ASUS ROG Gladius II Review

👤by Matthew Hodgson Comments 📅13-04-17
Closer Look (Continued)
Looking at the underside, you can see the four Teflon feet in the corners with the large sensor right in the centre. At the top of the mouse, there is a release switch to disconnect the USB cable.

Carrying on with the Mayan styling, we've got a fancy, almost radiator-inspired, grill at the front of the mouse. That is the micro-USB connection in the centre of the mouse, which is slightly tilted upwards to help prevent the wire from dragging; a nice touch! You also get a great view of the click buttons, with their deep inset shape.

As previously mentioned, the Gladius features interchangeable switches for the right and left click. The bonus being the ability to adjust the feel of the mouse, and also being able to extend the life of the mouse; however the provided switches guarantee at least 50 million clicks, which is double the life-span of the original Gladius. They can be accessed by undoing 4 screws on the bottom of the mouse, and lifting out the switches. It's a pretty simple process, which ASUS trusts the user to do themselves. The provided switches are Omron D2FC-F-K but Omron D2F-01F can be sourced if the user wishes to customise the click resistance.

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