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Compared to less than 5 years ago the market is now filled with countless gaming mice from many different manufacturers offering lightning fast speeds coupled with many buttons, special glow effects and in some cases even weight systems. However if you take most of those gaming mice and place then right next to each other you will see that all of them follow the same design lines and share similar features and specifications. However the good thing with the electronics/PC industry is that there are always some manufacturers who do their best to make a difference and that seems to be the case with Cyborg/Mad Catz and their quite impressive and innovative R.A.T line of gaming mice.
Mad Catz is a leading global provider of innovative products for the interactive entertainment industry. Mad Catz develops and markets accessories for videogame systems and PCs under its Mad Catz (casual gaming), Saitek (simulation), Cyborg (pro gaming), Eclipse (home and office) and TRITTON (gaming audio) brands. Mad Catz also operates e-commerce and content websites for videogame and PC products under its GameShark brand, develops, manufactures and markets proprietary earphones under its AirDrives brand and publishes and distributes video/PC games. Mad Catz distributes its products through most of the leading retailers offering interactive entertainment products and has offices in North America, Europe and Asia.
With us today we have the latest M.M.O.7, a slightly modified variant of the original R.A.T.7 gaming mouse which i had the chance to test roughly a year ago. So just like the original R.A.T.7 the M.M.O.7 features the same twin eye laser sensor, the same aluminum (and quite weird looking) frame, the same adjustable parts (length), the same weight system and the same extra/replaceable parts. However unlike its predecessor the M.M.O.7 comes outfitted with a total of 13 fully programmable buttons (which is what really makes it ideal for MMO players) and multiple LED lighting effects. All that's left is to see whether or not the extra buttons hinder the performance/grip of the new M.M.O.7 gaming mouse by Cyborg.