Glorious Model O Review

When it comes to gaming mice, the Glorious Model O is there. Publicity for this release has reached peak levels in enthusiastic communities for some time now and we understand why.The Model O (the first version in the glorious ODIN line) has everything to excite your gaming crowd: It’s an extremely lightweight mouse (thanks to Honeycomb Shell) with an extremely flexible cable, Omron switches, and a sensor. Flawless 3360, familiar safe shape, and RGB lighting. This paper mouse might be ideal for many gamers, but we all know the theory is not the same as practice.

The main feature of this mouse (at least at first glance) is the case. Or better not having a shell. Glorious calls this design the Honeycomb Shell, and while this might sound a silly trick to some, it does wonders for reducing the weight of the mouse. It gives the Model O a very specific look, but it’s worth noting that you don’t feel like holes when you hold the mouse. More on this later, but I know people will be wondering whether or not the holes interfere with the grip or performance, so I thought I’d get this out of the way first.

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Glorious Model O

Glorious Model O Gaming Mouse, Matte White (GO-White)

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The O was completed with two RGB strips and an RGB loop on the scroll wheel. On the left side of the mouse, you’ll find the Glorious spell and on the right side, there is a hidden “GLORIOUS” towards the front. Sure, all this together makes the mouse grab attention, but I don’t think it looks flashy or shiny, and you really can’t expect a mouse with holes in the case to look subtle, right?

The Glorious Model O is an uncommon medium-sized mouse that focuses (among other things) on being extremely lightweight, and I liked Glorious on that front. The matte version of this mouse weighs only 65 grams (the glossy version came with a weight of 67 grams on my scale), making it one of the lightest gaming mice on the planet right now.

Aside from its advanced case design (the only other company to make a mouse with this kind of design is FinalMouse, and these mice are hard to come by, to say the least), the Model O is an entry-level FPS gaming mouse when it comes. For jobs. There is a DPI button on the top and two side buttons on the left side of the mouse, as well as a DPI indicator at the bottom.

Glorious Model O Performance and Sensor

Inside the Model O, you have the industry-standard 3360 sensors. The sensor and its application are impeccable, which means that every movement you make will translate into the game with pixel-perfect precision. Gone are the days when you had to worry about mouse vibration, acceleration, or loosening. Flawless sensors are the standard these days, so companies need to differentiate themselves in different ways, and the Model O clearly distinguishes itself from other mice.

It’s plug-and-play, so you can just plug it in and start playing without drivers or software installed, but you can download optional software from Glorious if you want. There you can set lighting, LOD, polling rate, etc. In my opinion, it is a good program. It is not too complex or too swollen; It does what it has to do without having to read an entire manual like you were launching a satellite or something.

I’ll also address the million-dollar question here: Do holes improve performance? Well yes and no. The holes make the mouse very light, and for some people (myself included) that means it will be easier / more comfortable to point the mouse, but buying this mouse won’t make it a better router by default. No mouse would do this.

I will say that this light mouse is an experience in itself. If you’re coming from a mid-weight mouse, this will surprise you for the first few hours (that’s also thanks to the great cable) until you get used to it, and it might make you a better player if the lightweight mice are your jam, but no I would say ‘Get the Model O’ = Be a better player, “because that would be a scandalous statement.

Pros
  • Super lightweight
  • Tried and tested the sensor
  • Great RGB implementation
  • Extra-large PTFE feet
  • Feels very well-built.
  • Outstanding performance.
  • Amazing ergonomics and ambidextrous design.
  • Low click latency.
Cons
  • Looks and cable style may turn off some
  • No dedicated sniper button
  • Slightly large size that likely won’t be suitable for smaller hands.
  • Not the most portable, like most wired gaming mice.

Conclusion

This mouse has everything that mouse enthusiasts have been getting excited about in recent times; it’s got a super lightweight shell (with holes in it), an extremely flexible cable, responsive buttons, great stock mouse feet that offer a smooth and consistent glide, and it even has RGB elements. In a sense, it’s a ‘greatest hits’ compilation of all recent exciting innovations in the mouse industry.

Abdul Rehman

I have liked computer technology for a long time, since childhood, and have always been involved with various hardware and software. With my degree in computer engineering from a university recognized, it was a dream that came true and allowed me to quickly pursue my dreams. Currently, I work on various sites as a device reviewer and content writer.