On Wednesday, PC peripheral maker Glorious released a lightweight mouse with a magnetic trick up its sleeve.
Gamers and workers alike can take advantage of the wide range of customizable buttons on Glorious. first model the mouse. Glorious allows you to program the nine mouse buttons to perform a variety of tasks, including macros and keystrokes. But the company goes further by making two of the mouse’s four side buttons magnetically detachable.
the interview Blog entry From Glorious this week, the two buttons use a hook and hole system for alignment, and you can peel them off your mouse with your fingernail or a “plastic tool.” Once you remove the buttons, you can replace them with ones with other shapes. In addition to the button covers on the mouse, the Model I comes with two different button covers for each of the interchangeable buttons. You can also get rid of all the side buttons by covering them with the included flat port covers. As someone who struggles to avoid accidentally pressing the side buttons, I can find this helpful.
Glorious sells a Backup set Button covers for $8.
Glorious also encourages small DIY experiments with the first model. The company says it will release 3D files for the side buttons so manufacturers can print their own molds, noting that this type of modification does not void a two-year warranty on the peripherals.
The Glorious Model I continues the company’s history of using honeycomb cutters to create a mouse that weighs 0.15 lb ± 0.01 oz (69 g ± 2.5 g).
Like other gaming peripherals, Glorious says the lightweight mouse can help gamers play PC games since a lighter mouse is easier to move around. A lightweight, perforated plastic mouse may look cheap, but Glorious uses a matte (rather than glossy) finish to try and make the mouse more unique.
The first model is 31.8 to 40 percent lighter than the wireless model Logitech Signature M650 (0.22 or 0.25 lb., depending on size). However, there are lighter mice, such as Glorious’ 0.13lb (58g) oh model or Cooler Master 0.11 lb (50 g) mm 720.
Inside the first model there is a special optical sensor with a DPI range of 100-19000. The impressive BAMF sensor also supports a maximum tracking speed of 400 IPS and a maximum acceleration of 50 g (cf .). computer mouse terms guide to explain these terms).
The 6.5 ft braided cable is replaceable, and opening the mouse for a change does not void the warranty.
The first model launched Monday for members of the Glorious loyalty program, and the mouse is now available to the general public for $60.
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