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Mad Catz M.M.O. 7 MCB437130002/04/1 Matte Black 15 Buttons 1 x Wheel USB 2.0 Wired Laser 6400 dpi Gaming Mouse for PC and Mac

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Mad Catz M.M.O. 7 Gaming Mouse for PC and Mac

Create Your Perfect Gaming Interface

Level up your gaming hardware with the Mad Catz M.M.O. 7 Gaming Mouse. Mad Catz took all of the standout features and technology from the world's most adjustable gaming mouse--the FPS-revolutionizing R.A.T.--and then enhanced control and comfort to create the ultimate weapon for MMO gamers. Whether you play World of Warcraft, Guild Wars 2 EVE Online, The Lord of the Rings Online, Star Wars: The Old Republic, or RIFT, the Mad Catz M.M.O. 7 delivers powerful macros and programmability to support any MMO.


Assign 90 Programmable Commands for ANY Game

15 programmable buttons team up with a 3-position mode switch and a 2-position shift button to forge 90 user-definable in-game commands. Combine the programmable buttons with standard left and right mouse buttons and it all adds up to 17 buttons with which you can punish your competition.

Mad Catz M.M.O. 7 Gaming Mouse - Unique 5D Button Enables 5 Commands with a Single Control

Unique 5D Button Enables 5 Commands with a Single Control

Use the 5D Button to click up and down, left and right, and press in. Gain the competitive advantage by always knowing exactly where each and every mouse button resides--without the hassles of training aids or the need to actually look at the mouse to locate a feature. Perfect positioning under your thumb provides lightning-fast access to your most important gaming commands. Mimicking the size and shape of the Precision Aim button found on its rodent brethren, R.A.T. owners will feel right at home.


Mad Catz M.M.O. 7 Gaming Mouse - Intuitive World of Warcraft Plug-in

Intuitive World of Warcraft Plug-in

The talented developers at Mad Catz have crafted an add-on that enables you to drag and drop spells, inventory items and macros directly to the buttons of the mouse. No more lengthy setup--just jump in and quickly create the perfect configuration without the need to change any of your existing action bar settings.


Powerful Mad Catz Programming Software

Powerful Mad Catz Programming Software

Mad Catz' proprietary programming software gives you total control over the M.M.O. 7 Gaming Mouse's unique features. Adjust macros and set key bindings, tweak cursor sensitivity, create custom profiles for each game, and assign commands to your programmable buttons and modes. Easy, quick, and the all power you need right on your computer.


Mad Catz M.M.O. 7 Gaming Mouse - Fully Adjustable RGB Backlighting

Fully Adjustable RGB Backlighting

Choose one of 16 million RGB colors to backlight the left and right mouse buttons. Whether you want an added touch of lighting to your rig, or indication of ActionLock button status, the included programming software allows you to adjust the backlighting to suit your preference.


Mad Catz M.M.O. 7 Gaming Mouse - Dual ActionLock Buttons Enable Fatigue-Free Gaming

Dual ActionLock Buttons Enable Fatigue-free Gaming

When you're several hours into a raid and your fingers start to feel the effects, a single click of an ActionLock button delivers much-needed relief. Each ActionLock button gives constant input to the main left or right mouse buttons when locked. Activate one for fatigue-free camera movement and character control, or unlock it to resume obliterating your foes as normal.


Mad Catz M.M.O. 7 Gaming Mouse - Perfect Your Grip for Extended Gaming Sessions

Perfect Your Grip for Extended Gaming Sessions

How do you hunt? Whether you 'palm' the mouse or 'claw' it, the Mad Catz M.M.O. 7 Gaming Mouse can quickly and easily adapt by adjusting in length to suit your hand size and grip style. In addition, the Thumb Panel moves forwards and backwards to provide a comfortable platform from which all thumb buttons are easily accessible.


