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XTRAC Ripper XXL Mouse Pad Review

Former staff writer    -   May 2, 2006


Specifications
Features:

  • Silky smooth solid black surface
  • Quiet operation
  • Very flexible
  • HUGE mousing surface
  • (2) 5" strips of XTracPads Mad Tape�

Specifications;
  • 36"w x 18"h x 1/8" (914mm w X 457mm h)
  • Sure Grip rubber backing
  • Cloth mousing surface
  • XTracPads Ripper XXL�
  • Designed in the USA
  • Made in the USA

Tested and 100% compatible with the following mice:

Logitech: MX300/500/510/518/700/1000 G5 & G7

Microsoft: Intellimouse Explorer 3.0/4.0 Laser Mouse 6000

Apple: Mighty Mouse

Testing
The best way to test a mousing surface is to play a game or two, especially since I tend to always run out of surface. I will state, "I never once ran out of surface with this pad." Since my gaming station (workstation when I'm talking to my wife) has a keyboard tray, I was able to utilize the whole pad for my test.

What do most gamers look for in a mousing surface? "Speed, and sensitivity." My mouse glided over the surface like a well-oiled engine. I never had a snag or suffered any loss of time due to repositioning my mouse. The funny thing I did noticed is that I do use a lot of surface when I'm gaming and it was nice to have the surface to meet my needs.


Testing the mouse right handed. If I can keep it on the surface as spastic as I am using my right hand, anyone can.


After I was done with my ambidextrous testing of the XTRAC Ripper XXL, without a keyboard on it, I decided to test it with a keyboard on the surface. I do have to say I wasn't very impressed, the keyboard took up room on the surface and I felt as if I was using a slightly larger then normal mousing surface.




  1. Introduction & Closer Look
  2. Specifications & Testing
  3. Conclusion
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