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08-05-2011 06:31 AM
Len The RAT7 mouse its like a plastic seams a pearl but its not a PEARL...its simply the worst money ive ever spend; i had a G9...used this...pretext of a mouse for about 3 days ...and get back to my G9 that is still the best mouse arround. Shame on u CYBORG i should get my money back!
02-17-2011 11:08 AM

I have been using the RAT 7 since Christmas. No problem with skipping totally smooth. I agree that the mode button is difficult to press but I don't use it much. I really llike the sniper button, it could be a little softer but this is no big deal to me. I have the horizontal scroll programed on the aluminum thumb wheel in profile 1. In the other profiles I use it for other functions. Overall I really like this mouse. I downloaded a Win7 KB command cheat sheet to help with the programing of the buttons.

Good review.
02-16-2011 05:09 PM
Rob Williams
Mad Catz Cyborg R.A.T. 7 Gaming Mouse

For the gamer looking to find a great mouse, the choices are limitless. But how often does one "feel" perfect? To cater to gamers who don't mind taking time to customize a mouse to a huge degree, Mad Catz delivers its R.A.T. series. With full ability to customize both the body and software, R.A.T. could be perfect for everyone.

You can read through Jamie's in-depth look at Mad Catz's R.A.T. 7 gaming mouse and then discuss it here!

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