The GLORIOUS Model O PRO is a lightweight wireless gaming mouse produced with the GLORIOUS Forge program. It means to buy this mouse from GLORIOUS, you were required to pre-order it before production began, and it was produced in limited numbers. The pre-order phase is now over, so if you're interested in buying this mouse, you'll need to buy it from a third-party reseller. This mouse shares the same shape and dimensions as the GLORIOUS Model O Wireless, but it's lighter, lacks RGB lighting, and has a solid plastic body instead of a body with honeycomb-shaped cutouts. It also has a slightly longer advertised battery life compared to the GLORIOUS Model O Wireless. However, the sensor model and switches remain unchanged.
The GLORIOUS Model O PRO is decent for office and multimedia work, but it isn't designed specifically for this usage. It feels fairly well-built, has a comfortable, symmetrical shape, and connects wirelessly. Unfortunately, it doesn't support Bluetooth, and the scroll wheel lacks L/R tilt inputs and doesn't unlock for free-scrolling.
The GLORIOUS Model O PRO is an excellent FPS gaming mouse. It's extremely lightweight and has a comfortable symmetrical shape suitable for medium and larger-sized hands. Performance-wise, it has excellent click latency and an accurate, consistent sensor, providing a responsive in-game experience. Unfortunately, there's some flexibility in the plastic body, and the left and right-click buttons rattle slightly if you shake the mouse.
The GLORIOUS Model O PRO is good for MMO gaming, but it doesn't have nearly as many buttons as dedicated MMO gaming mice. That said, you can reprogram all buttons using the customization software. It also has excellent sensor performance and click latency, good build quality, and a comfortable shape suitable for medium and larger-sized hands.
The GLORIOUS Model O PRO is adequate for travel but isn't designed specifically for this use. It connects wirelessly, has a comfortable shape suitable for most hand sizes, and feels reasonably sturdy. However, there's some flexibility in the plastic body, and the left- and right-click buttons rattle somewhat if you shake the mouse. Note that there's no compartment for storing the USB receiver inside the mouse when it's not in use.
The GLORIOUS Model O PRO is available in Red Fox, Blue Lynx, and Golden Panda colorways, and there are no other variants. We bought and tested the Red Fox color variant. You can see the label of our unit here.
The GLORIOUS Model O PRO is a lightweight, wireless gaming mouse. This mouse marks a departure for GLORIOUS as it's their first mouse release that doesn't feature honeycomb-shaped cutouts in the body or RGB lighting. It has the same shape and shares many of the key internal components as the GLORIOUS Model O Wireless; however, it's lighter, it has slightly longer battery life, and its solid plastic body has a textured surface. This mouse is also noteworthy for using a group buy model, meaning you needed to pre-order this mouse, and it was only produced in limited numbers. This group buy phase is over, so if you're interested in purchasing this mouse, you'll need to do so through third-party resellers.
The Logitech G PRO X SUPERLIGHT and the GLORIOUS Model O PRO are lightweight wireless gaming mice with symmetrical shapes. The GLORIOUS is marginally lighter, but the Logitech feels much sturdier and has better sensor and click latency performance. The Logitech's shape is also more suitable for a wider range of hand sizes.
The GLORIOUS Model O PRO and the GLORIOUS Model O Wireless are both lightweight, wireless gaming mice that share the same shape and deliver very similar gaming performance. The PRO has a solid plastic shell and is lighter. It also has a somewhat longer advertised battery life. On the other hand, the Wireless has a body with honeycomb cutouts, and it feels better built overall.
The GLORIOUS Model O PRO and the GLORIOUS Model O have the same size and shape and perform very similarly. The PRO connects wirelessly and is significantly lighter. It also has a solid plastic shell. On the other hand, the Model O is a wired model and feels sturdier overall. It also has honeycomb-shaped cutouts in its body and features RGB lighting, which the PRO lacks.
This mouse has a straightforward look with a solid plastic shell made of coral-colored plastic on top and black plastic on the side and bottom of the mouse. The plastic has a slightly textured finish, which feels nice and adds grip. In terms of visible branding, there's GLORIOUS logo on the left side towards the back of the mouse and a GLORIOUS Forge logo on the right side towards the front.
The GLORIOUS Model O PRO shares the same shape and dimensions as the GLORIOUS Model O Wireless.
The GLORIOUS Model O PRO has good build quality, though it doesn't feel as sturdy as the GLORIOUS Model O Wireless. It doesn't feel flimsy, but there's some creaking and flexibility if you apply pressure to the plastic body. The plastic also feels relatively thin, and the left- and right-click buttons rattle when you shake the mouse. However, this isn't noticeable during regular use.
This mouse is remarkably lightweight, making it very easy to make snappy and responsive movements.
The GLORIOUS Model O PRO has a solid plastic body with a slightly textured finish that's comfortable and lends added grip. This mouse shares the same dimensions as the GLORIOUS Model O Wireless. The shape is symmetrical, but the side buttons are only on the left side, so it's best suited for right-handed use.
If you have small hands, it's hard to reach the forward-most side button without hitting the button next to it using a palm grip.
If you have small hands, it's challenging to reach the scroll wheel and the side button closest to the front using a claw grip.
If you have small or medium-sized hands, you'll likely have difficulty reaching both side buttons and the scroll wheel using a fingertip grip.
The GLORIOUS Model O PRO has an advertised battery life of up to 80 hours, which is longer than the advertised battery life of the GLORIOUS Model O Wireless at 71 hours.
The GLORIOUS Model O PRO has a remarkable cable. It feels very lightweight and flexible and doesn't snag on mousepads or desks. Unfortunately, it retains some minor kinks from the packaging.
This mouse has outstanding feet that glide very smoothly on mousepads. They produce some very minor scratching sounds when used directly on a desk, but this doesn't affect the gliding experience.
You can reprogram any of the six buttons on the top of the GLORIOUS Model O PRO. On the bottom of the mouse, there's a non-programmable button that cycles between CPI settings and a switch that turns the mouse on and off. Like the GLORIOUS Model O Wireless, this mouse uses Kailh 8.0 switches for its left- and right-click buttons.
The GLORIOUS Model O PRO has excellent click latency and provides a very responsive feeling in-game.
This mouse has polling rate options of 125Hz, 250Hz, 500Hz, and 1000Hz.
The scroll wheel operates smoothly, and each notch is well-defined. Unfortunately, there's a small amount of side-to-side movement, and the middle click is very easy to accidentally press, which can happen if you're trying to scroll too quickly.
The mouse click and button noises are quiet and unlikely to bother those around you.
The GLORIOUS Model O PRO uses Glorious Core software, which is easy to use and has a straightforward layout. It allows you to customize a range of expected options, including button mapping, custom profiles, DPI settings, and debounce time.
Note: The score of this test is based on the companion software's features and not its overall performance. Community members have identified a range of possible issues with this software, but we didn't experience any issues during testing.