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The model O is the lightest RCB Gaming Mouse ever created. Envisioned by a team of passionate gamers, and developed by a team who accepts nothing less than perfection, Model O will elevate your play to unimaginable heights, Built for speed, control, and comfort.

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If you are a gaming mouse enthusiast, you might have already heard of the Model O, which is the first of four mice coming from Glorious PC Gaming Races O.D.I.N line. The companys aim was to create an extremely lightweight, ambidextrous, low-profile gaming mouse without any compromises.

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A: Yes - A very limited number of trusted independent reviewers have been given early access to the Model O prior to launch. Their reviews will go live on or before launch day. Q: Will the Model O be available on Amazon? A: No. The Model O will only be available through the website and our international partners.

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The Model O is a driver-free mouse that is ready to go right out of the box (plug and play). Settings such as LED effects and DPI can be adjusted directly on the mouse, without any software. For more advanced options, our free software allows you to edit and configure the mouse to your liking.

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A Guide to Buying Scale Model Railroads and Trains. O Gauge train sets were first introduced in the early 1900s and were the most commonly used type of model trains in the United States until the 1960s.