ASUS’S ROG GLADIUS gaming mice have been kicking about for over half a decade now, with each subsequent iteration improving slightly—and only slightly—on the previous model. Unsurprisingly, this is still the case here, with the Gladius III Wireless removing the power cable but ultimately doing little to differentiate itself from the standard Gladius III.
Is that such a bad thing? This is still a well-made device that ticks all the standard boxes for a gaming mouse. It features three-zone RGB lighting (customizable via the Armory Crate software, or the lighting profile button on the underside) along with a sturdy construction and swappable Omron switches for the two main clicker buttons thanks to Asus’s push-socket design. This allows you to switch over to quieter switches, or merely extend the mouse’s lifespan with replacement parts.
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