ROG Gladius is an optical wired gaming mouse engineered with perfect right-hand ergonomics for first-person shooter (FPS) mastery! Smooth-touch materials stay cool in your hand and high-quality Mayan-patterned rubber secures your grip. With exclusive switch socket design for customizable click resistance, two-level DPI switch, ‘slide-to-press' side switches and a 6400dpi optical sensor that tracks up to 200 inches per second and 50g acceleration, the battlefield is at your mercy. Detach the cable for carrying around — lock and load!
Ergonomic design for all grip types: Right-handed comfort crafted by FPS masters!
World top pro gamers involved in design stage, back and forth to ensure the best ergonomics! The fine-tuned curves make Gladius the perfect fit for all grip-types
20-million-click durability: Mouse buttons that won't let you down
Gladius is manufactured with high-quality Omron® mouse switches that are good for at least 20-million presses, so you'll enjoy accurate clicks from buttons that just keep going.
We even include two additional Japanese-made Omron switches that offer different click resistance — so Gladius responds just the way you desire.
Exclusive easy-swap switch socket: Instant upgrades for customized victories
Forget soldering hassles when changing mouse switches, as ROG's exclusive socket design means you pick and fit your perfect click resistance and recoil with one simple push.*
Compatible with Omron D2F series & D2FC series mouse switch.
Touch-to-detach cable and ROG pouch: Bring your winning gear everywhere
Gladius comes with two USB cables. Leave the 2-meter cable on your desk for convenience and carry the 1-meter travel cable to LAN parties or internet cafés — it takes just one touch to detach either cable!
• 1x 2-meter braided USB cable.
• 1x 1-meter regular rubber USB cable.
• 1x ROG pouch.
• 2x Japanese-made Omron switches.
• 2x Attractive ROG logo stickers.
• 4x Smooth-glide mouse feet.
Customize your GLADIUS: Shape and store your profiles
Gladius has built-in flash memory to store your favorite profile, so it's always by your side. It also features the innovative Armoury software – allowing you to create, customize, and store unlimited profiles on your PC!
Create unlimited profiles in your PC and save them on the mouse by dragging them to Profile on Mouse. Alternatively, you can edit them in the Profile on Mouse section.
GLADIUS works perfectly with your mousepad: Calibrate to conquer
The Gladius software includes an intelligent surface-calibration tool for pixel-perfect precision. Gladius analyzes and learns the surface characteristics to hone the sensor's accuracy — and that means even better in-game responsiveness!
Calibrating Gladius is easy. Select a mousepad preset or manually calibrate to any surface simply by moving Gladius across the surface until the pointer moves — job done! Features • World’s first mouse with 2000Hz USB polling rate support.
• Ergonomically-designed for all right-handed grip types – ideal for FPS games.
• Exclusive socket design for easy switch upgrades; includes 2 additional Japanese-made Omron switches.
• Separate left and right buttons; with 2 specially-engineered, programmable ‘slide-to-press’ buttons.
• Detachable cable and ROG travel pouch for storage and transport.
• Built-in flash memory to save your favorite profile.
• Exclusive ROG Armoury interface where you can program buttons, performance settings, lighting effects, and surface calibration.
Please note your statutory rights are not affected.
For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions
- 12 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 7 days
- RTB Period:
- 12 months
Date Issued: 29th Jul 2009
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