Mad Catz M.M.O. 7 Gaming Mouse - True 6400 DPI 'Twin-Eye' Laser Sensor with 4 Custom Settings

True 6400 DPI 'Twin-Eye' Laser Sensor with 4 Custom Settings

The Mad Catz M.M.O. 7 Gaming Mouse's new-generation 'twin-eye' laser sensor reads each axis separately and tracks up to a stunning six meters per second with pinpoint accuracy. Pro gamers who prefer low sensitivity with high movement speed will always experience correct tracking and precision. Four user-definable DPI settings range from 25 to 6400 and the DPI button lets you easily cycle through your custom settings.

Custom Weight System

Like it light or heavy? Maybe you change the weight to suit your game? No matter, the Mad Catz M.M.O. 7 Gaming Mouse has you covered. Add or subtract one of the five 6-gram weights in an instant to give yourself the perfect weight for a perfect feel.


Mad Catz M.M.O. 7 Gaming Mouse - Interchangeable Pinkie Grips and Palm Rests

Interchangeable Pinkie Grips and Palm Rests

    3 Pinkie Grips/3 Palm Rests:
  • One Pinkie Grip/One Palm Rest featuring the same soft-touch finish as found on the body of the Mad Catz M.M.O. 7.
  • One Pinkie Grip/One Palm Rest with a rubber inlay for enhanced grip.
  • One Pinkie Grip with a 'wing shaped' design which allows you to rest your pinkie finger during play for increased comfort.
  • One Palm Rest that is 4mm thicker to increase the height of the mouse.

Product Includes:
  • Mad Catz M.M.O. 7 Gaming Mouse
  • 5x Removable 6g Weights
  • 2x Extra Palm Rests
  • 2x Extra Pinkie Rests
Product Specifications:
  • USB 2.0 Connectivity
  • Works with 64-bit & 32-bit Windows® 8, 7, Vista, XP, Mac OS X 10.6.6 or later (requires Intel processor for Mac)
  • Requires internet connection for driver download
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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 2 years
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 2 years


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  • Joe A.
  • 12/12/2014 1:54:11 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

2 out of 5 eggsAfter 5 defective mice, I'm done with Cyborg.

Pros: Over the past 3 years I have owned 5 separate MMO 7 mice. The innovation is probably the best out there, seriously a hat switch and a side scroll wheel plus a sniper mode and click locking buttons all in the same mouse, I don't see how anyone could make that any better.

The placement of the buttons is intuitive, you know where each one is and don't have to guess if you're on the right row and column like a numpad mouse.

Cons: The quality is on par with a $10 travel mouse, the first 3 I owned never lasted more than 4 months.

I opened a couple of mine up and found most of the plastic parts were flash melted together instead of using modular replaceable, screw-in parts. The casing is made of aluminum and a solid plastic but the buttons are very brittle and held together by very thin plastic strips. There's also the tell-tale "Made in China" sticker on the bottom.

Other Thoughts: The first mouse I bought back in April 2012 was shipped with a defective mode button and was RMA'd the same day.

The second mouse I received in June 2012 with another defect. Upon double clicking, the mouse pointer would shift a few pixels, this effectively forced me to double click things 3-5 times before it would register a proper double click and not a click and drag.

The third mouse lasted a few months but had to be RMA'd in October 2012 due to the back button, button 4, acting erratically. Sometimes it would not activate when clicked, other times it would register 3 or more clicks when pressed once.

The fourth mouse finally lasted more than a couple months but it had also developed the most defects over time and had to be RMA'd. So it was sent back in July 2013 due to the following issues, the main scroll wheel would scroll backwards about half the distance it was scrolled forward when it was scrolled, button 1 would double or triple click upon pressing, the thumb scroll wheel was doing the same thing the main scroll wheel was doing and would also get stuck in position requiring some effort to get it to move, and the pinky shift button lost it tactility so I never knew when it was depressed or not.

The fifth mouse lasted the longest, 14 months, still noticeable shy of the 2-year warranty, or so I thought. The forward button, button 3, fell out one day while in use. I suspect it was shipped defective because it never had a the tactile click the other buttons have but it did work and considering all that I've been through with the previous 4 mice I let it slide. When I tried to RMA the fifth mouse I was told it no longer had a warranty and therefore could not be RMA'd because Cyborg decided that the warranty for the 5th mouse started at the time I received the 4th mouse and I was now 3 days past the 2-year warranty after adding the time I owned mouse 4 and 5 together.

