In this review, I will discuss the gaming mouse from Mad Catz, Cyborg R.A.T. Albino. The Cyborg R.A.T is a direct sequel to last year’s Cyborg R.A.T 7, a gaming mouse which allowed gamers to customize their gaming experience through changing weight, DPI, thumb grip and over all grip. There are several gaming mice in the market, which in the end are all same in nature, but the Cyborg R.A.T promises new innovations. Read on the review to find out more about the mouse.
To kick start my review, I will discuss the features of the mouse. After the successful R.A.T 7, Mad Catz brings us its new edition which the company calls it the R.A.T Albino. This mouse is actually quite similar to the it’s predecessor but with some new tweaks which are both notable and desirable. One of the first major changes you will notice is that the mouse now comes in a matt finish which is White. But that isn’t all; Mad Catz has gone far and changed some stuff in the internal hardware as well as its software. The Albino features a DPI of 6400, while the R.A.T 7 had 5600DPI. This many not mean anything to the casual gamers, but for all those hardcore of you, this makes a huge difference. Hardcore gamers can now alter their sensitive to a more desirable taste.
Moving further down the review, the mouse is packaged with software, which lets anyone managed how sensitive the mouse is. The management software is now also compatible with Mac, so anyone having a Mac can now fully enjoy the benefits of getting this mouse. Using the software, you can allocate five additional macros to the mouse, which can help you in either FPS games or RPGs.
To finish off my review, the new R.A.T Cyborg mouse from Mad Catz retains the same great performance from its predecessor. If you are anyone who already owns the previous mouse, this one offers plenty of new features to upgrade. The Albino ships for $99.99.