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A $50 mouse-pad?? :doh:

Regardless of how good it really is, it just can't justify the pricing IMO.

A descent or good mousepad should be priced in between $25-30 at max.

 

Anyway, it's a good review. :)

Edited by d6bmg

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yeah that was the hardest thing for me, I really wanted to mark it down for being so costly. If you read the conclusion you'll see why I didn't and they deliver what is offered. 

 

I'm using it right now and played some counter-strike go the other day and got first place :) I also spilled soda on it again, like I thought I would.

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An editor may wish to recheck the review as the very first sentence is missing a word.

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An editor may wish to recheck the review as the very first sentence is missing a word.

:rtfm:

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what has this world come to...$50 mouse pads? $30 premium mouse pads would more than suffice for anything, even as a pro gamer.

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Do these mouse pads offer more accuracy than non gaming ones? I'm interested cause its jumping when I move it mm by mm.

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even my super cheap Logitech mouse worked great . if you look at the side with high magnification you can see how neatly it's threaded . now is it better than other mouse pads or ones that are $25 . idk

 

the generic ones has low thread count that can causing that jumping . what mouse are you using?

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even my super cheap Logitech mouse worked great . if you look at the side with high magnification you can see how neatly it's threaded . now is it better than other mouse pads or ones that are $25 . idk

 

the generic ones has low thread count that can causing that jumping . what mouse are you using?

Would you buy it over a $5 pad?

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After spending some cash on a decent one I would for gaming only. My everyday mouse pad is a massive cheapy.

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After spending some cash on a decent one I would for gaming only. My everyday mouse pad is a massive cheapy.

I meant this specific one.

 

$50 is a lot for a pad with no real uniqueness IMO.

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