Side note: They will also charge you the shipping to send them the mouse, it's $12 from California via ground mail.


I still love the design of the mouse but due to the quality of the parts just not living up to its $130 price tag and never lasting past the length of its 2-year warranty, it's not worth it. Also their warranty service is devious. I have never heard of any company applying the warranty of one product to another replacement product. Even refurbished products I've received as replacements had their own warranties, albeit much shorter ones than the new products but still they had their own independent warranty. I plan to go back to Logitech with whom I had previous success with mice lasting 6 years or more.

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  • Austin A.
  • 12/1/2014 8:16:21 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

3 out of 5 eggsNot Good, Not Bad.. Just OK

Pros: Lots of buttons for MMO's, it looks good siting on your desk (you can even download a mod to color morph through colors)

Cons: Though this mouse has alot of buttons they get in the way of each other, and if your playing ANYTHING other than an MMO forget it! i found it hard just picking the mouse up to move it because i usually ended up hitting a button (and i have smaller hands)
ALSO, this mouse is uncomfortable for me, after long sessions my hand starts hurting, (especially when you do alot of clicking in MOBA's)

Other Thoughts: Dont listen to everyone who cries about the Action Lock buttons, you can disable them in the software

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  • Gregory J.
  • 9/8/2014 7:00:13 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

1 out of 5 eggsNever again

Pros: Looks cool

Cons: Worked 2 years and 1 week, average user
Pinkie button too sensitive
Weight of palm of hand activates
Can't use Diablo 3 profiles

Other Thoughts: Won't buy another, not worth the price. Cheap Logitech better for gaming.

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  • Quitin H.
  • 3/17/2014 3:14:58 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsResponds well

Pros: Responds very well, solid build. cool lights, saves settings. macro system works, looks cool.

Cons: Little to wide. nothing with the mouse. broke a bone in my hand that was never set just below my pinky. can't use the left side buttons & if I spend to much time with it pain will soon take over... little to wide for me.

Other Thoughts: If they made a smiler build of this I would be the first to buy it.

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  • Sean H.
  • 3/17/2014 9:26:39 AM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

1 out of 5 eggsGot double clicking problem after a year and a half

Pros: Great ergonomics, software is easy to use

Cons: I got the single click to double-clicking problem after a year. It's very irritating and shows poor manufacturing quality.

Other Thoughts: I like the mouse so much I'd *almost* consider it a yearly throw-away. Almost. Look elsewhere if you want reliability.

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  • Daniel D.
  • 1/12/2014 3:14:38 PM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

4 out of 5 eggsAwesome but fragile

Pros: I bought this mouse July of 2012 and it is the best mouse I've ever had in terms of functionality. If you're a hardcore gamer this will definitely give you the edge in any genre of game. The software lets you program all the keys to whatever game or program shortcuts you need, and the custom DPI setting lets you choose your sensitivity. The weights allow you to adjust how it handles and the interchangeable grips helps it fit to your hand.

Cons: This things has cons? Unfortunately, it's fragile
The first thing to start going was the cable. it holds together well since it's made of some kind of woven fabric, but the wire inside seemed to have lost connection and over the course of a few weeks eventually stopped working altogether.
Second was the thumb rest with the programmable buttons. If it had been made of some kind of metal it probably would have lasted, but the two small sections of plastic holding it to the mouse eventually snapped leaving the whole thing dangling from the side of the mouse.

Other Thoughts: So overall awesome piece of equipment, but if you're a gamer with fast reflexes and quick movements, you're going to wear this thing out if you're not careful. I recommend buying, but don't grip too hard or jerk it around a lot.

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  • Daniel J.
  • 9/20/2013 5:27:57 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

2 out of 5 eggsFits perfectly but...

Pros: Hands down best ergo gaming mouse. It absolutely makes me game better.

