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Mouse Pad News (25)

COUGAR Launches Two Gaming Mouse Pads

Category: Mouse Pad
Posted: August 15, 2014 10:00AM
Author: Brentt Moore

COUGAR, a leading brand in eSports and computer peripherals, has just launched two new gaming mouse pads, the CONTROL and SPEED. The company has engineer both gaming mouse pads in such a way that they can be used with regular mice or high-performance mice, making them perfect for casual and professional users alike.  Both CONTROL and SPEED mouse pads are available in three different sizes and feature an optimized 4mm thickness, a right angle wave structure and anti-slip natural rubber base, and durable surfaces. The CONTROL mouse pad incorporates a three-dimensional textured surface that provides a smooth and precise mouse targeting experience. Meanwhile, the SPEED mouse pad comes with a high-definition textured surface that allows for fast and extra smooth mouse sliding movements.

Source: Press Release



Tt eSPORTS Launches the DRACONEM Aluminum Mouse Pad

Category: Mouse Pad
Posted: May 8, 2014 08:17PM
Author: bp9801

Thermaltake is well known for a variety cases, cooling and power supplies, with its Tt eSPORTS division handling peripherals. It recently introduced a new member to that family: the Tt eSPORTS DRACONEM aluminum mouse pad. This dual-sided mouse pad is one of the larger aluminum models on the market, as it comes in at 360x300x5mm. The aluminum frame features a brushed anodized finish for a clean style and long life no matter how much you game. Speaking of gaming, one side of the DRACONEM is low-friction for the quickest movements possible, while the other is high-control for when you need utmost precision. An attachable mouse bungee is provided to keep your mouse cord out of the way, and Tt eSPORTS has designed it to fit on any side of the DRACONEM. Four rubber grips adorn the corners to keep the mouse pad in place.

The Tt eSPORTS DRACONEM aluminum mouse pad should be available soon for $39.99.

Source: Press Release




Siru Gaming Mousepad Released by ROCCAT

Category: Mouse Pad
Posted: January 15, 2014 11:07AM
Author: Brentt Moore

ROCCAT has unleashed their new custom developed gaming mousepad, the Siru. The new mousepad features a design that is less than a millimeter thick, making the ROCCAT Siru one of the thinnest mousepads ever manufactured. While the device is thin, it also incorporates other features such as a high glide surface that not only provides outstanding control and precise cursor tracking, but is also easy to clean. ROCCAT has engineered the gaming mousepad with a reusable non-slip backing that makes sure the Siru stays stationary during use. ROCCAT has tested over 80 laser and optical mice in order to ensure that the mousepad can be used with any mice currently available.

The ROCCAT Siru gaming mousepad is available in two unique colors, Cryptic Blue and Pitch Black.

Source: Press Release



Ozone Gaming Teases New Mousepad

Category: Mouse Pad
Posted: August 4, 2013 11:31AM
Author: Nick Harezga

Ozone Gaming has announced the Meet The Pro mousepad series, created with the help of feedback from professional gaming teams. The pad is made with a microfiber material and has a rubber base to help keep it in place during gaming sessions. A total of three different models will be available, with each sporting the logo of a different pro team. Gamers will be able to choose from the K1ck, MVP, and Giants editions. The Meet The Pro series will be available in September of this year.

Source: Press Release



New Gaming Surfaces from Cooler Master

Category: Mouse Pad
Posted: February 13, 2013 03:31PM
Author: Nick Harezga

Cooler Master has announced a trio of new mouse pads geared towards gamers, the RX Series. The Control-RX features a smooth Lycra surface with extra thickness for comfort, aimed at gamers that use low DPI mice. The Power-RX has an extra large surface area and is made with Surgical Strike Surface material for "precise and intricate movements." The Speed-RX rounds out the lineup with a microscopic synthetic mesh surface providing optimum precision for optical and laser sensors.

Source: Cooler Master



Corsair Announces Gaming Mouse Mats

Category: Mouse Pad
Posted: October 26, 2012 02:29PM
Author: Nick Harezga


Corsair has announced that it is adding mouse mats to its Vengeance lineup of products, designed to improve the performance of gaming mice. The Vengeance MM200 has a soft surface with fray-resistant edges and a non-slip rubber base. It will be available in four sizes, small, medium/large, extra large, and wide and will range in price from $12.99 to $24.99. The Vengeance MM400 is a hard surface mat that is designed to work best with laser mice and will be available in a single size for a price of $29.99.




