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Mad Catz G.L.I.D.E. 9 Aluminium Gaming Surface Reviews

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Mad Catz G.L.I.D.E. 9 Aluminium mousemat review

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Pros: + Great tracking + Smooth glide + Good controllability + Good looking + Durable and consistent + Large size (391x315mm) + Thin (~2mm)

Cons: -Brushed Aluminium grain-H/V glide (10:9) -Poor comfort vs. cloth -Potential issues with cold/condensation -Base grip is not great -Expensive

Mad Catz G.L.I.D.E. 9 Aluminium mouse surface review Introduction As the time we use our computers forever increases we find ourselves wearing out peripherals faster than ever. While $60/€45/£35 sounds like a ludicrous amount for a mouse pad, when you consider it will probably out last a cloth pad by 3-4 times, plastic mats by nearly as much and will give you improved tracking if you are using a laser mouse; it starts to make more sense. I have been using an Icemat gen 1 (treated glass)(now known as the Steelseries experience i-1/2) for 8 years and I have a hard time seeing or feeling any difference between the most used areas of the mat vs the relatively unused edges. When you buy a...
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