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Choosing a mouse pad.

Discussion in 'Mice and Surfaces' started by spiritranger, Jan 21, 2016.

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  1. Shyzune

    Shyzune Member

    Man the firefly ist Amazing. 75$ is a lot for a mousepad but man it's worth the money twice.
  2. FrozenBitch

    FrozenBitch Active Member

    oh, is it the hard surface causing it to wear out fast?..
  3. MochaRaf

    MochaRaf Active Member

    Just in time for the new Tomb Raider mouse pad release, if that is your style of course.
    nagato7 likes this.
  4. PakQiiin

    PakQiiin Member

    well go for Goliathus since it is the most stable mousepad lel
  5. I suppose so. It just acts like sandpaper on the mouse it feels, or the mouse feet. After few months you start to see it.
  6. FrozenBitch

    FrozenBitch Active Member

    oh, that's inconvenient though. Razer is making money out of the mouse feet, haha
  7. one20five

    one20five New Member

    Has anyone had any issues with the vespula?
  8. mrsun87

    mrsun87 Active Member

    You will need to go out to an electronic store that sells razer products and feel out the mousepad to see which one you like.
  9. forevercrl

    forevercrl Active Member

    find a mouse pad stick on the desk so that can fit the table is a good selection
  10. KappaSh0t

    KappaSh0t Member

    I am currently using a G302 with a Goliathus Speed it works perfectly fine
  11. Butla98

    Butla98 Member

    The real Asian way. Respect, brotha
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  12. FrozenBitch

    FrozenBitch Active Member

  13. Get a Mousepad, now the question is what types of games you need it for... if you like games like DOTA and LOL, get a "speed" edition mouse pad; if you play games like CS:GO get a "control" mousepad
    you also need to decide if you want a hard mouse pad or a cloth one... the cloth ones usually give you more control while the hard ones are better for speed
  14. spiritranger7

    spiritranger7 Member

    Yes, I tend to play more games like r6 siege, Division(beta, will come out in march) So I will go for a control pad
  15. FrozenBitch

    FrozenBitch Active Member

    Goliathus control Extended then
  16. Candybar121

    Candybar121 Member

    Personally I don't use mousepads, as I don't notice a difference with or without one.
  17. mdaly001

    mdaly001 Active Member

    I have a hard one from Razer. I forget which one. Love it! And it comes with a carrying case!
  18. FrozenBitch

    FrozenBitch Active Member

    A mousepad with a carrying case?..
  19. rruuookk3840

    rruuookk3840 Member

    Goliathus all the way !
  20. Pffpro

    Pffpro Member

    Its really different per person... you must get mouse pad for your style...
    if you like speed you can get speed pad , if you make control stuff you must get control and etc.
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