Cyborg's high-end R.A.T. 9 gaming mouse and G.L.I.D.E. mouse pad are being shown off in Cologne, Germany, during this week's Gamescom convention.
Mad Catz' Cyborg R.A.T. 9 wireless gaming mouse features 2.4Ghz wireless technology with less than a millisecond of lag, two lithium-ion rechargeable battery packs, 42 grams of removable weights and a charging stand that can power-up the spare battery and hold the weights.
Gamers can individually set the x-axis and y-axis DPI of the R.A.T. 9's 5600DPI gaming-grade laser sensor and store four individual DPI settings, which can be instantly recalled via an integrated toggle switch.
The house also includes a precision aim mode which allows gamers to hold down a button and temporarily slow down cursor movement, steadying the aim. The mouse's five programmable buttons combined with a three-position mode switch allows for a total of up to 15 user definable commands to be available to the gamer at any one time. Cyborg Smart Technology software included in pack allows gamers to remap programmable buttons and create custom macros. The R.A.T. 9 is compatible with Windows 7, Vista and XP and sells for $US129.99, £119.99, €129.99.
Mad Catz is also showing off their new G.L.I.D.E. mouse pad at this week's show.
The G.L.I.D.E. 7 is 19.7 inches x 15.7 inches and made of "a low-friction synthetic fabric ensuring smooth and accurate mouse control at all times".
I get the desire for friction-free gaming, but how do you come out with seven iterations of a mouse pad?