Razer Kabuto

Discussion in 'Mice and Surfaces' started by DaanBlankie, Apr 12, 2016.

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  1. DaanBlankie

    DaanBlankie Active Member

    Heey Everybody

    I would really like someones opinion about the razer Kabuto. I've read some reviews about it but the 'experts' don't seem to agree with eachother so I would like to know the opinion of the community
  2. ToxiC_PaiNt

    ToxiC_PaiNt Active Member

    Personally I have to say that I use the Kabuto as my main mousepad and it is excellent, but the fact that it is a very thin and flimsy surface does sometimes cause problems.
    I have no idea if that'll help, but that's just my opinion on it. Hope this helps!
  3. DaanBlankie

    DaanBlankie Active Member

    It is to become my mousepad for on the go so the very thin part is excellent. But are the problems caused by the flimsy surface major problems or just minor inconveniences? It's not going to be just for hardcore game. Mostly school and sometimes a casual gaming session.
  4. ToxiC_PaiNt

    ToxiC_PaiNt Active Member

    The flimsy surface is just a minor inconvenience. And yeah that's about how I use mine, but I've found that if you are going to be using it as an on-the-go kind of thing, it can sometimes be difficult to take it out or put into a bag unless you roll it up.. I just thought that would be a good thing to say, sorry if it was irrelevant seeming. But yeah I wouldn't say that it is a major inconvenience at all. Hope this Helps!
  5. DaanBlankie

    DaanBlankie Active Member

    It sure does thank you very much :) I think I'll pick one uo in the near future :D
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  6. kajira

    kajira Mother of Gaming

    I know nothing about the Kabuto, but I use a Megasoma as my "on the go" mouse mat, and I love it. It's softer and almost cloth-like similar to a Goliathus, but not exactly. I also roll it up for easy travel and it always flattens back out perfectly with no kinks, wrinkles or issues. The only time I have trouble with it is if there's dirt, dust or crumbs that get on it that I was unaware of, neither my Naga 2014 nor my Orochi can operate well if there is any kind of dust or debris on the mat. hehe
  7. Destrok

    Destrok Well-Known Member

    I have a Kabuto I use for when I take my Edge with me to a friends house. It works very well as a screen protector when you're on the go and can even be used to clean it. I have had no tracking issues on it, and use it to play smite and League of legends as well as general browsing when I have my Edge with me on the go. Not sure what issues you heard about, but aside from having to clean it every now and then I have no issues to report.
  8. DaanBlankie

    DaanBlankie Active Member

    Mostly reviewers complain that it's too thin. I think this is a pro. But the fact that it doubles as a screen protector and can be used to clean me screen. Seals the deal for me! I'm definitely going to get it so my orochi has a friend for on the go. (Before you ask, yes my orochi has a name and so it needs a friend)
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