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Cyborg R.A.T - 7 Mouse (PC)

Platform : Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows 98, Windows Me
3.9 out of 5 stars 73 customer reviews

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  • Platform:   Windows Vista / XP / 2000 / 98 / Me
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B003CP0BHM
  • Product Dimensions: 17 x 6 x 21.5 cm ; 399 g
  • Release Date: 6 Sept. 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (73 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 21,020 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)
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Product description

Product Description

Adjustability   Performance   Programability   Customized Grips

Cyborg® R.A.T. 7

Play to win with the Cyborg® R.A.T. 7 Uncompromising, unparalleled, and unmatched, the R.A.T. 7 helps you play like the pros, combining state-of-the-art technology with a jaw-dropping array of customizable features to produce the next step in the evolution of the mouse.

Perfect your grip

How do you hunt? Whether you ‘palm’ the mouse or ‘claw’ it, the Cyborg® R.A.T. can quickly and easily adapt by adjusting in length to suit your hand size and grip style. In addition, the Thumb Panel of the R.A.T. 7 moves forwards, backwards, and pivots outwards, giving you perfect positioning for effortless gaming.

 5600 DPI

Featuring a new generation ‘twin eye’ laser sensor that reads each axis separately for pinpoint accuracy, the Cyborg® R.A.T. 7 tracks up to a stunning 6 meters per second. Pro gamers who favor low sensitivity with high movement speed preferences will always experience correct tracking and precision.

 Lightweight Aluminium Chassis

Strong yet nimble, the solid metal frame forms the core of the Cyborg® R.A.T. 7 for enhanced rigidity.

 Custom Weight System

Like it light or heavy? Maybe you change the weight to suit your game? No matter, the Cyborg® R.A.T. has you covered. Five 6-gram weights can be added or subtracted in an instant, giving you the perfect weight for a perfect feel. When not in use, the weights can be safely stored in the supplied Weight Storage Container.

 Precision Aim Mode

Hit your target the first time every time. Use the Cyborg® ST Programming Software to set your desired Precision Aim speed (mouse sensitivity), then hold down the Precision Aim button to slow down mouse movement to a level that works for you. A deadly weapon that will hit your enemy where it hurts.

 5 Programmable Buttons

Combine your Programmable Buttons with 2 regular left and right mouse buttons and give yourself a total of 7 buttons available to punish your competition. Assign your choice of key gaming actions to Programmable Buttons to create your own custom profiles.

 4 Custom DPI Settings

Use the Rocker Switch to toggle between your custom DPI settings.

 3 Cyborg Modes

Toggle between three individual Cyborg® R.A.T. modes at the touch of a button. Change sensitivity or Programmable Button actions in an instant and gain immediate access to a mind-boggling 15 commands!

Interchangeable Pinkie Grips and Palm Rests

 3 Pinkie Grips / 3 Palm Rests
  • One Pinkie Grip / One Palm Rest featuring the same soft-touch finish as found on the body of the Cyborg® R.A.T.
  • One Pinkie Grip / One Palm Rest with a rubber inlay for enhanced grip.
  • One Pinkie Grip that offers a ‘wing shaped’ design, allowing you to rest your pinkie finger during play for increased grip.
  • One Palm Rest that is 4mm thicker to increase the height of the R.A.T.

 Powerful Cyborg® ST Programming Software

Change your DPI, set Precision Aim cursor sensitivity, create custom profiles for each game, and assign commands to your Programmable Buttons and Modes. Easy, quick and the power you need right on your desktop.

System Requirements: Connectivity: USB 2.0

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Top Customer Reviews

The product was well advertised, and got top reviews, which on the whole I have to say were correct. I did find some that were actually more critical, and I was expecting there may be some faults with the mouse, and some things to get used to.

My biggest grievance was in fact the price, and whilst I have had expensive mice before, I refuse to pay over about £50 for a mouse. After a bit of searching however on Amazon I did manage to find a second hand one for within this budget (just).

The product as a whole however has been outstanding. The response is excellent, and as expected with a high-end gaming mouse it has everything other mice have.