XFX WarPad Contest

Category: Manufacturers, Mouse Pad
Posted: September 1, 2011 05:51PM
Author: Dale Shuck


Today marks the first day of a new contest being launched by XFX where it'll be giving away a new XFX WarPad each day for the entire month of September. The requirements are fairly simple:  users need to like XFX on Facebook and then post a picture of their old mouse pad. That's it! Unfortunately, the contest is open to U.S. residents only and complete rules can be found here. Good Luck!



Razer Unveils Updated Goliathus Gaming Mouse Mats

Category: Gaming, Mouse Pad
Posted: May 4, 2011 12:07AM
Author: Daryn Govender


Razer today unveiled its updated line of Goliathus gaming mouse maths. The new mouse mats feature anti-fray stitching around the edges, helping to prolong the mat's life. Razer President USA, Robert "RazerGuy" Krakoff went on to say that "the Razer Goliathus is our pride and joy when it comes to soft mats, designed with professional gaming-validated weaves for an exceptional mouse swiping experience. Now with anti-fray edges, you can go forth and frag even harder, worry-free." Standard features such as pixel-precise tracking and a rubberized base still remain across the series. As always, the Goliathus series consists of two editions, a Control Edition and a Speed Edition. The Control Edition offers a textured weave for more precise movements where as the Speed Edition's cloth weave supports fast mouse work. The Goliathus series is available now in four sizes: space-efficient (Omega), mid-sized (Standard), large-sized (Alpha) and desktop length (Extended), retailing between US$14.99 and US$34.99.




Roccat Prepares Alumic Double-Sided Mousepad

Category: Mouse Pad
Posted: February 4, 2011 02:50AM
Author: Daryn Govender


Roccat is preparing its newest mousepad, the Roccat Alumic. The Alumic features a double-sided design, allowing users to switch between the control and speed sides to suit their style of gaming. The control side has a smoother surface to support quick, sweeping movements where as the speed side is rougher in texture to assist gamers using high-resolution mice. The mousepad also includes four rubber non-slip feet and a gel wrist-pad for comfortable gaming. The Alumic also has an aluminium core to prevent deformation, measures 331x272mm and is 3mm thick. The Roccat Alumic mouspad will be available later this month for approximately US$55 (€39.99)




Razer Releases Goliathus Extended Series Mouse Mats

Category: Mouse Pad
Posted: December 21, 2010 08:54PM
Author: Daryn Govender


Razer today released two mouse mats as part of its the Goliathus Extended series. The new series consists of two models, the Goliathus Extended Control and Goliathus Extended Speed. Both mouse mats are effectively the same as their predecessors, retaining a cloth weave and rubber base with one main difference; size. Both mats are extra-large, measuring in at a behemoth 920x294x4.3mm. While I'm not sure if I would be able to make use of such a gigantic mouse pad, I'm sure that other gamers would love to try out Razer's over-sized offerings.

As both mats are limited edition products, only 10,000 units of each model will be available. Both variants in the Goliathus Extended series are available now from Razer's online store for US$34.99 each.



Razer Unveils Scarab Mouse Mat

Category: Mouse Pad
Posted: December 16, 2010 04:24PM
Author: Daryn Govender


Razer today unveiled the Scarab mouse mat, an enhanced version of its predecessor, the Razer Destructor. The Razer Scarab features an improved Razer Fractal 2.0 textured surface with a crystal coating to deliver more accurate and faster tracking. The new mouse mat also includes an updated rubber base for greater stability and will be bundled with a hard carrying case for extra protection. The Scarab mouse mat is suitable for both optical and laser mice and measures in at 350x280x3mm (WxLxH). The Razer Scarab mouse mat will be available this month for US$39.99.




Razer Releases a New Mousepad

Category: Mouse Pad
Posted: October 7, 2010 12:01PM
Author: bp9801


Razer is getting ready to release a new mousepad on the world, this time a new metal one that is designed to enhance the gliding capabilities of your mouse. The new mousepad is called the Razer Ironclad and it features a finely sandblasted surface that feels smooth to the touch. The sandblasted surface will minimize hand discomfort which should allow for longer sessions at the computer. There is just enough friction on the pad to give you precise targeting in a game without feeling too slick. The Ironclad is made from anodized aluminum and features an extra-large surface area that measures 320mm long and 270mm wide. It is also only 2.5mm high so it will just barely sit above your desk's surface. The bottom of the Ironclad has a non-slip rubber base to help keep it in place during heavy gaming. It is an all-white mousepad and comes with a carrying case to better protect it if you take it with to a LAN party.

