What Looks Like a Gaming Mouse, But Isn't?
The Mad Catz M.O.U.S.9 isn't your average pointing device. The ostentatious aesthetics, based on the company's R.A.T. gaming mouse, give the M.O.U.S.9 an unmistakable identity, but don't let the appearance act as a stereotype. According to the manufacturer, this here mouse has been "simplified for everyday use," and while it will happily double as a gaming peripheral, its primary purpose is to bring "elegance and comfort to commonplace tasks" such as using Microsoft Office.
In other words, this is a mouse for the rebels in suit and tie. And at £99.99, it's a hefty investment, particularly when you consider that the all-singing, all-dancing R.A.T.9 is available for less if you shop around.
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