Asus ROG Gladius II Core Optical Gaming Mouse, 6200 DPI, Aura Sync
Asus ROG Gladius II Core Ergonomic Optical Gaming Mouse with Aura Sync 6200dpi Black USB
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Gaming Glory with the ROG Gladius II Core by ASUS
LIGHTWEIGHT BUILD WITH A HEAVY PUNCH ROG Gladius II Core embodies the classic Gladius optical gaming mouse spirit into a user-friendly new form, with non-slip sides carved with the iconic ROG logo. The Gladius II Core has a 6200-dpi optical sensor, and separate left and right buttons for precise control. The build of this gaming mouse is amazing with right-handed ergonomics for prolonged comfort, a fatigue-preventing lightweight design, and push-fit switch sockets. With integrated RGB lighting you can change styles with Aura Sync illumination.
Incredible Gaming-Grade Performance
empowering you to play for longer The interior of the ROG Gladius II Core is optimized for high-performance gaming that's 20% lighter than the original Gladius. With a gaming-grade PAW3327 optical sensor, this gaming mouse delivers 200- to 6200-dpi sensitivity. It also tracks up to 220 inches per second (IPS) at up to 30g acceleration.
Exclusive Switch Socket Design
EXTEND THE LIFESPAN OF YOUR MOUSE Take personalization to a whole new level with the ROG-exclusive switch-socket design, where you can easily change up your switches. You can also replace worn or broken switches to increase the lifespan of your mouse.
Take Your Style to the Next Level
INTENSE LIGHTING WITH ASUS AURA SYNC The ROG Gladius II Core features fully customizable RGB lighting with pre-set lighting effects that you can set to any colour of your preference and why not synchronize with the rest of your set up or music!
Ergonomically Designed for all Grip Types
experience ultimate gaming comfort The ROG Gladius II Core features a contoured design, textured side panels and is also optimized to fit snugly for palm, claw grip or fingertip styles. Delivering delivers the ultimate gaming comfort, campaign after campaign.
Play the Way you Like with Adjustable Settings
ROG ARMOURY II INTERFACE The smart ROG Armoury II software enables you to easily adjust settings to compliment your gaming style. You can choose from different lighting effects, adjust performance and surface calibration settings, program and map buttons, create profiles and more.
|Mouse Model||ROG Gladius II Core|
|Ideal Game Genres|
|Sensor||Gaming Grade PAW3327 Optical Sensor|
|No. of Buttons||6|
|Features & Functions||
|DPI Adjustment||Adjustable DPI|
|LED Lighting Colour||RGB|
|Compatible Operating Systems||
|Dimensions||126 x 67 x 45 mm (WxHxD)|
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- 12 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
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- RTB Period:
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