The Razer Ironclad mousepad will be available in October for the U.S. and November for the rest of the world. Pricing will be $59.99.




Sudden Attack Mouse Released From SteelSeries

Category: Gaming, Input Devices, Mouse Pad
Posted: December 6, 2009 12:32PM
Author: Brentt Moore

Both manufacturers, Razer and SteelSeries, mainly rule the gaming world with their mice, keyboards, headsets, and even mouse pads. While both companies offer a broad spectrum of products to suite the needs of gamers across the world, SteelSeries is now offering a new limited edition Sudden Attack mouse that will retail for $79.99, which will offer built-in macro capabilities for RTS games as well as MMO gaming situations. Along with the new mouse that will feature a camouflage design on the top portion of it, a mouse pad that follows the same design will also be released as a limited edition product. The Sudden Attack mouse pad will offer a non-slip backing surface, and will sell for roughly $11.99, appealing to the more thrifty consumers in the gaming peripheral market.



Razer Introduces New MMO Mouse

Category: Mouse Pad
Posted: August 20, 2009 08:58PM
Author: Brentt Moore

Razer, manufacturer of some of the finest gaming peripherals on the market, has announced two new products that will be added to its main product list. The largest announcement being a new MMO mouse called the Naga that will sell for $79.99 and be catered specifically to MMO players. Many high-end features are included with the mouse, such as a 5600 dpi 3.5G laser sensor, 1ms response time, 200 inches per second tracking speed, along with seventeen buttons located on the mouse for special use in MMO gaming experiences. Software add-ons for certain titles will also be available for users to customize their Naga with to allow for more fluid gaming while playing their favorite Massive Multiplayer Online game. Along with their announcement of the new mouse, Razer is also introducing a new mouse pad named the Megasoma, which is meant to offer a medium between soft and hard mouse pads. The new surface compliments the Naga nicely, though any of Razer’s mouse pads will also do that; the Megasoma will sell for $49.99.



SteelSeries Unveils Two New Gaming Mice and Plastic Surface

Category: Input Devices, Mouse Pad
Posted: July 25, 2009 12:30AM
Author: Daryn Govender

Denmark based manufacturer of professional gaming peripherals, SteelSeries today announced three new additions to its lineup. First up is the SteelSeries Xai Laser Mouse. The Xai features an ambidextrous design, 7 macro buttons, driver-less plug and play (with 5 profiles), an LCD display on the bottom to configure settings, a high definition 10.8 megapixels/second sensor and up to 5001 CPI, to name a few. The Xai was developed over three years of extensive research in conjunction with professional gamers from the U.S., Europe and Asia for maximum performance in fast paced gaming situations.

Next up, is the Kinzu Optical Mouse which is based around the same shape as the Xai but 7% smaller in size boasts a 3200 CPI and is designed with compactness, reliability and stability in mind. The Kinzu also includes a CPI toggle for on-the-fly adjustments, a slip-resistant coating and low-friction polyethylene feet.

Last, but not least is the SteelSeries 9HD hard plastic gaming surface created to enable gamers to perform very precise mouse movements and "slingshots" with a high degree of control. The 9HD achieves this by utilizing thousands of light reflecting microscopic points for enhanced tracking by sensors. The 9HD was developed in conjunction with the Xai and is designed to allow high definition mice to perform at their full potential.

The Xai will retail for around US$114/€79.99, while the Kinzu and 9HD will set you back approximately $US50/€34.99 each. All three peripherals will be available from next month. This announcement seems to coincide pretty nicely with Razer's announcement on Thursday of the Orochi and Kabuto. All I can say is that more competition is better for everyone!




Razer Announces New Gaming Mouse and Pad For Mobile Users

Category: Input Devices, Mouse Pad
Posted: July 23, 2009 10:19PM
Author: Dale Shuck


Razer today announced two new products for notebook gamers and enthusiasts. The first is the Razer Orochi laser mouse featuring dual mode wired/wireless connectivity with Bluetooth 2.0 support. The Orochi comes equipped with a 4000dpi 3G laser sensor for increased control and accuracy. The ambidextrous design and detachable 3-foot cord make it easy to use. The Orochi also comes with seven programmable buttons, on board memory, up 100 inches per second movement speed and a custom carrying case.

The Razer Kabuto mouse mat is the perfect travel companion to the mouse and it's made of ultra-thin microfiber material with a rubber backing to keep the pad secure during intense gaming sessions.

