Philips PLN2032 Naga Hex Mamba RAT 7 sensor: native dpi, acceleration

Mice with a 5600 dpi Philips Twin Eye PLN2032 sensor: Razer Imperator/Lachesis 3.5G/Mamba/Naga/Hex/Epic/Molten/2012/Spectre/Tron; Mad Catz R.A.T. 7, R.A.T. 9, CM Storm Sentinel/Sentinel Advance, Ozone Radon 5K, Gigabyte M8600/M8600 v2, Aivia Uranium. Philips PLN2032 sensor has 50G Acceleration, max tracking speed: 6 m/s, 8MHz SPI-Interface. Twin-eye technology means that laser sensor reads each axis separately, what allows to obrain high (pinpoint) accuracy. Read user reviews about tracking performance, problems, native (default) dpi.

Mad Catz R.A.T.7: 6400 DPI, DPI range: 25-6400, polling rate: dynamic (up to 1000Hz), acceleration: 50G, tracking speed: up to 6m/sec. We didn’t find any information about Native (Default) DPI of this sensor. It has 6 programmable buttons, Length adjusting allows user to use any grip: palm, claw, fingertip grip styles. Custom Weight System allows to obtain the perfect weight for best gameplay.

Mad Catz R.A.T. 9 is a 2.4 GHz wireless gaming mouse. Resolution DPI range: 25-6400, polling rate: up to 1000Hz, connectivity: USB 2.0. Software allows user create powerful macros and set keybindings. The mouse supports side scrolling. It works with Windows 7, 8, 8.1, Windows 10, Mac OS X 10.6.6 or later and Linux. Some users reported its hard to remove battery.

Philips Twin Eye PLN2032 sensor uses doppler-effect technology: it has two lenses.


PLN 2031 Orochi Lachesis Rat 5 sensor: native dpi, acceleration

Mad Catz R.A.T.5, Razer Lachesis, CM Storm Inferno, Razer Orochi, Tt eSPORTS BLACK gaming mice have a 4000 DPI Philips PLN 2031 laser sensor with 1000Hz maximum polling rate (1ms response). Read user reviews about tracking performance, problems, native (default) dpi.

Mad Catz R.A.T.5 has 5600 DPI sensor (laser movement detection technology), 6 programmable buttons, plus two regular buttons, scroll wheel, DPI range from 100 to 5600, we didn’t find any information about Native (Default) DPI of this sensor; 4 Custom DPI Settings, 50G acceleration, speed up to 2.8m/sec, on-the-fly DPI adjustments function. It’s fitting very well in medium/big hands. The mouse works with Windows 8, Windows 10 and Linux. Some users reported about double clicking problem.


Philips pln2030 RAT 3 Radon 3K sensor: native dpi, acceleration

Ozone Radon 3K, Mad Catz R.A.T.3 gaming mice have Philips PLN 2030 sensor. It’s a 3500dpi laser sensor with adjustable resolution from 100 to 3500 dpi (Ozone Radon 3K), 4 USB report rate presets, 500Hz maximum polling rate.

Mad Catz’ R.A.T. 3 Gaming Mouse: 3 fully-programmable Buttons plus 2 left and right buttons, scroll-wheel, 3500 laser high accuracy sensor with 20G acceleration; by clicking on DPI button you can choose 1 of 4 custom DPI settings from 450 to 3500 range. We didn’t find any information about Native (Default) DPI of this sensor, but if you know, write in comment. Their software allows to choose cursor sensitivity, bind buttons and save several gaming profiles.

This is a good mouse for someone with small/medium size hands. This mouse works with Windows 8 and Windows 10. Some users reported they wished DPI go down to 400 instead of 450.