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Cyborg R.A.T. 3 Gaming Mouse For PC - £34.99 @ Game Shark
Cyborg R.A.T. 3 Gaming Mouse For PC - £34.99 @ Game Shark

Cyborg R.A.T. 3 Gaming Mouse For PC - £34.99 @ Game Shark

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In all honesty its not the cheapest place you can buy the mouse, but no where else seems to be offering the free Gaming Surface which is worth £12.99 on the GameShark website.

Product Features:

* 3200 DPI gaming-grade laser.
* 4 Custom DPI Settings – Use the Rocker Switch to toggle between your custom DPI settings.
* 3 Programmable Buttons – Combine your Programmable Buttons with 2 regular left and right mouse buttons and give yourself a total of 5 buttons to punish the competition. Assign your choice of key gaming actions to Programmable Buttons to create your own custom profiles.
* 3 Cyborg Modes – Toggle between three individual 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!
* Powerful ST Programming Software – Change your DPI sensitivity, create custom profiles for each game, and assign commands to your Programmable Buttons. Easy, quick and the power you need right on your desktop.

14 Comments

These any good?

Nice price OP ... got my heart set on a RAT 9 though!

Original Poster

i have actually already bought one of these and i received it yesterday.
the mouse is very responsive on the second DPI setting, it glides very smoothly over the gaming surface which is bigger then a normal mouse mat, so u don't run off the edges
i am yet to configure the buttons on it, i just plugged it in and used it last night, so i need to install the disc to set up the different functions.

edit: its also very comfortable on your hand while using it
Edited by: "Dipsy90" 8th Feb 2011

DVS_Dee

Nice price OP ... got my heart set on a RAT 9 though!



RAT 7 I can understand, why a RAT 9? You know batteries on them don't last long?

I'll stick to my Naga.
Seems like a good deal though, voted hot.

alchemistkevin

RAT 7 I can understand, why a RAT 9? You know batteries on them don't … RAT 7 I can understand, why a RAT 9? You know batteries on them don't last long?



RAT 7 gets my vote and I would love to try one out, but as a leftie I couldn't really buy one

I've got a steelseries Ikari that I've already had to return to get fixed. I only really want a decent wired mouse with buttons on the side and a scrollwheel (they're rarer than you think), I wonder if I should go for this.

montblanc

I've got a steelseries Ikari that I've already had to return to get … I've got a steelseries Ikari that I've already had to return to get fixed. I only really want a decent wired mouse with buttons on the side and a scrollwheel (they're rarer than you think), I wonder if I should go for this.



No way! Did you speak to John at Customer Support?
My Steelseries Xai broke after 11 months, but they have just replaced it under 2 year warranty.
I'm still slightly concerned as it was supposed to be a premium 'gaming grade' peripheral and I expected a £60 mouse to last a few years.

The left hand button became incredibly unresponsive.

Edited by: "MBeeching" 8th Mar 2011

Hot.

Not got any other reason that it's the ugliest mouse I've ever seen.

montblanc

I've got a steelseries Ikari that I've already had to return to get … I've got a steelseries Ikari that I've already had to return to get fixed. I only really want a decent wired mouse with buttons on the side and a scrollwheel (they're rarer than you think), I wonder if I should go for this.



Microsoft Intellimouse 3.0, I've got it. It's fantastic.

Why do you need anything other than that?

MBeeching

No way! Did you speak to John at Customer Support? :pMy Steelseries Xai … No way! Did you speak to John at Customer Support? :pMy Steelseries Xai broke after 11 months, but they have just replaced it under 2 year warranty.I'm still slightly concerned as it was supposed to be a premium 'gaming grade' peripheral and I expected a £60 mouse to last a few years.



Yeah, John W.. broke after just 5 months, it double or triple clicked every time you click. Maybe that's good in FPS games but not when you run things instead of rename them or reply to or delete emails etc etc..

Edited by: "montblanc" 8th Mar 2011

just looked at the a4tech range , they look quite good , will give them a try next time I need a mouse.

had to utube the RAT to see how it fits - youtube.com/wat…bLU

Original Poster

dcx_badass

I use an A4Tech X750-BF, cost £18, fantastic mouse, lasted me 3 years so … I use an A4Tech X750-BF, cost £18, fantastic mouse, lasted me 3 years so far, a few of my friends have them aswell, 600-2500dpi adjustable, bought a replacement as a spare for £20, that is the newer model upto 3200dpi, same shape though. Got it from Clas Ohlson. The mouse in the OP looks awful and uncomfortable to me.



I can actually assure you that this mouse is very comfortable, even though it may not look like it due to the different parts, but it fits my hand nicely, personal preference though i guess.
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