The Orochi will first be available from the Razer web site in mid-August and then make its way worldwide by September. Pricing is expected to be $79.99/€79.99. The Kabuto will be priced at $19.99/€19.99 with availability in August.



Razer Unveils 'Sphex' Gaming Grade Desktop Skin

Category: Gaming, Mouse Pad
Posted: May 27, 2009 10:03PM
Author: Daryn Govender


Gaming peripherals maker, Razer has launched its latest product: the Razer Sphex gaming grade desktop skin. Razer claims that the Sphex is the thinnest mouse surface ever and that it will offer top notch performance at an affordable price. The Sphex also features an adhesive enabling it to be stuck to a surface, preventing disruptive movement. The Sphex will retail for US$15 and first orders will ship on July 1. Preorders are available over on the Razer Store. I think the Sphex looks like a Goliathus gone on a diet, but only reviews and time will tell how it stacks up to its bigger brother and its competitors.



Hardware Roundup: Friday Edition

Category: Video Cards, Motherboards, Cases, Memory, Operating Systems, Digital Photography/Video, Storage / Hard Drives, Mouse Pad
Posted: February 15, 2008 06:10AM
Author: Dale Shuck


Looking around the web today revealed several video card card articles.  We begin with a look at the ATI Radeon HD 3870 X2 from motherboards.org (also reviewed by OCC HERE).  ATI is certainly back in the game with their new 3800 series of cards, but how does it stack up against the green team?  Bjorn3D  has a look at the factory-overclocked Gigabyte 8800GT TurboForce which features a Zalman after-market cooler.  If you're in the hunt for a new video card, how do you decide which one to get amongst all the ones out there.  Take a moment to read the Sweet 16 Mid-range Graphics Cards Compared article at The Tech Report for more insight.  The 790FX is AMD's latest chipset designed to support their Phenom line of processors.  By now you're most likely aware of the issues the current processors are having with the TLB and the microcode fix available.  Viper Lair evaluates the MSI K9A2 Platinum AMD 790FX Motherboard and has a look at performance and the impact the fix has by toggling the fix on and off.  While AMD is still using DDR2 memory, Intel-based boards are moving towards the faster, yet still pricier, DDR3 format.  The Aeneon Xtune DDR3-1333 2GB Memory Kit from ThinkComputers is one such offering (see the OCC review HERE).  PC Perspective takes the Ultra m998 Mid-Tower ATX Case out for a spin and comes away liking what they saw (OCC review).  For something on the fun side, you can read about the Cyberlink YouCam at OCModShop.  Vitual-Hideout likes the Razer Destructor Gaming Surface (also reviewed by OCC HERE).  Tech ARP has just published its Hard Drive Performance Comparison Guide.  Finally, OCModShop shows us how to Solve File Copy Problems: Tweak Vista's Auto-tuning Network.



Hardware Roundup: Monday Edition

Category: Motherboards, CPU's, Gaming, Input Devices, Speakers/Headphones, Gadgets, CPU Cooling, Mouse Pad, Trade Shows/Conventions
Posted: January 21, 2008 06:27AM
Author: Dale Shuck


Today's roundup kicks off with the BlueAnt X5 Stereo Bluetooth Headset at Legit Reviews.  We have several items for you gamers today.  Performance and control are two features gamers look for in a mousing surface and the SteelSeries SP Pro Gaming Mousepad aims to offer a combination of both.  OCModShop lets us know if it delivers on those promises.  The X-Arcade Tankstick Dual Controller with Trackball from HotHardware might have you reminiscing about the all the quarters you spent at the arcade (see the OCC review here).  Not every game can be played with a mouse and keyboard and if you're a flight sim fan you need to check out the Saitek X52 Joystick at motherboards.org  (you can also read the OCC review here).  If you're still trying to decide which Intel processor to include in your next upgrade head over to Tech ARP for a look at their Intel Core 2 Performance Comparison Guide.  Much has been written about the current state of AMD's processor lineup and the Phenom vs. Core2 Quad debate so why would AMD offer another entry in the AM2 family?  See what Virtual-Hideout has to say about the AMD Athlon 64 X2 5000+ Black Edition CPU  (don't forget to read the OCC review as well).  TweakTown has the ATI Catalyst 8.1 Analysis - XP & Vista.  Bjorn3D reviews the ASUS Maximus Formula (Non-SE) based on Intel's X38 chipset.  Few enthusiasts ever choose to use a stock CPU cooling solution.  However, choosing the best alternative is always a trade off in price, performance and noise levels.  RBmods looks at the GlacialTech Igloo 5750 Silent CPU Cooler and sees if this dual-fan model is worhty of your consideration.  CES 2008 converage continues with Best of CES 2008 at Techgage.  ThinkComputers also brings us more CES 2008 goodies with Lunch@Piero’s, Cooler Master and Sands Expo.



