Mad Catz R.A.T 7 Gaming Mouse - Albino Edition Review

Others/Mice & Keyboards by stefan @ 2011-11-15

Besides the interesting features taken from the "vanilla" R.A.T 7 Gaming mouse, the Albino Edition features a more powerful sensor, Mac compatibility and an interesting white color. Most of its components are adjustable, so we could spend little time to make it fit our hand as comfortable as possible.

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Packaging, A Closer Look Part I

The R.A.T 7 Albino from Mad Catz takes part of the Cyborg Gaming series and is shipped inside an oddly shaped cardboard box; on the frontal side we can see a photo of the product, the DPI value (which is increased as opposed to the “vanilla” R.A.T 7, from 5600 to 6400), and some awards received by the product in the past, from different publications:




Some of the product features are also described by using pictograms:




The top side opens like a book, to reveal more details regarding the main product and its bundle, but we can also have a look at the mouse on the right side:




On one of the sides, we can see the technical specifications listed inside a table:




On the back, some of the main product components are explained, in multiple languages:




The top side of the box is sealed in multiple areas, with a transparent plastic material:





After the removal of the first cardboard layer, we can see that the mouse along with its cable sits inside a plastic mold:




Besides the mouse, the box also contains a plastic enclosure with the rest of the accessories and the documentation:




The User Manual explains us how to customize the Albino's chassis, but we also get some instructions on how to operate the software application:




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