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ASUS Optical Gaming Mouse - P502 ROG Gladius II | Ergonomic Right-Hand Grip | PC Gaming Mouse for FPS Games | 12000 DPI Optical Sensor | Omron Switches | 6 Buttons | Aura Sync RGB Lighting
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- ASUS Aura Sync RGB lighting features a nearly endless spectrum of colors with the ability to synchronize effects across an ever-expanding ecosystem of Aura Sync enabled products
- USB wired optical gaming mouse designed to fit all grips with clickable scroll wheel, DPI switch and target button, and quick-release micro-USB
- Push-fit socket design to easily swap the durable 50-million-click Omron switches
- DPI target button enables instant switching between high and low speeds
- Intuitive ROG Armoury software interface for easy customization of buttons, performance and lighting settings
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ASUS ROG Gladius II Aura RGB USB Wired Optical Ergonomic Gaming Mouse
Designed for eSports with a 12000 DPI Optical, 50G Acceleration, and 250 IPS sensors, the Aura Sync enabled ROG Gladius II Origin is built for comfort across all grip types. The ASUS exclusive push-fit socket design makes swapping the 50-Million-Click rated Omron switches quick and easy for next-level gaming customization.
Dedicated DPI Target Button
You can switch sensitivity settings simply by holding down the DPI target button, which lowers the DPI for more accurate sniping or raises it for faster scrolling across the screen.
Personalize Your Gladius II
The Gladius II features innovative ROG Armoury software that lets you adjust settings to suit your style - customize Aura RGB lighting effects now.
Unplug and Go
A quick-release switch at the bottom of the mouse releases the micro-USB cable with one swift movement – it's that easy.
Push-Fit Switch Socket Design
ROG Gladius II features an exclusive push-fit socket design that allows you to easily change switches, so you can vary click resistance.
ROG Gladius II is an extremely comfortable, high-performance mouse that's perfect for all gamers and any grip styles.
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Arm yourself with the ROG Gladius II, the Aura Sync-capable FPS sidearm of choice. Built for comfort across all grips, the optical eSports mouse features a DPI target button to seamlessly transition between high and low speeds. The ASUS exclusive push-fit socket design simplifies switch replacements for next-level gaming customization.
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* Solid and well built - I've had none of the issues other reviewers mentioned that required them to move the the stronger/beefier switches. I don't know if this is because I don't really throw my mouse around a ton while gaming (I use fairly high DPI settings, so only minor movements are needed), or just because perhaps I got a 'newer' revision of some sort... But this thing has been solid as far as hardware is concerned
* ACCURATE! - I play a lot of first and third person games, from RPGs to shooters, and I can't count the number of times with previous mice that I've ended up getting slaughtered because of an inaccurate sensor. Whether it's lifting the mouse and the sensor goes full berzerker mode, or quickly changing direction and the movement on screen isn't consistent with the movement of my hand, that kind of thing is infuriating. I've been using this mouse daily for ~3 weeks now, and haven't had a single instance that the sensor has let me down... If I fail/die, it's because I suck, not because my mouse didn't do what I told it to (kinda humbling in it's own right, to not having anything to blame my being terrible on but myself).
* Detachable cable - I never even knew to think I needed a feature like this, let alone that I'd love it. The ability to leave the cable attached to the back of my PC (which is a complete pain to get to), take my mouse, and then connect it to my laptop while on the go is fantastic. I wish this feature was as common as the scroll wheel at this point - every mouse should have it.
* Hefty weight, without feeling like something you should be bodybuilding with - I have fairly large hands, so it usually takes me a while to find a mouse that works for me. I've bought mice before that had 'adjustable weights', and these always just ended up feeling gimmicky to me... Let alone the issues that can arise if you're regularly adjusting the weights in them (such as plastic retention tabs breaking and the like).
* 'Ooohhhh puuuurdy' - It looks snazzy. This is probably the lowest 'pro' in my book, as I'm mostly function over form, but for those going for a 'complete' Asus Aura build, this thing works out perfectly. The Aura software is... well, not great. But the Gladius' RGB functionality with the software, as well as the rest of the Asus components in my machine, are fantastic.
