- Model Number: CCB437030002/04/1
Cyborg R.A.T. 3 Gaming Mouse for PC and MAC (CCB437030002/04/1)
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- 3200 DPI, 4 Custom DPI Settings
- 3 Cyborg Modes
- 3 Programmable Buttons
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I saw the latest Cyborg R.A.T. 9 mouse, but I was like "Paying $150 for a mouse is stupid."
Then I thought "What does their least expensive model look like?" I bought it because it looks cool, but it works even better than it looks. First off it is a very high quality piece of kit. The construction reminds me of my RC10T radio controlled racing truck. An aluminum frame with RIM parts. The braided cord is long, flexible and looks tough. Although it looks chunky the ergonomics are excellent (I have a Masters in ergonomics). I like that one can adjust the up-down and left-right sensitivity separately. The wheel rolls nicely with little detents that make changing weapons in games much more positive. One bump and you have the next gun, no more back and forth until you land on the one you wanted. Adjusting the dpi of the mouse on the fly is very useful. I set it to 2400 dpi (800,1200,2400,3600) and slow down the mouse response slider in Windows and games. It is highly responsive without being twitchy. I can check doorways and corners in Call of Duty really quickly. If you like, one can speed up the response for running around and slow it down for aiming. I don't bother to do that. Where I find it really useful is in PhotoShop. When I want to do fine detail I lower the mouse dpi with the toggle switch behind the wheel. I especially like the thumb-rest 'wing' on the left side. It keeps your thumb from dragging on the mouse pad. The position of the two thumb buttons is perfect. I don't really find the programmable button useful. I would always start a game in Windows mode and find things were not working properly, so I set it to default and forget it. If you play a game with lots of inputs you may have a use for that feature.Read more ›
The overall feel of this mouse is great. The texture is perfect, a little soft and really keeps it from feeling sweaty and gross even after long gaming sessions.
The slide is very smooth, especially on a gaming surface type mousepad.
Overall, I loved this mouse. I just decided to upgrade to one of the higher models with more buttons.
Just remember to blow the dust out of the lens from time to time and you should be fine and dandy.
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 purchasing I wouldn't have done so - this company's hardware has always been B-Grade.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
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. Read morePublished on April 15, 2014 by Adskii
I purchased 2 of these interesting looking mice.
1. Not only was the software very limiting (cannot change polling rate, random resets on dpi, profiles dont save... Read more
This mouse was literally the laughing stock of my gaming friends, it was big and bulky and a little ugly. Though it is like that, it still was a really good mouse. Read morePublished on August 30, 2013 by Goozey
I have had this mouse for over two years and its still working great
1. Great feel, this mouse may look like a transformer with its jagged edges but it does... Read more
The concept is good but this thing is such a pain to program. I give up fiddeling around with it. It was a total waste of time fiddeling around with it. Read morePublished on April 24, 2013 by james