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post #11 of 65
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Originally Posted by kyotkyotkyot View Post

Curious if other sensors can swap in like the proX. One would think but..

Well there's this:
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Originally Posted by Mad Catz 
One Platform, Many Options


Future R.A.T. 1 options such as new sensor modules, new color options and 3D modeling files will enable you to continue to update and customize your R.A.T.
post #12 of 65
Wonder if it glides right when you're using just the sensor module alone. If so, it might actually be a little bit interesting.
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post #13 of 65
doubt it.
the images show a thin sliver of black feet on front parts of the shell.
of course you can probably stick on feet onto the sensor module.

the real interesting question is how small the pcb is and what other shells it can fit into.
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post #14 of 65
Surprised Madcatz didn't include weights for this 60g mouse. I'm sure a lot of high sensitivity casual gamers would have liked weights.
post #15 of 65
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Surprised Madcatz didn't include weights for this 60g mouse. I'm sure a lot of high sensitivity casual gamers would have liked weights.
Well, one of the main selling points of this mouse is the low weight, so adding weights would be counter-intuitive (and if you notice, most mice with add'l weights are already reasonably heavy). The shell itself is barebones as heck. I honestly like that Mad Catz at least appears to be aware that there's a segment of users that desire such a product, even if this design isn't quite ideal.
post #16 of 65
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Well, one of the main selling points of this mouse is the low weight, so adding weights would be counter-intuitive (and if you notice, most mice with add'l weights are already reasonably heavy). The shell itself is barebones as heck. I honestly like that Mad Catz at least appears to be aware that there's a segment of users that desire such a product, even if this design isn't quite ideal.

Weights for a mouse this light would have made sense from a marketing perspective. It's not a big deal since they're optional, and the weight cartridge might even be removable.
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post #18 of 65
Dreadful sensor position and no place to put your pinky if you're clawgripping it.
post #19 of 65
This mouse is the spiritual successor of the G9x.
post #20 of 65
So it's actually 51g.

Madness.
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