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QuadraClicks RBT (Right ‘Bove Touch) Gaming Mouse Review

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Posted May 25, 2017 by Josh Jackson in Peripherals

Overview

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Price at time of Review: $150 by backing the Indiegogo campaign
 

WHAT WE LIKED:

Surprising relief of tension in the hand during use, Feels like a more natural extension of the hand which leads to faster reaction time
 

WHAT WE DISLIKED:

Mouse wheel seems too far back and the front thumb button seems a bit too forward, but it looks like those changes are already underway. Pricey.
 
BOTTOM LINE:
The RBT definitely lives up to its claims on performance and while I can't verify carpal tunnel relief, I can say it feels more relaxing to use in relation to hand tension. Take it for what it's worth, but I have to own one now! (Remember that the review unit is a prototype)
by Josh Jackson
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Introduction

They say you can’t reinvent the wheel, but that doesn’t stop car companies from doing something to make you think you need to buy a new rims or tires. Computer mice are in a similar position. While we have come a long way from the old trackball style of mice we used to have, today it feels like most new designs are built around gimmicks to sell more units. So when I say you should definitely take notice of the unit we have in review today, I understand why you might think it’s a gimmick, but I can assure there is way more going on with the original RBT Rebel than meets the eye.

During my trip to CES last January, I got a little time to wander the show floors and see what I would randomly run across. I saw the RBT (pronounced “Rabbit”), put my hand on it, and figured it was a gimmick, but the designer saw me and stopped me before I could walk away. He explained what he had and while I wasn’t convinced, I decided to sit down and see if I could understand what he was saying. After trying the design out, it was beginning to dawn on me how this could be a huge benefit for gamers. The RBT on review is a prototype and while QuadraClicks, the company behind the design, is still in its fundraising stages, they’ve already raised over 100% of their goal to kick off the project.

This review will be pretty straight forward because there isn’t a ton of details to go over until the product officially launches later this year, but we can definitely test the RBT out and see how it compares to traditional gaming mice.

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