On Wednesday, PC peripheral maker Glorious released a lightweight mouse with magnetic tricks.
Gamers and workers alike can take advantage of the large array of customizable buttons above Glory model I mouse.. With Glorious software, you can program nine mouse buttons to perform a variety of tasks such as macros and keyboard input. However, the company goes further with customization by making two of the four side buttons on the mouse magnetically removable.
according to Blog post Starting this week, the two buttons use a peg-and-hole system for alignment, and you can pry them open from your mouse using your fingernails or a “plastic tool”. After removing the button, you can replace it with another button. In addition to the mouse button cover, Model I comes with two differently shaped button covers for each of the two interchangeable buttons. Both side buttons can be removed by covering the side buttons with the included flat port cover. As someone struggling to avoid accidentally pressing the side button, you’ll find this useful.
Glorious Exchange set Of a $ 8 button cover.
Glorious also encourages some DIY experiments with Model I. The company says it will release a 3D file for side buttons so manufacturers can print their own shapes in 3D. 2-year warranty on peripherals.
Glorious Model I continues the company’s history of producing mice that weigh only 0.15 lb ± 0.01 ounces (69 g ± 2.5 g) using honeycomb-shaped cutouts.
Like other gaming peripherals, Glorious states that lightweight mice are easy to move, so lightweight mice help players perform their PC games. Mice with filled holes and made of lightweight plastic may feel cheap, but Glorious uses a matte finish (rather than a glossy one) to make the mouse more luxurious. increase.
Model I is about 31.8-40 percent lighter than wireless Logitech Signature M650 (0.22 or 0.25 lbs, depending on size).Still, there are light mice like this Glorious ‘0.13 lb (58 g) Model O Also Cooler Master 0.11 lb (50 g) MM720..
Inside Model I is a unique optical sensor with a DPI range of 100-19,000. Glorious’s BAMF sensor also supports a maximum tracking speed of 400 IPS and a maximum acceleration of 50 g ( PC mouse term A guide for explaining these terms).
The 6.5-foot braided cable is replaceable, and opening and replacing the mouse does not void your warranty.
The mouse was released to the public on Monday with a model released to members of Glorious’s loyalty program. For $ 60..
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