"Check out the PC gaming gear that Mad Catz rescued from the grave"
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Check out the PC gaming gear that Mad Catz rescued from the grave
Mad Catz is back.
This company went bankrupt last March, and yet here they are at CES, bumping out new mice, keyboards, and headsets.
We got an exclusive first look at the company's first batch of new peripherals since they came back from the dead.
Four products stood out.
There are no batteries in this sucker just German super capacitors that are instantly charged by the mouse pad you plug in to your computer.
They hold the charge for 20 seconds so you can lift off the pad without fear.
And if you want to take it to go,just pop out the usb cable and it's a wired mouse too.
The ES pro was in development at mad camp before it went under and it's for gamers who don't want a bulky headset.
These ear buds have a twin boom mic for voice communications.
You can detach the mic too if you wanna walk down the street without looking like a cyborg.
If bulky headsets are okay though, I'm liking the FREQ 4. It's super comfy and lightweight despite its springy metal frame.
I'll need to spend more time sampling the audio quality but it sounded pretty good here.
Last and definitely not least, one of Mad Catz' last great mice returns, the RAT Pro X3, which lets you swap out practically everything, from the mouse wheel ring palm rest and the silicon feet.
You can swap to ceramic.
Light down to the actual mouse sensor.
And as usual mad cats the wider way of other products on the way.
Most of these are coming this summer but you've should find the ES pro on a shelves and spray.
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