At 11 AM Central Time on March 14th, the Glorious Web Store will have the Model O 2 fully stocked and ready for purchase.
The mouse that has revolutionized the game is now available in both wired and wireless versions. It has undergone extensive re-engineering and upgrades, resulting in a new design that is superior in terms of speed,
Glorious expects high demand with fulfillment centes only shipping limited quantities of orders per day, so Glorious recommends securing yours as soon as you can to ensure you get yours quickly.
WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN MODEL O AND MODEL O 2?
The Model O 2 maintains the same shape as the original Model O with a completely re-engineered shell. The result is a much stronger and more balanced gaming mouse than its predecessor. Our goal was to create a mouse with perfect weight distribution, build quality, and comfortable grip— without losing structural integrity.
We’ve introduced a brand-new split button design, which provides significantly improved consistency and responsiveness over a much larger surface area. Additionally, the O 2’s buttons also feature deeper grooves to prevent your fingers from slipping during crucial moments.
A new, enhanced textured surface provides a much more comfortable and secure grip during intense gaming sessions.
With the Model O 2 Wireless, you can now enjoy dual connectivity, with the option to switch between Performance Mode for blazing-fast, lag-free connection, or new “Efficiency” Bluetooth Mode – for battery life that lasts 210 hours – that’s weeks of uninterrupted use! It also allows for more universal connectivity, which means you can connect it to PCs, laptops, tablets, and even phones!
The Model O 2 features the next-gen, cutting-edge optical sensor BAMF 2.0, which offers unparalleled accuracy and responsiveness. BAMF 2.0 includes Motion Sync technology, which ensures that the mouse movements are in perfect sync with the on-screen actions. This translates into a seamless and fluid gaming experience, without any lag or delay.
BAMF 2.0 expands the DPI (dots per inch) range up to 26,000 for finer sensitivity control. The IPS (inches per second) has also been greatly boosted for more accurate movement tracking
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