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Tons of buttons.
Lots of programmable features.
ActionLock feature can be useful in games.
Customizable ergonomic qualities.
Native 5600 DPI sensor.
Soft matte black coating.
Precision aim and thumb scroll.
Independent X & Y axis tracking.
Expensive for a wired mouse.
Buttons feel randomly placed compared to number pads or basic thumb button clusters.
Easy to accidentally hit ActionLock when clicking.
Heavy regardless of weight set up.
TwinEye laser tracking has quirks.
No frictionless-scrolling option.
Small PTFE feet feel slightly clingy.
Button/macro profiles are not stored on the mouse.
Not suitable for lefthanded users.
By PCWorld New Zealand on July 07, 2012
Not one person who looked at the Cyborg R.A.T. 7 gaming mouse while it was in my possession did so without making some kind of exclamation or comparison. There were expletives, comparisons to the Batmobile, and those who called it a Transformer. All...
By PC Mag on February 28, 2012
The Mad Catz Cyborg M.M.O. 7 gaming mouse has tons of buttons and programmable features, but they tend to get in the way of each other....
By Techgage on February 16, 2011
I've said it earlier, but I'll say it again here - this is the most unique mouse in both style and customization available on the market to date. There's a good chance you've already made up your mind as to whether or not you want one -...
By CNET Australia on January 31, 2011
Cyborg's R.A.T. 7 is craziness embodied, and we love it. Customisable to the teeth, it's only let down by a slightly unpolished software suite. It is an otherwise fantastic mouse; its unique features ensuring that it earns our...
By Expert Reviews on January 16, 2011
An eye-catching mouse with plenty of customisation options, but it’s expensive and we found its design a little gimmicky...
By Kitguru.net on January 13, 2011
The R.A.T. 7 is certainly a superior product, but the extra price has to be factored into the buying decision. Many people will never (or can’t) spend close to £80 on a mouse so for less than half the price you can get the entry level model with the...
By Bit-tech.net on October 31, 2010
The R.A.T. series of mice has raised a few eyebrows with its odd shape, but it wasn’t until we saw the R.A.T. 7 – the most extravagant of the range – that we understood why it looks so odd. The surface is split into four areas, with...
By The Tech Report on October 06, 2010
When I find something that fits just right, I tend to stick with it. With running shoes, it's New Balance's 1060, whose model number has reliably ticked up once a year since I started wearing them. After five years, I'm now onto the 1064....
By TechRadar on August 31, 2010
The first Cyborg mouse we looked at, over two years ago, was quite well received despite the irrelevance of the motorised adjustable length. Despite this pointless gimmick it was a functional, multi-buttoned rodent, though not in the same class as the...
By Xtreme CPU on August 18, 2010
Nothing completes a badass system more than the Cyborg R.A.T. 7 gaming mouse. This piece of hardware is not a gimick even in the slightest sense. Some gamers may not like the looks of this futuristic mouse, but its versatility and high quality...
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