Glorious Model O Minus

(2 customer reviews)

4,999.00

  • One of the world’s lightest RGB gaming mouse
  • Honeycomb shell design with G-Skates premium mouse feet
  • RGB backlight
  • Supports up to 12000 DPI, setting can be configured using offline mode(default) or drivers
  • 20 million clicks
  • Lightweight software with remappable DPI
  • Two year domestic warranty.

Latest driver can be downloaded from official Glorious website”

  • Matte Black
  • Matte White
Clear
SKU: GLO-MOD-O-GOM Category:

Description

Additional information

Key Switches

Omron® Mechanical Rated For 20 Million Clicks

Backlight

RGB

Interface(s)

USB 2.0

Logical Layout

6 buttons

Max DPI

12000

Polling Rate

1000hz (1ms)

Weight

58 grams (Matte) and 59 grams (Glossy)*

Cable Length

2 m / 6.5 ft

Cable Type

Ascended Cord (ultra-flexible)

Mouse Feet Thickness

0.81mm

Mouse Feet Type

G-Skates Premium Mouse Feet

Compatible with

Linux, Mac, Windows

Country of origin

China

2 reviews for Glorious Model O Minus

  1. Yuvraj Sheoran (verified owner)

    Very Good Mouse..Must Buy!

  2. Vishwanath Subramanian (verified owner)

    I received my Model O- on Feb 10 and held off my initial review in order to get a better idea of how compatible it is.

    Some background – I was using a modded-DIY G304 (a little under 80 g that I run at 1200 DPI) before this and wanted something lightweight and didn’t cramp my hands after long-term usage for a change. I play RTS and FPS.

    With the Model O-, I immediately noticed the low weight (58 g I run at 800 DPI) and, for my hand size (18 x 9 cm), it didn’t seem very cumbersome to me coming from another small mouse. I had to change my grip style just a little bit for a more relaxed palm-fingertip hybrid.

    The clicks also feel very crisp and the side-buttons are a noticeable upgrade in quality over the average gaming mouse, including my own. I like the grooved scroll wheel and the DPI button. While there are known QC issues with the regular-sized Model O, I had absolutely no issues build-wise with my Model O-.

    The holes are not a problem and it seems to hold up its paint and colors very well so far; seems resistant to oil and dirt.

    However, I have docked a star off of this review because of a few issues I encountered:

    1. The thin ‘new’ Ascended Cord that comes standard with the Model O- isn’t as thin and out-of-the-way I expected. There is still some amount of that thick lace covering that persists, even though it is possible to push it closer to the USB end with peristalsis. Coming from a wireless mouse, it was a little disappointing to see that the cable could’ve been better. Using a zip-tie mod helps mitigate this cable drag a bit.

    2. Sometimes there are occasional short teleports/spin-outs while gaming, and I encountered this even without the ziptie. I’ll do some research on this and find out what’s causing this.

    3. This one is a bit minor, but a bit more of a hump in the rear would’ve helped with claw-grip and hybrid-claw styles.

    Overall I’m very satisfied with the mouse and the price at which I got this off of Meckeys. Kudos to both Meckeys and Glorious for making such quality products accessible to the average gamer and I wish them all the very best.

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