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|14th October 2011, 09:28||#1|
Join Date: May 2010
Mad Catz Cyborg R.A.T.7 Albino Gaming Mouse Review @ Real World Labs
With an lightning fast next gen 6400DPI twin-eye laser sensor, a more elegant white color (Apple fans) and the same impressive set of features as the original R.A.T.7 the latest Albino version is very close to being the ultimate gaming mouse to date aimed at the most hardcore of gamers.
|20th October 2011, 01:42||#2|
A product sold effectively without real support or warranty
All products under the madcatz banner are being sold effectively without warranty or support no matter what is written on the box.
Higher end products sold in this manner are of dubious manufacturing quality and appeal to reviewers many of whom get to keep or sell on the product promoted.
Buying from any company under the Madcatz brand is unlikely to work out unless you are very lucky. If you are unlucky I hope the donation you made to Madcatz gave you the pleasure you payed for.
All manufacturing faults are excluded from warranty for example by Madcatz/cyborg/tritton etc because they deem these as physical damage .....
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