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Although when it comes to esports and the professional level of gaming, going wire-free is still taboo. But for everyday use and everyday gaming going wireless for your gaming mouse is one of things where once you do make the change - it's almost impossible to go back. Which we found out in our review of the ASUS ROG Gladius II Wireless mouse.

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The Republic of Gamers brand is something that we’ve come to associate with excellent performance. The bits of hardware from ASUS that focuses on high-end gaming and looking good along the way. Translation, plenty of futuristic flourishes and RGB lighting. The new ASUS ROG Gladius II Wireless looks to be the premium wireless mouse from the company with this clear focus on gaming. The list of features you’d expect to find are all here – a versatile and responsive high-quality sensor, a fast polling rate, full software support and customisation, a sturdy build.

With a shape that is both comfortable and familiar, where the ROG Gladius II Wireless stands out comes with its dual support for 2.4 GHz and Bluetooth wireless signals. Plus, a few other features.

Click Here to Read Our Full ASUS ROG Gladius II Wireless Mouse Review



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