If anything the only criticism is if you are into playing RPG's and want tons of programmable buttons, it doesn't deliver. Whilst it has a few, only two are realistically usable, and the thumb scroll I have found is a pain to program anything into.

However, ultimately I bought this mouse for the comfort factor, and it has without a doubt delivered. The only issue here is that the moveable thumb grip I have found to slip in occasionally when I'm a bit too enthused about a game. This is however being really picky, as with the 'pinky' rest, and the rest of the adjustments I have found it to be the most comfortable mouse I have ever used.

The reaction times are outstanding, it did in fact take me a few days to actually get used to the increased sensitivity from the mouse, and on the whole is well worth getting!

I'm still not sure about the price tag however, whilst it is without a doubt at the top of the gaming mouse range, a friend has a Razer Mamba, and having tried out this mouse for a bit wants to get a R.A.T. 7. I'm not sure I would pay the £80-90 price tag. However if you are looking to spend that much on a mouse then it is well worth it!
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Upon receiving my Rat, I got to work customizing it instantly. I went wild and added all the coolest parts, cranked everything to extreme into Modern Warfare 2.
Something to take into account about this mouse is that it takes quite a few matches to get used to. The whole shape was very alien to me, once an owner of a cheap wireless Trust mouse, but once my hand (ironically) "adjusted" to the mouse everything was smooth, and playing with it was like gliding on clouds. The Precision Aim feature works perfectly, I keep mine at 11% sensitivity. The metal thumbscroll is a great addition, perhaps a little impractical for switching weapons in a fast-paced FPS but very good at things like increasing/decreasing brush size and grid size in image editing programs, and just scrolling web pages horizontally.
My advice to those who purchase the R.A.T. 7: 1) Don't quit, once you get used to it it's a breeze - and 2) don't go crazy with the adjustable features, the default is pretty good already; just fine-tune it.
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When I first bought this product I thought I had a faulty item as the pointer would move on the desk top of it's own accord. I sent the RAT 7 back to Amazon who were excellent in dealing with my problem. The second mouse sent by Amazon also gave the same issues. I then began to wonder if it was the make of my mouse mat, but my friend has the same mouse and mat as me so it couldn't be that. Finally I thought that it may be that the mouse is so sensitive that the vibration through my computer desk, although not much, may be causing the problem. I set up my CPU away from the computer desk and the mouse worked perfectly. This mouse is the best I've had, it feels good in the hand, and when using it during gaming. Browsing the internet feels better too. I've never written a review before but thought I should this time as I've read forums about people with similar defects with the RAT 7 and this could be related to the same problem I had. Hope you find this review helpful.
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Ok, so yeah, from the adverts it looked awesome, it does look like that in real life tho, but lets see from the other side. I'm a game designer, and obviously I love gaming. I have had this mouse for over a week, first thought that it needs time to get used to, but the further, the worse the experience is. First about build quality: there is steal base part, and the other parts are detachable and plasticky, so almost every part is wobbly, and a bit annoying. The right click button is far too wide, so you constantly accidently click on it with the right pinky. Also the same button has another issue. The click it's very easy and responsive, good for the left click, but the right click with other mouses I like to keep slightly leaning on top, but you just bearly touch it and it clicks, so all the time your right index and the right middle finger has to be fully in the air. The next and go back buttons are far too wide, so that makes it well too far from each other, that would be just fine, because you can manipulate the mouse by twisting and pushing it further or back, but there is an aim button that is quite far, so when you play a game you have to put it back, then when you go online you have to do the opposite. So it's well unpractical. Also even from the pictures you can see those 2 metal bits sticking at the back, it's well uncomfortable, doesn't feel like that rat belongs to your palm. The biggest issue with this mouse is the value for money. It seems that the mouse design is not finished, was about the half way through, and it was rushed, it was mainly based on appearance, not performance. Doesn't look like it was tested at all before release. Price tag is well sky high, would say it's worth 39.99, at most! no way it's worth that much.Read more ›
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