[CES 2013] Mad Catz has made quite the splash at CES Unveiled, with the introduction of the R.A.T.M GameSmart mouse that will merge Bluetooth Smart technology alongside a gaming grade laser sensor into a single gaming peripheral. According to Mad Catz, this would come with market leading battery life so that you would not run out of steam during the most crucial of gaming moments. We are looking at up to a year of battery life on this bad boy, although just how many hours of gaming does it take to last that long remains to be seen.
The R.A.T.M will play nice with a whole host of devices that range from PC and Mac to next generation TVs and tablets. For those of you who own devices that lack Bluetooth Smart mouse support, the R.A.T.M will even come equipped with a nano dongle. Platforms that run Windows 8 with native Bluetooth Smart mouse support will see the R.A.T.M hook up directly without any issues.
Hardware features include an adjustable palm rest, a dozen action buttons (10 of which are programmable), and a power efficient 6400DPI twin-eye laser sensor. The R.A.T.M will rely on an all new Windows and Mac compatible drag-and-drop programming interface, so that gamers can intuitively program commands with speed.
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