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Monoprice Precision Gaming Surface Reviews

mumyoryu

Good mouse pad on the cheap

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Pros: Slick, not too much friction with mouse

Cons: Smells of chemicals out of the box

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 close. The pad's dimensions are 13.75" by 10" which is just fine for me as I have limited space on my keyboard tray and I play with a relatively high sensitivity. Monoprice also offers an XL version which is 17.5" by 13.75 for you low-sens pad sweepers. The design is simple, just a black mousepad with...
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