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Saitek Cyborg Laser Gaming Mouse Review -

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Product: Saitek Cyborg Laser Gaming Mouse
Date: May 22, 2008
Author: Greg Baden
Edited By: Bob Buskirk
Provided By: Saitek
Pages: 1 2 3 4
Discussion: Discuss in Forums


The Cyborg Laser Mouse is a part of many other gaming peripherals on the Cyborg series put out by Saitek. This mouse offers a unique design with many features. These include pre-installed Hyperglide mouse feet, 10 programmable buttons, 3200DPI, and a motorized mouse extension. I've seen mice with adjustable weights and adjustable buttons before, but this is the first time that I have seen a mouse with an adjustable length. Read on further to see the mouse in action.


- Adjustable mouse size extends or contracts to suit any size of hand or grip
- Adjustable Scroll Wheel - changes click strength of scroll wheel
- Programmable, 4-way, low profile hat switch
- 2 additional programmable buttons
- 3200dpi for increased precision
- PTFE Hyper-glide feet


DPI - 400 to 3200 dpi (11 setting choices)
Image Processing - Anti-deceleration technology
Frame Rate - 40,000 fps
Acceleration - 10G (up to 98.1 meters/sec)
Max Speed - 45 inches per sec.
USB Interface - Full speed
Data Format - 16 bit per axis
Report Rate - Up to 700 per sec.
Standby/Sleep mode - Disabled


The packaging for the Cyborg Mouse is similar to every other packaging. The mouse is protruding out from the box in a plastic covering. The front of the back lets us know that the mouse has a motorized size adjustment. The back covers the features and specifications in English while the sides list the features in other languages.

The mouse, installation CD, and user's manual are inside of the box.

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