ASUS presents ROG Gladius gaming mouse

ASUS presents ROG Gladius gaming mouse

ASUS has rolled out a new gaming mouse known as Republic of Gamers Gladius. The new company product comes with some interesting technologies and the task to compete successfully with the Razer Deathadder 2013 and the SteelSeries Rival gaming mice.

The ASUS ROG Gladius measures 126 x 67 x 45 mm (LxWxH) and has fixed weight of 116 grams. Oriented at right-handed gamers the Gladius features a 5-button layout with a 6th button that deals with resolution adjustment. The mouse has a 6400 dpi sensor inside with 50g acceleration and 200 ips command rate. All of the buttons are Omron-made and the two main buttons can withstand 20 million clicks. Since the mouse will be used in gaming scenarios, the scroll wheel and middle-click buttons are reinforced. The Gladius also comes with user-replaceable feet, two detachable 2-meter long USB cables (one braided and one rubberized), an on-board EEPROM that will allow you to program the resolution, acceleration and macro-maps right onto the mouse. Finally, in order to look more appealing the Gladius comes with a red-glowing ROG logo on top.

No word on pricing as of now.

Source: ASUS

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