Cons: Delicate. I already went through the rma PROCESS and my second mmo7 has signs of failure.
I'd bought one for my wife before my first failed and within 5 months, her's had the same thumb-side button problems. It's in a box to be sent back now.

Other Thoughts: I love the overall design but it's simply not sturdy enough. Very disappointing.

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  • Loren B.
  • 9/2/2013 1:07:29 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsGreat Mouse

Pros: I don't understand most of the complaints people are having. This is a great mouse. The amount of buttons on this model is just what I was looking for. Other mice like the Razer Naga, just have way too many and doesn't match my play style.

Cons: The action lock buttons were very annoying, but I got use to them after a while. I ended up using the updater tool to disable them.

Other Thoughts: I use this mouse with the Razer Nostromo. Any other Gaming Keypad would compliment this mouse just fine. At the time I purchased it, they only had this ugly orange and black color. I would have preferred the all black model. If this thing ever breaks, I'll be buying that one for sure.

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  • Michael E.
  • 8/15/2013 7:30:47 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

5 out of 5 eggs*Perfect

Pros: Comfortable, versatile, sensible

Cons: In my opinion it wouldn't even be tolerable without the additional software

Other Thoughts: So I never write reviews but in this instance I feel that I have to. This mouse is just too good to have a rating as low as it is.

I've had this mouse for quite a while now having upgraded from the RAT7. I absolutely adore this mouse and it's actually not because of its "customization options", it's because the number of buttons as well as their placement. I personally like to have a large number of buttons which I can individually macro for options like gaming, moving between tabs or forward/back on webpages, undo/redo in word, volume control, the list goes on. The problem is that I didn't want something like the Razer Naga which puts all of the buttons in one giant cluster like that. The buttons on this mouse are nicely spread out but always easy to press.

I will admit a few things:
1.The optical laser honestly used to annoy me because it is so sensitive a piece of dust would just cause it to randomly stop working so I'd need to pick it up and set it back down. A problem I would not have ever expected of a "gaming" type mouse. Thankfully though this actually isn't really a problem anymore. Whereas I used to maybe have to do it every other day, now it maybe happens once a month (could be age, could be a firmware update I missed noticing when I reformatted, who knows, but it does work much better now)
2. I was also initially skeptical about some of the buttons durability but thankfully that has proven completely unfounded. Not only do they all still work, but even their tactility has remained the same.
3. Admittedly the 5-directional pad button does take a bit to get used to (especially for gaming) but now that I have, I don't know what I would do without it.
4. The profile software that comes with the mouse for setting up macros - meh, I've honestly seen better and a couple features seem to be missing. But... thankfully someone else has already addressed this issue. And using a program called Cyborg Auto-Profiler it now does everything I want (which is mainly being able to automatically switch between profiles based on what application I'm in, a feature I found desperately lacking before)

That's the second reason I'm writing this review, I don't think enough people are aware of that particular third party software and how much better it really does make the mouse. I realize not everyone has the same dislikes about the mouse, but I just believe that if software is something people are having an issue with, then if maybe more people knew about that software, then they would possibly give it better reviews and the mouse the attention it deserves. Thus the asterisk in my review title, because to me it makes all the difference between being a 3-star mouse to a perfect 5-star (or eggs, whatever)

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  • chris a.
  • 7/4/2013 1:33:27 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsDont buy if you liked your RAT7

Pros: Look cool, Has a ton of promise over the RAT7 I own.

Cons: Zero quality. First two I got had major scroll wheel drag, Third one drag was tolerable and now only a few months of casual use less than 4 hrs/day. The scroll wheel will now scroll up at random on its own or even when your scrolling down... Combine with the left and right click buttons going out for everyone (as did my rat7) in less than a year. Its just not worth owning.

Other Thoughts: Hard to believe i still have my old ps/2 mouse i used to play StarCraft Broodwar on and it still works fine.... used that mouse every day all day for 3 years all the clicks still work..... Simply put madcats is selling a mouse that is about 15$ in actual value and charging you over 100$ Shame on you madcats good luck to you tho i'm sure your company will continue to grow and prosper lol.

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