Äntligen trådlös – ROG Gladius II Wireless är här!

Hi, and welcome to Inet!
I’m Johan. I’m glad about Gladius today,
because we’re taking a closer look at- -the successor of Gladius II Origin,
which in turn is the successor of Gladius II- -and in turn Gladius… Gladius II Wireless is the first one
in this line that’s wireless. That’s why I’m glad about Gladius,
because no wires make you happy. Let’s take a closer look at the mouse. The mouse itself is actually included.
That’s a big plus! Open if like this
and pull the entire thing out. There’s a quick start guide:
We won’t be needing that. This is the interesting thing
about both Origin and this one. You get additional switches. They’re from
Omron and you can change switches yourself. We’ll show you how later. A very nice detail, and quite rare. There’s a ROG sticker. This one goes on your forehead
when you’re outside- -and want to attract the opposite gender. Once you’ve found your life partner
we can get pack to unpacking. We’ve got a mesh bag
in which we find the cable. This is wireless,
but we’ve got a charging cable. It’s braided and uses ROG’s connections. Micro B on one and USB in the computer,
or an adapter if you’re just charging it. Two-meter braided cable. The quality
seems high, so it’ll probably last a long time. Let’s remove the sweat cover. It’s slightly inconvenient.
You can’t really reach… Never mind. We recognize the mouse from before.
We’ve got the wireless adapter. It has the ROG design,
with the logo and tilted edges. If you imagine it sticking out of a laptop- -we can tell that it’s not super compact,
but good enough. It’s subtle and looks good. The mouse itself is reminiscent
of the Gladius II Origin. In other words, no sniper button.
That one’s gone. But we’ve got the Maya inspired
pattern that they often use- -and the rubber is quite nice.
It has great friction and feels sturdy. The one I’ve been using in private
for over a year hasn’t lost any friction- -so thumbs up from me! We’ve got two buttons here. We’ve got the same surface
as the previous ones have. It’s quite coarse and matte, and nice to
have your hand on for a longer period of time. The primary buttons are separated- -so they’re not part of the casing,
which is good. We’ve got our DP indicator
and the scroll wheel. We’ll open it up- -and take a closer look
at the types of switches. We’ve still got see-through plastic here. In other words
we can expect RGB for the logo. Same thing with the scroll wheel. So I expect RGB for that one too. But there’s no see-through plastic
around the edge this time. Origin II had plastic with RGB
all the way around. That one’s gone, probably
in order to save on battery life. It’s adapted for right-handed people:
we’ve got the Maya pattern on the right side. If you haven’t used one of these earlier,
you’ll notice that it’s quite bulky. It’s not super wide, but it’s pretty high- -which makes it suitable if you use your
whole hand or if you’ve got the claw grip. Personally, it suits my hand perfectly. It’s subjective, but if you get a chance
to try it I recommend that you do. It’s basically identical to
the wired one, Gladius II Origin. We’ve also got the USB connection in here- -which ensures that the cable is very steady. But it doesn’t have the locking mechanism
that the wired one has. However, it does have
another type of switch underneath- -and that’s for the wireless transfer. You can turn it off and use a cable,
or move to the left and use Bluetooth: BLE – Bluetooth Low Energy. This enables the battery life
to last much longer- -compared to operating in the 2,4 GHz band,
which the dongle we looked at earlier does. If you use it for gaming, it’s this one:
Wifi, which gives you lower latency. But if you’re sitting by a laptop
that already has Bluetooth- -and you’re going to do some work,
you can use Bluetooth to save on battery life. Let’s talk about battery life: Bluetooth gives you up to 57 hours,
without RGB. With RGB turned on you get 25. If we switch to wifi
we get 36 hours without RGB- -and up to 24 hours with RGB. If we change it to off, you get 0 hours- -until you connect
the charging cable up here. Another new thing with Wireless
compared to Origin is a new sensor. Origin had 3360,
but now we get a PMW3389- -which is a high-performance sensor
that enables better gaming performance. We’ve got four rubber plugs here. They cover up the screws underneath,
which makes it possible to open it up. If you remove them
you can see the screws underneath. If we remove the screws
we can take this thing apart. The mouse is built in such a way
that it only has one groove across it. It only has two pieces. Find the groove,
loosen it up and lift the bottom part off. It’s very reminiscent of the Origin,
if you saw that video. We’ve got two Kailh switches
for the thumb buttons. We’ve got two Omron switches
for the primary right and left buttons. These are the ones you can replace. The reason for replacing them is partly
because they vary in pressure sensitivity- -but also to make the mouse last longer. The most common thing that breaks- -is that these copper springs
inside the switches come off. Instead of buying a new mouse
you can just change to new ones. Before we change, we can mention
that the scroll component is from the Alps: Also great quality. It’s nice to see that they use
the best components on the market. The little button in the middle is for DP,
and the battery construction is below. LED right there,
and inside the scroll wheel. Again, it doesn’t have
the LED strip that Origin has- -because I think
that would’ve drained the battery. Changing the switches is pure plug and play. Lift carefully. You may have to wiggle a bit. Otherwise you just pull them straight up. When you put them back,
remember that the switch- -the little gray one, or blue on
the standard ones, have to face forward. Then you just press it.
I guess my fingers are in the way… Get it down, wiggle it into place.
That way it’ll go down smoothly. Once you’ve assembled it
in the same way that you took it apart- -just start it up
and observe the beautiful RGB- -that can be found in the logo and
the scroll wheel, and not on the edges. The Wireless weighs 124 grams. It’s 14 grams heavier than its predecessor
Origin, which weighed 110 grams without cable. Ask yourself if the 14 grams are worth it
if you get a wireless one? I’d definitely say that it is,
if you want something wireless. It’s well-balanced and the weight
is proportionate to the size- -so the extra grams don’t matter. But that’s up to you.
I myself don’t mind having a heavier mouse- -and this one is in the middle range
when it comes to the weight of wireless mice. As you can see the lighting shuts off
when it’s not used for a few seconds- -which saves on battery life. This has been the
Republic of Gamers’ Gladius II Wireless. Now you understand
why I’m glad about Gladius. They haven’t changed a winning concept- -or thrown ketchup
in an already perfect recipe- -but instead improved
an already great gaming mouse. They’ve kept the shape,
the most important features- -including the upgraded switches- -and also provided great battery life
and an even better gaming sensor. If you want to read more
or get one of these- -the link is in the description below. Thank you for now.
I hope you liked the video. I’m Johan at Inet
with ROG Gladius II Wireless- -successor of… Whatever. Bye! Undertextning.nu

10 thoughts on “Äntligen trådlös – ROG Gladius II Wireless är här!

  1. Öre nån som kan hjälpa mig o säga va jag behöver för dator om jag ska jobba m d, typ Adobe peremiere pro, asså är en youtuber, tack på förhand🙌

  2. Det är så skönt att kolla på era videos! Du förklarar liksom allt noga och långsamt så man verkligen hänger med.

    Själv skulle jag nog behöva ett nytt tagnent bord eftersom mitt är typ två år gammalt och inte funkar super bra. Jag vill sattsa mycket på gaming men måste inte köpa det bästa och dyraste. Vad skulle ni rekommendera?
    Tack på förhand.

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