Monday, July 20th 2020

Mad Catz Announces Availability of the R.A.T. PRO X3 Supreme Gaming Mouse

Mad Catz has announced the shipping of the R.A.T. PRO X3 Supreme, a limited-edition gaming mouse designed to celebrate the current Year of the Rat.

A stunning addition to any enthusiast's collection, no expense has been spared in delivering a truly unique piece of gaming hardware designed to look, feel and perform at a premium level. Presented in specially created collectors packaging, the unboxing of the R.A.T. PRO X3 Supreme is an experience in itself, housing an array of interchangeable components, a high-quality Travel Case and of course the mouse itself, fashioned in a unique matte black and gold color scheme which is not only breath-taking to look at but designed with a highly tactile feel, ideal for those who appreciate a touch of luxury from their gaming hardware!
The R.A.T. PRO X3 Supreme is built on a precision magnesium alloy Exoframe, expertly engineered to provide a remarkably lightweight experience while remaining strong enough to withstand the most heated of gaming battles.

A true king of customization, the R.A.T. PRO X3 Supreme comes complete with a choice of replaceable palm rests, scroll wheels, pinkie rests and thumb rests, presenting the gamer with a dizzying choice of 108 different physical configurations, more than enough for the most discerning of competitive gamers!
Featuring the top-of-the-range Pixart PMW 3389 PRO optical sensor, the R.A.T. PRO X3 Supreme is a highly capable mover, able to achieve up to 16000 DPI with movement speeds of up to 400 inches per second, and 50G of acceleration. With an extraordinary response time of just 0.3 ms, the R.A.T. PRO X3 Supreme features four different DPI settings which can be activated at a touch of a button, switching speeds on-the-fly to cope with any gaming genre.
The R.A.T. PRO X3 Supreme features a host of features designed to allow gamers to level-up on their skills:
  • Palm Rest: Whether your grip is palm, claw, or fingertip, the R.A.T. PRO X3 Supreme comes complete with three interchangeable palm rests, quickly adapting to all hand sizes and shapes.
  • Thumb Rest: Two sets of Thumb Rests are provided in pack, designed to offer support and reduce fatigue.
  • Analog Scroll Wheel: The R.A.T. PRO X3 Supreme features a revolutionary Scroll Wheel. The first to use optical technology and analog axis capability, it delivers an entirely new control method for PC gaming. Reconfigure controls to the Scroll Wheel allowing gamers to drive their car, fly their plane, reload their weapon and so much more.
  • Scroll Wheel Customization: In addition to optical scroll wheel technology, R.A.T. PRO X3 Supreme allows gamers to tweak resistance and even replace the scroll wheel itself, swapping out the texture and feel to provide optimum comfort.
  • Pinkie Rests: Two choices of size and materials are available in pack, providing much needed support and comfort for gamers' pinkies!
  • Precision Aim: Increase or decrease the sensor or cursor speed with a single button press, ideal for snipper modes and smashing that perfect shot!
  • Chameleon RGB Lighting: Bath your gaming environment in mesmerising light. Customise your lighting environment, choosing between millions of colours and even apply patterns such as breathing and pulse if static lighting isn't your thing!
  • Multiple Gaming Profiles: Ideal for tournament play, on board memory allows gamers to save preferred button mapping and settings for up to 10 individual games, recalling their preferred profile at a touch of a button.
  • Pro Slide technology: R.A.T. PRO X3 Supreme features two sets of interchangeable feet, choosing between ceramic or Teflon coatings for different levels of friction.
The Mad Catz R.A.T. PRO X3 Supreme is beginning to ship globally now.
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11 Comments on Mad Catz Announces Availability of the R.A.T. PRO X3 Supreme Gaming Mouse

#1
blobster21
Mad Catz: "Here, take this mouse !"
Me : "nope, give me a mouse instead"
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#2
ComedicHistorian
Maybe I'm just an idiot and missed it (very possible) but why isn't the price of this item listed anywhere on this page?
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#3
XL-R8R
Soon, this particular mouse will have lost so much of its self compared to previous versions, the only thing the company can do to 'improve' the design and make it more xtrasupadupa is to shorten/lighten the name from "R.A.T." to just "R.A."



I personally think this change in acronym would increase net sales by 28%+............ honest?
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#4
TheUn4seen
This one is certainly over the top, but I have to say i that Mad Catz mice are the only ones I personally find comfortable. They have a low, wide profile and are easily adjusted as far as physical properties go. They are good for games, but they really shine at work. The "precision aim" button works great for quick and dirty CAD corrections, the angle snap function is well tuned without being too aggressive. Right now I use R.A.T 6 since the day it became available in retail for 12-16 hours a day (for work and games) with the only sign of wear being some paint cracks on the thumb rest.
Optical scroll would be nice though, I do a lot of scrolling.
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#5
Splinterdog
That's one sexy looking piece of kit.
I'd probably buy one just to stare at all day.
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#6
Mysteoa
If the side buttons are still plastic they will break, if you use too much force to press them.
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#7
Caring1
Mysteoa
If the side buttons are still plastic they will brake, if you use too much force to press them.
So which button to accelerate? ;)
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#8
MxPhenom 216
ASIC Engineer
At least they use an optical sensor now. But good lord these mice looks ridiculous and feel like dog shit for an esport.
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#9
bug
ComedicHistorian
Maybe I'm just an idiot and missed it (very possible) but why isn't the price of this item listed anywhere on this page?
Probably the classic "if you have to ask, you can't afford it" applies.
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#10
Bladeknight
This mouse could look better with another colour scheme.
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#11
Mysteoa
Caring1
So which button to accelerate? ;)
WOW, you must be very smart.
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