Mad Catz Global’s new R.A.T. DWS wireless gaming mouse is equipped with the hyper-responsive 2ms DAKOTA mechanical switch, diversified accessories, and a 16K high-end sensor, R.A.T. Featuring advanced tracking ability, and longevity R.A.T. DWS is fully customisable and can be enhanced with additional modular accessories.
Its adjustable palm rest and swappable finger rests can fit into every size of hands and accommodate all grip styles. These two sets of finger rests enhance the grip friction and prevent you from having discomfort from long hours of play. With the Mad Catz software, you can set up various advanced hotkeys and macros on each of the 14 buttons onto 4 on-board profiles by which every magic spell or melee skill can be mastered in the fight.
R.A.T. DWS also features the brand-new Mad Catz DAKOTA mechanical switch. Traditionally, a mouse switch is triggered when the spring hits a metallic contact. This mechanism creates a residual bouncing effect that can result in multiple signals. A debounce delay algorithm is required to overcome this. The DAKOTA Mechanical Switch adopts a new signal detection technology, enabling an instant response to be made by any of two contact points. This technology precisely processes signal registration and accelerates the switch response time to within only 2 milliseconds – 60% faster than other mechanical switches!
This latest gaming mouse is equipped with dual-mode wireless – 2.4GHz and Bluetooth 5.0 connections. The 2.4GHz wireless mode allows you to get access to a rapid 1ms response, while the low-latency Bluetooth mode can sustain up to 300 hours with only a AA battery, which is engineered to optimise power consumption. The advanced PAW3335DB optical sensor offers a hyper-resolution of 16000 DPI, thereby providing a greater sensitivity that allows for an acute level of precision for victory.
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