Mad Catz announces R.A.T.TE gaming mouse for the masses


rat-teEver thought of upping your gameplay when it comes to the gaming hardware that is lying in front of your computer? If you are on the lookout for a new gaming mouse, then you might want to consider what the folks over at Mad Catz have on offer – which is the Mad Catz R.A.T.TE. Just what does TE stand for? It is the Mad Catz R.A.T. Tournament Edition, which will target the competitive gaming community, offering its ultra lightweight chassis as well as a level of high speed performance.

This is a new mouse which was specially designed for the professional and competitive gaming community, and it is tipped to ship in early 2014 for both PC and Mac platforms. The Mad Catz R.A.T.TE has been specially designed to appeal to the e-sports professional, where it comes with a newly developed Phillips Doppler-laser sensor, where it comes with a reference quality tracking with speeds up to 8200 DPI.

Each feature of the R.A.T.TE has been specially engineered for mobility, performance and precision, where its weight has been reduced to decrease inertia; speed and resolution which have been radically so that it can deliver faster reaction times, alongside programmable button mapping that has been optimized for popular e-sports games. Not only that, there are customizable attributes which will include ‘Lift-Off’ height calibration and dynamic surface detection thrown into the mix to create the ideal mouse for professional gamers.

Darren Richardson, the President and Chief Executive Officer of Mad Catz, shared, “We launched our original R.A.T. line of gaming mice four years ago, and we’re pleased to continue expanding this highly successful range with the announcement of the Tournament Edition model. The R.A.T.TE is another example of our ongoing commitment to building high performance hardware for the passionate gaming community.”

Well, there were a bunch of gaming mice that has been announced at CES this year, and this is one of them. Would you pick it up for yourself?

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