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post #1621 of 3831
Brought my RAT9 to work for testing. So far it's been working fine. I still think it suffers from WiFi interference.

Too bad I spent $150 on it.
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Hey guys, something weird happened to my R.A.T. 7 after a long gaming session tonight.

The left click has become harder to click than normal (the right click is still fine). I'm not sure how this happened because I was playing a heavily right click dependent game (DotA 2).

Is this a common occurrence? Is there anyway to fix it?
Should I place an RMA? If an RMA is possible, how good is Mad Catz/Cyborg with this kinda service?
post #1623 of 3831
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Originally Posted by GamerKingFaiz View Post

Hey guys, something weird happened to my R.A.T. 7 after a long gaming session tonight.
The left click has become harder to click than normal (the right click is still fine). I'm not sure how this happened because I was playing a heavily right click dependent game (DotA 2).
Is this a common occurrence? Is there anyway to fix it?
Should I place an RMA? If an RMA is possible, how good is Mad Catz/Cyborg with this kinda service?

Well, I had a similiar experience. In Skyrim, when my mouse was out of the box new, I could dual wield and overcharge my spells and fire them very quickly. Now, it seems hard to syncronize when each hand charges. I click both buttons, but sometimes one seems off. Haven't sent an RMA or anything, just thought the mouse was breaking in.

I will do more testing on this this afternoon. Hopefully my fingers are just getting lazy.
post #1624 of 3831
For me, the left click has definitely become more stiff. It sounds louder too when clicked in...

How long is the warranty for this mouse? I don't have the original packaging at my apartment, I left it at home. If someone could check that would be amazing. redface.gif
post #1625 of 3831
A quick search on Newegg.com says the R.A.T. 5 has a 2 year limited warranty. And that is with my original R.A.T. cage (cage = box) in the closet.
post #1626 of 3831
I think you may have missed a word in that last sentence. Did you mean to say that is what the box in your closet says as well (that the product has a two-year warranty)?

If so, I should still be in warranty. I got this mouse this past summer.
post #1627 of 3831
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I think you may have missed a word in that last sentence. Did you mean to say that is what the box in your closet says as well (that the product has a two-year warranty)?
If so, I should still be in warranty. I got this mouse this past summer.

Sorry. I meant to say I searched Newegg and it has a 5 year warranty, and I was too lazy to check the box in my closet for this info.
post #1628 of 3831
Man, I don't know if I'm getting used to it being stiffer or if it's getting better.

Either way I'll call them later today or tomorrow and see what the warranty covers. I'm hoping for an exchange where they send the new product first and then I ship my old one back, that way I'm not mouse-less for a week or longer (in the case I have to send my mouse first).
post #1629 of 3831
for the people waiting for the MMO ( its gonna be epic )

here is a good review of the unit
http://www.hardwareheaven.com/reviews/1390/pg1/cyborg-mmo-7-gaming-mouse-review-introduction.html

according to the review above, we can expect it sometime in Feb with a U.S. retail of $130.

I wanna buy another rat for work, but I want the extra buttons, as it would make my work easier/faster.

I still love the comfort of my old tried and true logitech, but the ONLY reason i got this mouse is the pinky rest option, but worth a moderately comfortable hand, than a comfortable palm, with my pink being dragged all around the desk.

I'm also thinking of ways to possibly mod my mouse for more custom adjustment, i would really like the thumb side to be able to stick further out, and if i can figure that out, it would make this mouse perfect in my book.
post #1630 of 3831
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Well, I got my package last night from Mad Catz. smile.gif

450

Nothing pre-release but very cool non the less.
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