RAT4 Madcatz 5000dpi Optical Wired Gaming Mouse with Omron switches
Built to withstand
The RAT range is built for endurance, using materials and components specified to meet the demands. RAT 4 is constructed around a super lightweight chassis, ensuring the sensor position is perfectly balanced for tracking on your gaming surface. It also provides the rigid foundation for the rest of the control modules.
Ultra-reliable OMRON switches with an industry leading life of 20 million clicks ensure that even the highest Actions Per Minute (APM) gamers will never miss an attack.
Dynamic ergonomics - customize your rat to enhance your playing style
All gamers are different. The RATs are precision engineered, making key parts of the product adjustable, to enhance and improve your playing style. RAT 4 has an adjustable palm rest. So, whether your grip is palm, claw or finger-tip, the RAT 4 can quickly adapt by adjusting in length to suit you.
3 lighting zones casts a distinct glow via powerful red LEDs. Features 5000 DPI Optical Sensor
Armed with the respected tournament favourite Pixart PMW 3310 optical sensor, the RAT 4 is capable of withstanding high movement speeds of up to 130 inches per second and 30G of acceleration. This is crucial for ensuring that all snap shot reflexes and fast tracking movements are lag free.
• Sensor: Pixart PMW3310
• DPI Range: UP TO 5000
• USB Report Rate: 125, 250, 500 OR 1000Hz
• Tracking Speed: UP TO 3.3M/S / 130”/S
• Acceleration: 30G
• Frame Rate: 6,500
• Left and Right Mouse Button: Up To 20m Clicks
• Programmable Buttons: 9
• Weight: 90G without Cable
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Date Issued: 29th Jul 2009
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