Glorious has always been an interesting company. In the past few years, it’s become one of the more impressive PC peripheral makers showcasing cool gear like its modular GMMK 2 keyboards and dope streetwear (opens in new tab). Well, it’s been a couple of years, and Glorious is taking another shot at its Model O lightweight gaming mice with some meaningful upgrades for the Model O 2.
The Glorious Model O 2 is an ultra-lightweight gaming mouse that comes in both wireless and wired models, though for review; I’m looking at the Model O 2 wireless.
It comes with the new *sigh* BAMF 2.0 optical sensor with a max DPI of 26K and a max speed of 650 IPS. It’s a better upgrade from the Model O (opens in new tab), which launched in 2020, in both looks and feel. It’s less busy and looks less like a toy. It ditches the honeycomb-style air holes for roundish ones that just sit on the mouse’s body and not on half of the mouse buttons, which I imagine would have felt weird clicking a mouse button with little holes on it.
I don’t mind the perforated design, but I know plenty of folks where that’s an automatic deal breaker.
Glorious Model O2 wireless specs
There are lighting strips on both sides of the mouse, but the Model O 2 has ditched the RGB on the mouse wheel found on its predecessor. It looks much better,…