* Size - This isn't the kind of mouse that people with smaller hands are going to enjoy using. It seems to be made specifically for Right handed people, with great big ol maws for hands. Keep in mind that I hold my mouse with the 'claw' (I guess - recommend googling it if you're unfamiliar with how different mice grips look) grip, so if you hold your mouse differently, your mileage may vary. For reference, my 5'2" wife tried to use it, hated it enough that she refused to play anything because 'I can't grip this stupid thing'.
* Provided cables - both cables are relatively stiff, at least as far as mice cables go. The longer of the two is braided and feels like high quality, while the shorter feels more on the flimsy side. It works fine for me, as again, I don't tend to move the mouse a ton given my DPI settings. The more distance you regularly cover with your mouse while gaming though, the more likely you are to notice the stiffness of the provided cable
* The Price - In my eyes, this mouse is a solid by at about $70 bucks. The MSRP, however, seems to be closer to $90, with some places selling it for closer to $100 (one company, whose big blue and yellow name we shall not mention, is even listing this thing at $115! ... ugh.). At this price, unless you really NEED a mouse of this size to have comfort in using it AND 'need' (because really, calling this a 'need' is a bit absurd) Aura sync, you *might* be better off looking at something along the lines of a Razer DeathAdder Elite.
I had a very specific design in mind when I picked out this mouse. For me and for what I wanted, it was ideal. That will not be the case for everyone, which is why I rated it at 4 stars, but hopefully the information above can help someone else in making their own choices too - I wished there were more thorough reviews when I made my purchase for many items, and I guess it's about time I started leaving them myself!
The feel is really natural as well. Coming from a MX Master it didn't look like it was going to be comfortable, but I love it even more.
I have been wireless for a long time, and honestly the problems with lag or poor connection have really killed cutting the wires out completely.
The blue switches however don't seem to suffer from that issue, however they're much "heartier" clicks and you can't click quite as fast with them.
Regardless, even lifting up the mouse and setting it down causes the switches to trigger registering in accidental clicks, bad for games where you’re picking up the mouse a lot.
Edit: After 2 years with this mouse, I could probably bump it up to 2.5 stars. My original assessment still stands that this mouse is not suitable for gaming. However it is a good office mouse and is very ergonomic & comfortable to use for extended periods of time. The rubber on the side is slightly grippy while still remaining comfortable as well (however because of the pattern is very difficult to clean). LED effects are very bright and attractive compared to other mice in this price range. At the end of the day it’s a bad gaming mouse but performs above average for normal desktop use and that’s not a bad niche.
The only real downside for me is mouse is HEAVY. I'm used to large mice and prefer them, but this one felt awkward on almost every surface I tried it on. Didn't seem to glide very easily and was a bear to move forward. (Run around 2500DPI/500HZ on all mice I use)
ROG Armory will not recognize the mouse is connected.
ROG Aura SYNC is not having any effect on the mouse colors.
ROG GPU Tweak has no effect on the mouse either.
No Synchronization in my ROG Motherboard, ROG Graphics card, ROG Mouse.
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Pros: Smaller feet, better for my 4,000 DPI I play at because it gives me more control. The screws are easy to access for when you need to replace the clickers. RGB lights. Almost 1 for 1 in size and shape, which makes it easy to switch.
Cons: No DPI switch lite... So you have no idea what profile your on. I don't like the new program for this new mouse, I just want a mouse only program. Less features, like adjustable angle snapping and 2,000 Hz polling rate. No extra feet.
Overall: I am happy with it. I'll still keep my old one for a back up. The price for this mouse is pretty expensive, but I got mine used like new for a more reasonable $40.
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EDIT: lo reemplaze y solo tiene el pitido que ya me da igual, lo demas ya no esta, si tienen los mismos problemas que yo reemplazenlo, lo del sonido si se queda.
El único pero que tengo hasta el momento es el molestó botón lateral que no te deja agarrar el mousse muy bien, creo que estorba yo lo desactive para que no me haga algo extraño porque lo posicionaron en un lugar muy estratégico donde sostienes el mouse, lo hubieran puesto más arriba.
Con respecto al precio que no es muy costoso si lo comparas con un razer, tampoco es muy barato pensando en comprar un mouse desechable, creo que es lo justo por la gran calidad que ofrece, tiene precio medio pero gran calidad.