titleMad Catz Cyborg R.A.T series of gaming mice have made a splash on the pc peripheral market for two years now. Cyborg has released several versions of their R.A.T  design, with a little redundancy. The R.A.T 3, 5, 7,  7  Albino, 7 Contagion, 7 Infection,  7 M.M.O, and the wireless R.A.T 9 all have subtle differences. The original  flagship model for Mad Catz is the Cyborg R.A.T 7. The Mad Catz Cyborg R.A.T 7 was released in summer 2010,  so you might be wondering why someone would review this  product a full two years after its release date. The R.A.T 7 unusual design has begun to appear on other mice in its price range. The “precision aim” button, a  key feature of the R.A.T 7, is now available on the Corsair M60. The extendable palm rest plus  exchangeable thumb/pinky rest will be on the unreleased Razer Ourobroos. With this trend in mind, let’s take a  look back at  the Cyborg R.A.T 7, an innovative gaming mouse that still has much to offer the current hardware enthusiast.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           

 

Product Name: Mad Catz Cyborg R.A.T 7

Review Sample Provided By: Mad Catz

Written By: Brock

Pictures By: Brock

 

 

Specifications

DPI Range

25-5600DPI (25DPI steps)

Acceleration

Up to 50g

Polling Rate

Dynamic up to a 1000Hz

Tracking Speed

Up to 6m/sec

Type

Wired

Tracking Method

Laser

Hand Orientation

Right

Buttons

7

Programmable Buttons

5

Modes

3

Braided Cable Length

6 feet

System Requirements

USB 2.0 Connectivity

Windows 7

Windows Vista

Windows XP

Mac OS X 10.6.6 or later (Intel Processor Required)

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