Razer Unveils Professional Gaming Surface

Category: Mouse Pad
Posted: January 9, 2008 10:04AM
Author: Dale Shuck


Razer -

Razer also showcased the Razer Destructor at CES. The Destructor is a gaming-grade surface co-developed with pro-gaming teams. Engineered for optical and laser mice, the Razer Destructor is coated in a highly reactive gunmetal finish. Gaming-grade optical mice can track up to 25% better on the Razer Destructor, and gaming-grade laser mice can track up to 37% better on the Razer Destructor when compared to other gaming-mousing surfaces which are designed specifically for extremely precise movements.  The ultra-wide size (350mm x 280mm) is ideal for continuous, rapid swipes and features a non-slip rubber base for firm grip on smooth surfaces.  The pad also comes with a premium lightweight protective case. The pad is expected to be available January 2008 for US: $39.99; Europe: €39.99.



Hardware Roundup: Monday Edition

Category: Video Cards, Memory, Sound Cards, Power Supplies, Cooling, Mobile, Gaming, Input Devices, Storage / Hard Drives, Mouse Pad
Posted: December 30, 2007 11:20PM
Author: Dale Shuck


The last day of 2007 yields an interesting collection of items from around the web so while you're waiting for the final countdown 'til 2008 have a look at what we found.  There are several guides out there today beginning with the Formatting and Partitioning a Hard Drive at PCSTATS.  Next up is the Sound Card Buying Guide and the NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GTS 512MB Overclocking Guide, both from Tech ARP.  Madshrimps has an interview with the president of Razer titled Razer Prez Shares His Thoughts On The Gaming Market.  Moving along to the hardware arena we have the Tuniq Miniplant 950w PSU reviewed by Overclocker Cafe.  For notebook owners looking for additional connectivity options, check out the APIOTEK Laptop Accessory Cards at Motherboards.org.  DDR2 memory is still alive and kicking and currently provides a price advantage over DDR3 modules and TweakTown has the OCZ DDR2 PC2-6400 ReaperX HPC 4GB Kit up for review.  While the Reaper series comes with a heatpipe cooling design, your current memory may be in need of some additional cooling help and that's where the Scythe Kama Wing Memory Heatsink reviewed by 3dGameMan comes in.  Speaking of cooling, TweakTown brings us a look at the OCZ Freeze Thermal Interface Material and compares its performance against several other offerings on the market.  Overclocker Cafe has a look at the HIS Radeon HD3850 IceQ3 TurboX and Madshrimps has the Cyber Snipa Tracer Mouse Pad for your reading enjoyment.  In the mobile department, Tech ARP has an overview of the Samsung SGH-D880 Dual SIM Mobile Phone.  The Logitech Wave Keyboard is an ergonomic board designed for extended typing sessions and you can find a review at Motherboards.org.

Tuniq Miniplant 950w PSU @ Overclocker Cafe
APIOTEK Laptop Accessory Cards @ Motherboards.org
Beginners Guides: Formatting and Partitioning a Hard Drive @ PCSTATS
Sound Card Buying Guide @ Tech ARP
OCZ DDR2 PC2-6400 ReaperX HPC 4GB Kit @ TweakTown
Scythe Kama Wing Memory Heatsink @ 3dGameMan
NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GTS 512MB Overclocking Guide @ Tech ARP
HIS Radeon HD3850 IceQ3 TurboX @ Overclocker Cafe
Cyber Snipa Tracer Mouse Pad @ Madshrimps
Razer Prez Shares His Thoughts On The Gaming Market @ Madshrimps
Samsung SGH-D880 Dual SIM Mobile Phone @ Tech ARP
OCZ Freeze Thermal Interface Material @ TweakTown
Logitech Wave Keyboard @ ThinkComputers.org



Review: SteelSeries S&S Mousepad Review

Category: Mouse Pad
Posted: May 18, 2007 08:04AM
Author:


HardwareLogic - The Steelseries S&S is an extremely well balanced mouse pad. It’s got the surface area for all but the most demanding gamers, as well as a slick surface making it suitable for both high and low sensitivities. We tried very hard to find something glaringly wrong with this pad, but ultimately couldn’t. The only real gripe we can muster is that the rubber grip might peel off as time goes on, though it showed no signs of doing so during our testing. Retailing for R39.95 USD, the Steelseries S&S costs twice as much as the previously reviewed Steelseries QcK+.

