Glorious PC Gaming Race's Model D mouse is now available

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We’ve already seen accessories such as the Glorious Modular Mechanical Gaming Keyboard and Glorious Model O mouse from the company. Like the latter product, the Model D has an outer shell covered in holes to reduce weight. GPCGR says it “is designed with comfort, speed and control in mind.” The standard mouse weighs in at 0.15 pounds (68 grams), while the glossy model is 0.03 ounces (1 gram) heavier.

The Model D comes with a thinner, lighter, and more flexible cord, which is supposed to give the mouse an almost wireless feel. It also features the company’s G-Skates feet, which glide over a mouse mat “like blades on ice.” Buyers can even specify whether they want larger or smaller skates with their Model D.

Other features include those found on most higher-end mice: high-durability Omron switches, a clickable scroll wheel, a DPI switcher with an indicator that can be set to any value and color, and a Pixart 3360 sensor that tracks up to 12,000 DPI, offers a 1,000Hz polling rate and less than 0.7mm lift-off distance. There are also plenty of lights to keep RGB fans happy.

The Model D is available in black or white with soft & matte or bright & reflective finishes. It’s also reasonably priced, with the Matte models costing $49.99 and the Glossy versions going for $59.99.

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RaXoR

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I ordered mine the moment it went on sale. Been meaning to get a new mouse for a while now. My G502 Proteus is great but I need a change.
 

Uncle Al

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Truly amazing to watch all these ads for a "better mouse". Reminds me of the commercials in the 1960's that pushed deodorant, tooth paste, hair shampoo, and all the other "necessary" items that the world had got along just fine for over a thousand years. Just goes to show that gullibility knows no limits ..... LOL
 

rrwards

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Truly amazing to watch all these ads for a "better mouse". Reminds me of the commercials in the 1960's that pushed deodorant, tooth paste, hair shampoo, and all the other "necessary" items that the world had got along just fine for over a thousand years. Just goes to show that gullibility knows no limits ..... LOL
I can only imagine you also only buy 10 year old base model sedans and then snarkily remark how gullible all these id*ots are who spent more than $2000 on a car because all cars are just for A to B commutes.

It's incredible to think you're on techspot (which features and reviews hundreds of different products with all different specs for different use cases) pretending that there's no way one mouse could be better than another.

Edit: id*ots is a censored word apparently
 
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H3llion

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I can only imagine you also only buy 10 year old base model sedans and then snarkily remark how gullible all these id*ots are who spent more than $2000 on a car because all cars are just for A to B commutes.

It's incredible to think you're on techspot (which features and reviews hundreds of different products with all different specs for different use cases) pretending that there's no way one mouse could be better than another.

Edit: id*ots is a censored word apparently
They will backtrack with *sarcasm shield* . All I can think of when I read comments like that
 
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Skjorn

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Truly amazing to watch all these ads for a "better mouse". Reminds me of the commercials in the 1960's that pushed deodorant, tooth paste, hair shampoo, and all the other "necessary" items that the world had got along just fine for over a thousand years. Just goes to show that gullibility knows no limits ..... LOL
You don't brush your teeth, wash your hair or cover your musty scent? People are gullible for not wanting to be a walking offensive odor?