Mad Catz announces R.A.T. Pro S gaming mouse
Mad Catz Interactive, Inc. has announced the new R.A.T. Pro S gaming mouse, which is designed for tournament play. The new mouse is compatible with Windows 10 and offers high performance thanks to various innovative technologies inside. The mouse also comes with a striking new design that is inspired from the critically acclaimed R.A.T. PROX gaming mouse.
“The R.A.T. PRO S delivers a potent combination of speed, lightweight design and customizability making it the perfect gaming mice for competitive PC gamers,” said Darren Richardson, President and Chief Executive Officer of Mad Catz. “The R.A.T. PRO S together with the game changing R.A.T. PROX illustrate Mad Catz’ commitment to brand innovation in PC Gaming products through high-performance hardware designed for passionate gamers.”
The new R.A.T. Pro S gaming mouse has been designed for speed and agility and includes a high-performance 5000 dpi Pixart PMW3310 infrared optical sensor. The mouse is also very light, weighing just 77 grams (0.17 lbs), and includes PTFE feet. As any other high-end mouse, the R.A.T. Pro S gaming mouse also has on-board memory that can store up to three custom gaming profiles. This function is accompanied by Mad Catz’s free auto-profile software, which automatically switches to the gamers’ preferred profile upon detection of their chosen game. The R.A.T. Pro S gaming mouse also comes with adjustable Precision Aim, which temporarily slows the speed of the mouse to aid with aiming. In addition for the first time, the R.A.T. PRO S now allows gamers to set their own custom DPI for the button, enabling more accurate customization than ever before. Moreover, the mouse has adjustable Palm Rest that is modeled on the flagship R.A.T. PROX, and can be used to not only adjust the length of the mouse, but to also enable players to make lateral and horizontal adjustments tilting the palm rest (+/- 15%) to suit their hand size and grip style.
The new Mad Catz R.A.T. Pro S gaming mouse requires a PC with Windows 7 or newer and a USB 2.0 port. No word on pricing as of now.
Source: Mad Catz