz
Cable:2 m long, ultra-flexible
Software:Optional
Price:$49.99 (matte), $59.99 (glossy)
Warranty:2 years

Packaging


Regardless of color and surface treatment, all Model O mice come in almost exactly the same box. It's thick, very well padded, and has the usual marketing text and technical specifications. Taking a look inside, you will immediately notice that it's very well padded, so the mouse shouldn't suffer any damage during shipping. As for the contents, there's obviously the Model O, a quick-start guide, brochure, and two stickers (one being RGB)—no replacement feet, unfortunately.

Our Patreon Silver Supporters can read articles in single-page format.
Discuss(31 Comments)