Summary: I had this mouse for a bit now and it is a really good one. Came super fast and in a perfect condition. The only small issue I had is when you (for the first time)have your hand on it for a bit you would put a little weight on the bottom and the front of the mouse would lift for like a millimeter and the cursor lag a bit because the sensor is not 100% touching the pad. But, just another hand position would fix the problem perfectly.
Pros: -Feels very sturdy., -Kind of a ruberized coating - Which is feeling super good., -Very good looking., -Nice features.
Summary: This is my first gaming mouse wasn't a fan of my friends cyborg mouse but after using multiple $20 cheap-o's I decided to give this another go. And I am glad i did, lots of options and tweaks you can do to it. Only downside is that it can take awhile to get adjusted to your likings.
Pros: very adjustable, profiles available for games
Cons: takes time to get adjusted correctly for your needs
Summary: OK, I play MMORPG's and this mouse is comfortable for hours on end. Not laggy and a breeze to install (plug and play!). I recommend this mouse, it just feels good in the hand. It would have gotten 5 stars, except for the price is a bit high for not coming with a pad (like the albino) or without any programmable buttons.
Summary: This would be a good mouse if it lasted. May have had a defective unit, and I had it replaced with a diff. mouse as they were out of stock. Love how you can change the extension on the mouse to suit your grip style. It also has a great clicking feel and what else can I say. Great product. Minus one star for busting.
Be sure to set Windows mouse sensitivity correctly
13 June 2011
Summary: I had problems with the mouse pointer skipping around especially at low speeds (also reported by other buyers) until I changed the windows mouse settings to their defaults: in the Windows control panel set the windows mouse sensitivity setting at it's midpoint between slow and fast and turn off Enhance Pointer Precision. Now it tracks beautifully - smoother than the MX Revolution that I had previously, and slightly more comfortable.
Summary: I really like this mouse. It is very versatile and adjustable with various settings. The adjustability of the mouse itself to fit your hand is great. It is a bit flatter than I am used to, but I'll get used to it. The big flaw of this wireless mouse is the fact that you can't plug the mouse in to charge the baterry. I really like the 2 baterries that come with it so you can keep going wireless while gaming.
Summary: The RAT7 nearly makes it as a gaming mouse. It has comfort,customization and all the bells and whistles. Unfortunately it falls flat on its face with tracking, even on the Cyborg V.3 Gaming Surface I purchased to go with it. The mouse will sometimes 'stick' and refuse to track further across one axis, this has varied depending on the surface the mouse is used on, but it still occurs on ALL surfaces to some extent. This one problem drags down an otherwise suberp product.
Summary: If there is one accessory I don't mind spending the money on it is my mouse. I used to be a Logitech only guy, until I switched to the Razer Lachesis and most recently, the Razer Mamba, all of which have been great mice throughout the years. (I still use my Lachesis at work after 4 years of heavy heavy use) Anyway, I took a chance with the Cyborg Rat9....and I am glad I did.
Summary: I recently purchased the RAT 9, and so far I have been loving it. As far as build quality goes, it's top-notch. It's got a metal frame and has a good weight to it. All of the other parts have a very good feel to them and appear well-crafted. In fact, you might want to be aware that this mouse is actually quite heavy as far as a mouse goes, even without the extra weights in them. This isn't necessarily a bad thing, just depends on your taste.