Cons: Not wide enough
Mouse Pads & Accessories
Pros: Does not move around on the desk during hard gaming session
Cons: None that I have found yet
Pros: Nearly frictionless, Great grip on desk, Minimalist, Visually appealing, Great tracking
Cons: Glossy outer ring finger prints, Can be loud
Pros: Great for low sens
Cons: Overkill for high sens ^-^
“I bought one of these at Bestbuy when I was picking up my new 27", I have had several "gaming" mouse pads over the years most were foam pads with a hard plastic shell, the Rocketfish has an Aluminum plate (most likely T6 judging by it's rigidity) as is base with a Black Teflon surface applied to both sides, one side is marked control and the other is marked speed, I have noticed a large...” --slickwilly
“The Feenix Dimora is a brand new mousepad from Feenix. Feenix brands themselves as a boutique peripheral manufacturer. The mousepad definitely matches this description. The pad comes in a simple matte black box. The only graphic on the box is Feenix's logo on the front. Included in the box is obviously the mousepad itself, but also a personalized customer support card. This card states your...” --WilliamGayde
“Made an unpacking video also: At first its the packaging... it really costs the same or more as the mousepad itself. Hard cardbox, with velour foams inside, a satin reclaimer tape... awesome. Then you have on the desk, and it is impressive, how easy the mouse glides. I have an MS-3, and it is WAY better on any side of this mousepad, than it was on my old steelseries qck. Even if i treated the...” --LocutusH
“I bought one of these recently and noticed when searching online there wasnt much discussion about the surface so thought I'd put a bit of information out there for anyone else. Its a UK store brand and not resold anywhere outside of the retailer overclockers.co.uk they do international delivery though so its available to all. The mat dimensions are 890mm x 450mm x 3mm I use a sensitivity of...” --Sencha
Take the XTracPads Ripper Optical Mouse pad and start to have a remarkable gaming experience. This soft and comfortable mouse pad features a silky surface and a sure grip rubber base to stay extremely flexible and durable if it is properly taken care of, and thanks to the Large Hexagons with random dot configuration, you will get precise control of your mouse and minimize the miss-click rate....
Mionix Propus 380 is the physical answer to performance, design and innovation. The new developed surface is treated with a special silver-metallic plastic coating. According to test results, this special coating offers optimal tracking conditions and improves the overall performance of the mouse movements. A thin base made of PVC-plastic has been implemented to give the stability from a hard...
Next generation of coated mouse pad, the Alioth 320, is suitable for all type of gaming. The surface is made of an extremely smooth cloth that allows users to do exact and precise movements. The backside is made of rubber-based material offering a combination of firm grip and great performance. Alioth 320 is the ultimate mouse pad for players who like to play with high sensitivity without...
“Well, the pros and cons already tell everything, so this will be just an add. story. I've always searched for a pad fulfilling the above criteria and before the hybrid pads made their way i/you had to settle with soft pads (flexible, comfort and silent - but not the fastest, depending on sensor may not precise enough and due to it's liability you had to replace them ever 1-2 years) or hard...” --diNovoM
“There's not really a whole lot I can say about this thing...it's a mouse pad . It is great though, the surface material is very smooth and doesn't offer a whole lot of resistance and so I can move my mouse around easily. I have an Allsop Raindrop XL and Mionix Alioth 320, and of the three the Alioth gives the most resistance, with the Monoprice being the least, though the Raindrop XL comes...” --mumyoryu