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Mad Catz Titanfall R.A.T.3 Gaming Mouse for PC and Mac

  • USB Wired
  • 3500 DPI optical sensor
  • 3 programmable macro buttons

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Skillfully control Titans and Pilots throughout the Frontier with Mad Catz officially licensed Titanfall R.A.T. Gaming Mouse. Boasting a distinct Titanfall complexion, cutting-edge form factor, and a host of programmable action buttons, the R.A.T. helps you stay one step ahead of the opposition. Used in conjunction with the Titanfall G.L.I.D.E. Gaming Surface and the Titanfall S.T.R.I.K.E. Gaming Keyboard, you'll have all the equipment to play Titanfall at your very best.

Gaming-grade 3500 DPI Optical Sensor

Featuring a precise, gaming-grade optical sensor with utmost accuracy, the Titanfall R.A.T. is truly ahead of the game.


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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 1 year
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  • Joseph A.
  • 12/9/2014 1:24:52 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsMeh

Pros: Looks great, programmable, very accurate.

Cons: Feels ultra cheap, not very comfortable, makes my hand hurt just using the thing.

Other Thoughts: I prefer to have my palm off of my pad when but the way this mouse is made your hand rides very far back on the mouse. I picked this up on Black Friday for $30 so i'm not disappointed at all but you would have to be out of your mind to pay $79 for this mouse. Its too cheaply made. Spend just as much and get something with a few more bells and whistles.

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4 out of 5 eggsGood mouse

Pros: Programmable, Light weight, nice looking, braided cable, gold plated USB plug. There are four DPI settings you can change to easily 450, 900, 1,800, 3,500 DPI

Three programmable buttons with three profiles you can switch to that gives you nine separate commands that you can quickly access. The software has a nice interface where you can set up your button profiles

Great buy from the Mad Catz online store at $29.99!

Cons: The manual isnt very good needs to be better. The software is not for hardcore gamers who want more fine tuning of the settings.

Other Thoughts: This is a good entry level gaming mouse but not for the hardcore gamer.

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  • olivier f.
  • 5/16/2014 1:36:31 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggs

Pros: it looks nice and it fits in my hand

Cons: it feels realy cheap like it can break at any time ... realy for its price i think it feels too cheap

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  • Johan C.
  • 3/24/2014 3:14:36 PM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

4 out of 5 eggsRead this as well(Clarification)

Pros: "Has one of the best sensors in the market right now(ADNS 3090).
Has a really good shape for a fingertip user like me. Works with pretty much every hand grip style though.
The shape is customizable as the back portion can be pulled back but to do this a screw has to be taken off.
Has great switch feedback.
Great weight balance: Light-weight which is great for gamers that utilize a hand grip style that lifts the mouse while gaming.
I love the shape although you may not. I use the fingertip grip and most of the existing fingertip mice are too narrow for me. I wanted a mouse that was a bit wider but wasn't long. This shape works perfectly for me.
Great button placement.
Looks great!"

Cons: .Quality: generally cyborg mice aren't built extremely well but it is decent imho. One of the side buttons has become less responsive and needs a lot of force to push.
"Mouse feet: They are thin and wear out very fast.
Price: This mouse is really expensive.
Braid: The braided cables braid is too tight and the braid splits over time(happens to most braided cables). But the cable in itself is fine."

Other Thoughts: To add to my existing review I just wanted to mention that when I was talking about high dpi sensors, I was referring to the majority of high dpi LAZER sensors out there. There are many near flawless OPTICAL sensors out there and many have high dpi. Just wanted to make this clear :).

"The sensor in the rat 3 is excellent and is nearly flawless. It trumps the majority of the sensors out there that has higher dpi(btw higher dpi does not equal a bettor sensor, most high dpi sensors on the market now have a host of issues especially the philips twin eye sensor...z-axis issue, high lod, erratic x axis tracking, jitter etc...whereas other high dpi lazer sensors have acceleration) .
My review is based on my standard R.A.T 3 which is the exact same mouse but without the Titanfall paint job.
Conclusion: Finding a good fingertip mouse in a market dominated by palm grip mice is a chore but after trying out a host of different mice, the RAT 3 is my mouse of choice at the moment. Some fingertip grip users may not like this shape as it is wider than most narrow finger tip mice."

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  • Johan C.
  • 3/12/2014 9:48:10 AM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

4 out of 5 eggsBuy This :P

Pros: Has one of the best sensors in the market right now(ADNS 3090).
Has a really good shape for a fingertip user like me. Works with pretty much every hand grip style though.
The shape is customizable as the back portion can be pulled back but to do this a screw has to be taken off.
Has great switch feedback.
Great weight balance: Light-weight which is great for gamers that utilize a hand grip style that lifts the mouse while gaming.
I love the shape although you may not. I use the fingertip grip and most of the existing fingertip mice are too narrow for me. I wanted a mouse that was a bit wider but wasn't long. This shape works perfectly for me.
Great button placement.
Looks great!

Cons: Quality: generally cyborg mice aren't built extremely well but it is decent imho. One of the side buttons has become less responsive and needs a lot of force to push.
Mouse feet: They are thin and wear out very fast.
Price: This mouse is really expensive.
Braid: The braided cables braid is too tight and the braid splits over time(happens to most braided cables). But the cable in itself is fine.

Other Thoughts: The sensor in the rat 3 is excellent and is nearly flawless. It trumps the majority of the sensors out there that has higher dpi(btw higher dpi does not equal a bettor sensor, most high dpi sensors on the market now have a host of issues especially the philips twin eye sensor...z-axis issue, high lod, erratic x axis tracking, jitter etc...whereas other high dpi lazer sensors have acceleration) .
My review is based on my standard R.A.T 3 which is the exact same mouse but without the Titanfall paint job.
Conclusion: Finding a good fingertip mouse in a market dominated by palm grip mice is a chore but after trying out a host of different mice, the RAT 3 is my mouse of choice at the moment. Some fingertip grip users may not like this shape as it is wider than most narrow finger tip mice.

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1 out of 5 eggsDon't buy this

Pros: NA

Cons: NA

Other Thoughts: Ok so I have the rat 7 and it's a nice mouse. I'm sure that this mouse isn't bad either. But $80 for this thing is outrageous! I got my 7 for for less than that and it's adjustable in multiple ways, 5600 dpi twin laser sensor and it looks cool. This is over priced all because titanfall is stamped on it. I'm sure it's not a bad mouse but for the price, forget it. If it drops down to like 35, then maybe.

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