The 400 DPI twin-eye laser sensor runs off of two AAA batteries that slide in the bottom. Also, it uses Bluetooth 4.0, which promises better low-power performance. Mad Catz says that the R.A.T can run for as long as a year on the same set of batteries.
Larger than the R.A.T., the M.O.U.S.9 has all the same features plus a laser sensor that can track on glass. It also supports software like Adobe Creative Suite and Office. Besides the standard white and red models pictured here, the device comes in several concept designs with bright colors and patterns.
Designed to be modular, it comes apart in several places to be as functional or as minimal as needed. You can remove the wrist rests, for example, or you can take off the right portion when you just need a portable solution. The various pieces connect with Micro-USB cables.
Clad in aluminum, the headset has a foldable design with in-line cables. It's compatible with a PC, a Mac, or smart devices, and it comes in several colors including black, red, and white (pictured here).