Lol the list price is NOT $100. It’s $50. So you’re only saving $5. I have the Model O and Model D
https://www.pcgamingrace.com/products/glorious-model-o-minus-matte-black sells them for $50 as you stated. Microcenter states they’re in stock but anytime you try to order it removed it from your cart.
Personally I find the Glorious Model O mouse to be overhyped. The CoolMaster MM710 reviews better, was a later release, and it’s currently on sale @ amazon for $40. I’ve been using it since October 2019 and it has been flawless for me.
Can someone translate the text under the features tab? I have no idea what information that is trying to convey.
Is there a point to the holes? Mice do not heat up, so they do not need cooling. The holes just seem like a good way to expose the interior for gunk to build up.
According to their web site, it " is the key to achieving a feather-light weight while maintaining its ultra-durable strength. You’ll barely feel the holes during gameplay, but they provide ventilation to keep your palms cool & fresh. Cleaning the Model O is easy, just use any air canister to keep your mouse good as new. "
If they say so, looks gimmicky to me.
I don’t see any reason somone would pay more than $20 for this mouse. Other than some lights and a couple of extra buttons it is nothing more than a regular mouse…
Imagine cleaning this mouse after a year’s worth of sweaty gaming sessions…
It is one of the lightest mice on the market. When playing competitive FPS games weight is a big factor.
The sensor is great, way better than a $20 mouse.
RGB as you stated will always have a premium attached.
The software is great and minimal.
Its my favorite mouse by far. The holes feel great and do cut down the weight as this is one of the lightest mice on the market.