Reviews and Problems with Mad Catz Cyborg R.A.T. 3
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Joseph A., Newegg
9 December 2014
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 one heck of a mouse for the price I paid for, $40 on TigerDirect. It is a solid mouse, not flimsy, and best of all it has a lot of functionality! Major upgrade from my 5 year old A4 Tech mouse which is showing signs of wear now, and it is as well a very solid mouse.
Liked it while it lasted, bad buttons in less than 3 months.
15 April 2014
Summary: This mouse wasn't bad. It was almost big enough for my large hand, it was almost as heavy as I like my mice, for that it would have had 4 stars. But the right mouse button failed in just under 3 months. I don't game nearly as much as i used to, so it seemed bizarre to me that it would fail so soon.
Sketchy drivers, twitchy movement - Windows XP install
29 December 2012
Summary: I can't seem to find a driver that properly functions with my system, I'm on windows XP professional SP3 32-bit. Mouse occasionally jitters and moves on it's own, freshest drivers from the website don't help anything - actually manufactured by Mad CatZ I believe, which if I had realized prior to...
Summary: I purchases this to use as a mouse for general use and the occasional starcraft 2. The mouse feels great and tracks well, but seems to subtly misbehave in conjunction with my Mac running OS X 10.7.3. When the mouse is plugged in, items behave as if I am dragging a depressed mouse cursor over them.
Summary: I bought this mouse because I wanted a comfortable, functional mouse that would suit my gaming and browsing needs along with going well with my new computer. I'm not going to say that this is a fantastic and a must buy, but neither am I going to relentlessly criticize it while completely...