Review: XTracPads Ripper

Category: Mouse Pad
Posted: May 11, 2007 04:26AM
Author: Dale Shuck


techPowerUp - The XTracPads Ripper is the smaller brother of the Ripper XXL. The mouse pad series comes in three different sizes, all with a wide aspect ratio. The thin cloth pad is incredibly soft and comfortable, with the under-padding clinging to the table quite nicely. We give a few mice a hurl on the Ripper to see if the unique aspect ratio is just what a gamer needs.

Review: Rantopad Mouse Pads

Category: Mouse Pad
Posted: May 1, 2007 02:00PM
Author: Ben Grantham


XSReviews.co.uk - "Rantopads aren’t particularly well-known, in fact this is my first insight into their products. Offering several types for different gamer’s tastes, there is sure to be one that suits your playing style."
XSReviews.co.uk has reviewed three different pads from Rantopad:
- Rantopad P4
- Rantopad Super C4
- Rantopad Mammoth

Review: Ideazon Fragmat

Category: Mouse Pad
Posted: April 26, 2007 06:43PM
Author: Dale Shuck


techPowerUp - The Ideazon Fragmat rounds up the company's offerings with a unique mouse pad, which features a hard plastic surface with a thin but soft underlining. It is also available in multiple themes and is big enough for high and mid sensitivity gamers. We give the pad a test run and let you know if it is something for the crowd of all-round gamers.

Review: XTracPads Zoom

Category: Gaming, Mouse Pad
Posted: April 25, 2007 03:24PM
Author: Ben Grantham


TechPowerUp - The XTracPads Zoom is incredibly thin and lightweight. In fact it is thinner than the pad's own packaging. The Zoom is meant for speed and the low height should make it quite comfortable. We take a few mice for a spin and let you know if the hard surface stays in place and does the job.

Review: 21-Way Mousepad Roundup

Category: Input Devices, Mouse Pad
Posted: April 21, 2007 06:56AM
Author:


Madshrimps - In this large roundup we test 21 mousepads from RatPadz, Allsop, Compad, Nuke, Rantopad, Raptor-Gaming, Sharkoon and Steelpad, comparing their gliding performance, characteristics and overall look and feel...When I was offered to test a series of mouse pads I was quite sceptical at first, I had been using the smooth surface area of my desk for several years with an optical mouse and didn’t feel the need to go out and buy a mouse pad. However after only having tested one of the mouse pads I came to realize what I had been missing out on, my mouse responded better in games and applications, took less effort to move around and my overall experience was improved. As time passed by and I swapped mouse pads I noticed that not all are created equal and some do better at certain tasks than others. During a period of over 5 weeks I compared 21 mouse pads while I did AutoCad work, Photoshop manipulations, web browsing, Office work and of course gaming

Review: XTracPads Pro

Category: Mouse Pad
Posted: April 19, 2007 06:47PM
Author: Dale Shuck


techPowerUp - The XTracPads Pro is a specialty mouse pad. The smooth surface and small size coupled with a great sense of accuracy make it perfect for RPG or real time strategy gamers. We take a close look at each of these attributes and its durability to see if it is the pro choice for these type of games.

Review: Steel Series Steelpad Qck Heavy Mouse Pad

Category: Mouse Pad
Posted: April 19, 2007 03:54AM
Author: Dale Shuck


Tweak News - What can I say, it's a mouse pad, a HUGE mouse pad. It does its job and it does it well. Throughout my testing it held up to all the abuse I could throw at it, including a coffee spill, a little dabbing with a cloth and careful wiping it was good as new again. If you like cloth mouse pads and need a lot of room to move your mouse around then I can see no reason why you shouldn't get a SteelPad QcK Heavy.

Review: Flexiglow Cyber Snipa Tracer Mousepad

Category: Mouse Pad
Posted: April 18, 2007 04:45AM
Author: Dale Shuck


Tweaknews - Anyone who is serious about gaming should take a closer look at the Tracer mouse pad. The ultra-slick surface is just the right size and performed great with both a laser and optical mouse. Movements were fast and precise without the mouse overly sliding around and because it's so thin I didn't experience wrist soreness like I have in the past with thicker pads.

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