Mad Catz is probably most known for their R.A.T. series of gaming mice. I’ve owned quite a few over the years and really enjoyed them. While they had a pretty futuristic design, they were always comfortable and felt great in your hand. Recently Mad Catz released a new series called B.A.T. which starts off with the B.A.T. 6+, an ambidextrous gaming mouse that Mad Catz says has the combination of a hypercar, spaceship, and batmobile in its design. Like many other Mad Catz mice we have swappable parts as well as a PixArt PMW3389 16,000 DPI optical sensor. Is this a mouse you should consider in 2021? Read on as we find out!
Special thanks to Mad Catz for providing us with the B.A.T. 6+ Gaming Mouse to review.
Product Name: B.A.T. 6+
Model Number: MB05DCINBL000-0
Sensor Name: PixArt PMW3389
Sensor Type: Optical
DPI (Dot Per Inch) Max: 16000
IPS (Inch per Second): 400
Polling Rate: 2000 Hz/ 0.5 ms
Programmable Buttons: 10
Dimension (L x W x H): 125 x 66 x 42 mm
Weight (g): 115
Cable Type: Braided Fiber
Cable Length: 1.8M
The B.A.T. 6 comes in your typical retail packaging. On the front is a picture of the mouse and some of the main features are listed like the 16,000 DPI sensor, the Dakota switch, and that it comes with interchangeable accessories.
Flipping over to the back we have many of the features of the mouse are detailed and there is a full list of specifications.
Getting everything out of the box we have the B.A.T. 6+ Gaming Mouse, two interchangeable side pieces, an interchangeable palm rest, and a quick start guide.