ASUS Gladius II Origin ARGB Optical Gaming Mouse
ASUS Gladius II Origin Gaming Mouse, Optical, Omron Mechanical Switches, ARGB, 12000dpi, 6 Buttons
By DPD On 11th Dec 2018
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Protect against installation damage for 28 days.
ScanProtect is an enhanced warranty specifically designed and offered by Scan to reduce the risk of any mishap or damage to components during installation.
Our aim with ScanProtect is to encourage our customers to upgrade or build their own PC confidently. For a small additional fee our customers are provided with complete peace of mind.
Gaming-Grade Optical Sensor
Every strike is critical. At the heart of ROG Gladius II Origin is an optical sensor that provides you with the accuracy and precision needed to take down the opposition.
Exclusive Push-Fit Switch Socket Design
ROG Gladius II Origin features the ROG exclusive push-fit switch socket design that allows you to easily change switches to vary click resistance. The option of replacing worn or broken switches also extends the lifespan of your mouse.
Aura Sync Lighting
ROG Gladius II Origin is designed to dominate – and it looks the part with aggressive aesthetics and ASUS Aura RGB lighting technology. With six customizable pre-set light effects and incredible performance, the Gladius II Origin is primed for battle!
Achieve perfect RGB lighting synchronization across your Aura Sync-enabled products to complete the look of your battle station. You can sync lighting effects to in-game action, music, and more!
ROG Gladius II Origin has a detachable cable design and comes with two types of cables and a ROG pouch, so you don't have to pack your cable whenever you want to move – just leave one on your desk and the other in the ROG pouch, detach your mouse, and get going!
The intuitive ROG Armoury software lets you easily adjust settings to suit your gaming style. Customize lighting effects, adjust performance and surface calibration settings, program and map buttons, create profiles and more. Features • Advanced 12000 DPI optical sensor for fast and precise tracking.
• ROG exclusive push-fit switch socket design to vary click resistance and extend the lifespan of the mouse.
• Customizable Aura RGB lighting with Aura Sync support.
• DPI switch for on-the-fly sensitivity adjustment.
• Omron switches with 50-million-click durability, plus two extra Japanese-made Omron switches with a different click resistance.
• Detachable cable design and ROG pouch for portability and storage.
• Intuitive ROG Armoury interface for easy customization of buttons, performance and lighting settings.
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