Reviews and Problems with Mad Catz Cyborg R.A.T. 3
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Ryan D., Newegg
27 January 2015
Pros: Comfortable, precise, modular... everything you want in a gaming mouse without too many bells and whistles to get in the way. I use this to play competative LoL and other games.
Cons: The only complaint I can make is the mouse wheel and sensitivity selector. They seem to be the failing point of the mouse. I'm currently buying my 3rd or 4th Rat3 . Mice don't last forever, especially when you beat them as much as I do. But the fact that both mice failed the same way could be say...
Summary: Got mine on TigerDirect just over two years ago, maybe longer I don't remember. I got the white version with my first gaming PC. When I first got it I loved it to death, It looks cool, works, and you can change DPI on the fly.
Pros: This is a fantastic product. I know that people have been dissapointed with other Mad Catz products, but this one is an exception to that rule. The design ensures maximum comfort. I have fairly wide hands, and can't do slim mice. The buttons on the front left side are placed perfectly, and I util...
Summary: I prefer to have my palm off of my pad when but the way this mouse is made your hand rides very far back on the mouse. I picked this up on Black Friday for $30 so i'm not disappointed at all but you would have to be out of your mind to pay $79 for this mouse. Its too cheaply made.
Pros: Looks great, programmable, very accurate.
Cons: Feels ultra cheap, not very comfortable, makes my hand hurt just using the thing.
Summary: This is a good entry level gaming mouse but not for the hardcore gamer.
Pros: Programmable, Light weight, nice looking, braided cable, gold plated USB plug. There are four DPI settings you can change to easily 450, 900, 1,800, 3,500 DPI Three programmable buttons with three profiles you can switch to that gives you nine separate commands that you can quickly access. The so...
Cons: The manual isnt very good needs to be better. The software is not for hardcore gamers who want more fine tuning of the settings.
Summary: I have used this mouse since late 2009, and it has reliably served its function. I would recommend this product if you are a semi-casual gamer looking for a durable companion.
Pros: I have owned this mouse for over 4 years. It has survived through two different computer builds, and I have always been happy with it. Some of the things that have always stood out to me were: button responsiveness, excellent form factor for my hand, and durability. I used to use this with my gam...
Cons: There is a slight drift of the cursor when the mouse is sitting still, not sure if this is due to the mouse pad I use. Despite this I have never had a problem making my shot in a FPS, or misclicking, the sensitivity and accuracy of the mouse balance this con out. When my computer would wake from ...
Summary: I bought this mouse just over a year ago, and it has served me pretty well. I'm not a gamer, but I use all the programmable buttons for architecture programs (ha). It's comfortable to use, and I love the thumb rest so that it doesn't drag on the table.
Summary: I would never recommend. This mouse absolutely does freeze. Maybe not at first, or even often for a while, but eventually it will become unusable and begin freezing constantly every couple seconds. Picture of aftermath for dramatic effect.