The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly Rat Review
This ‘The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly’ rat review is a compilation of my thoughts and experiences with my beloved pet rats. I’ve read the book ‘The Day in the Life of a Naked Mole Rat’ by Bob Eggleton, and have viewed the movie ‘RAT 8’, which features an optical sensor made by Pixart. But there are plenty of things that I wouldn’t change about the film, which I found to be an overall enjoyable adventure.
‘The bad’ and ‘the ugly’ of pet rat reviews
The good, the bad and the ugly of pet rat reviews – which are better? What can you do to avoid the problems? If you have a small furry animal, you should visit websites that sell small animals. Look for pet rats and rodents with good reviews. But if you want to keep your rat as a pet, you should read pet rat reviews carefully. Some sites list the best pets and those that are a waste of money.
‘RAT 8’ has a Pixart PMW3389 optical sensor
The ‘RAT 8’ has an array of technical features that are sure to impress. The switches, for example, are rated for 60 million clicks. The ‘RAT 8’ also has an advanced optical sensor, the Pixart PMW3389. This high-end sensor has the capability to scan up to 400 inches per second, withstand 50G acceleration, and detect every movement.
It also features a state-of-the-art Pixart PMW 3389 optical sensor, which delivers exceptional precision for any gaming genre. The ‘RAT 8’ also has an adjustable palm rest, 18G of removable weights, and chameleon RGB lighting. The mouse supports up to three profiles, which means you can customize the sensor and other settings to suit your style.