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    Default MadCatz Cyborg R.A.T. 7 and M.M.O 7 Gaming Mice

    The MadCatz Cyborg R.A.T. 7 and M.M.O look unlike any other mouse on the market, and Cyborg is certainly an appropriate name. They have some great features, not the least of which is adjustability, which can be a huge benefit to anyone, so let's take a look.

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    Default Re: MadCatz Cyborg R.A.T. 7 and M.M.O 7 Gaming Mice

    Nice Review!

    I had R.A.T 5 at one point... It was ok, but the comfort for me just wasn't there.. so I returned it...
    Tons of features tho... and allot of adjustments compared to other mice... but something I would not use on a normal day to day basis..

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    Default Re: MadCatz Cyborg R.A.T. 7 and M.M.O 7 Gaming Mice

    Good review! Big thanks to Mad Catzs for providinng Pure OC with the samples!

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    Default Re: MadCatz Cyborg R.A.T. 7 and M.M.O 7 Gaming Mice

    nice review guys
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    Default Re: MadCatz Cyborg R.A.T. 7 and M.M.O 7 Gaming Mice

    Al, Great review!

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    Default Re: MadCatz Cyborg R.A.T. 7 and M.M.O 7 Gaming Mice

    I wonder how this one compared in size to the R.A.T 5 I had. The pics looks like it a tab bigger.. That would make this a better fit for those with big hands.

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    Had alot of fun doing the review. Thanks Jake for proper editing. Still using the MMO. I have large hands, could be why I like it.

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    Default Re: MadCatz Cyborg R.A.T. 7 and M.M.O 7 Gaming Mice

    Quote Originally Posted by alfredshuryan View Post
    Had alot of fun doing the review. Thanks Jake for proper editing. Still using the MMO. I have large hands, could be why I like it.
    Thanks! Glad to see someone with large hands is enjoying the mouse. I think I might have enjoyed it if I had the MMO or Rat 7 as its look to be larger then the Rat 5...
    Have you tried to do any heavy gaming with it???

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    Default Re: MadCatz Cyborg R.A.T. 7 and M.M.O 7 Gaming Mice

    Kenny. I'm not sure if Al's a gamer ? Al, when you have a chance, can you please answer Kenny's question.

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    Great review Al I use the Older Rat 7 Have it for 2 years now And I love it

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    Default Re: MadCatz Cyborg R.A.T. 7 and M.M.O 7 Gaming Mice

    Good to see another happy user of the rat 7. Maybe i did buy the wrong one that the time.. the rat 7 seems to have rate allot higher then the Rat 5..

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    No more gaming but If I did I'd jump in with both of these. I had them both plugged in and they
    were up and ready to go. IF you could keep track of all the settings running these both LOL.
    It really is comfortable in my left hand more than any mouse I've tried using lefty style.

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    The MMO 7 is amazing, a little jumpy though.

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    The first time I saw them, my first thought was, "They look like they could eat your hand!" LOL!
    It was a good review though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by realneil View Post
    The first time I saw them, my first thought was, "They look like they could eat your hand!" LOL!
    It was a good review though.
    By the looks of it, You would have to use a pretty high DPI setting not to run out of Real Estate on your mouse pad.

    Ya, It does look hungry.

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    I had the jitters with the 6400 DPI setting, too much control for an old man, LOL wanna see yourself jitter? I had the same
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