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  • 79% (186)
    AWW YEA
  • 20% (47)
    No
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post #21 of 103
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Originally Posted by ShortySmalls;14335201 
if i go to a lan party i have a random hard one i bought at walmart but its old and sticky now.

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post #22 of 103
I've always used a mouse pad because before on the crappy desks I have owned it chewed through the feet of the mouse way to fast, and it was just easier to have a soft pad that didn't do that and my mice suddenly lasted longer...
 
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post #23 of 103
Mouse pad!

I used to use an old freebie but got the new EVGA ones and must say like it better then the freebie or using my desk.
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post #24 of 103
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Originally Posted by bfreddyberg;14335355 
I've always used a mouse pad because before on the crappy desks I have owned it chewed through the feet of the mouse way to fast, and it was just easier to have a soft pad that didn't do that and my mice suddenly lasted longer...

Same here, this is really the main reason I use a mouse pad. I do also find it's overall more consistent too. Gaming for awhile on just a flat desk I found would buff the surface of the desk in areas and make it more resistant than the un-buffed surface.
post #25 of 103
If you want to keep the feet of a good gaming mouse in good condition, use a mousepad.

Buy a half decent one and you'll be set, I was a no mousepad man till I bought a good one, much nicer to use than a desk.

Also don't buy the tiny ones, get one with a good surface area so you can move comfortably, you'll never go back.
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post #26 of 103
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Originally Posted by mjpd1983;14335539 
If you want to keep the feet of a good gaming mouse in good condition, use a mousepad.

Buy a half decent one and you'll be set, I was a no mousepad man till I bought a good one, much nicer to use than a desk.

Also don't buy the tiny ones, get one with a good surface area so you can move comfortably, you'll never go back.

This! +1
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post #27 of 103
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Originally Posted by Cyrekk;14335349 
You can get glass mousepads! also aluminum ones haha, but apparently they kill the wrist when gliding across for a while.

where did you find glass mousepads?
post #28 of 103
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Originally Posted by mnkeyprince;14335885 
where did you find glass mousepads?

HERE
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post #29 of 103
AWW YEAHHH I use one and I love it ♥

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post #30 of 103
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Originally Posted by brl3git;14336389 
AWW YEAHHH I use one and I love it ♥

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BWAHAHA that thing is ridiculous! I love it!
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