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I'd try one if they weren't obligatorily green. Options plx. I hate green and it just doesn't match anything in my office, or any of my peripherals. In this day and age of super customization I have no idea why companies insist on keeping their original color schemes. Razer with green, CM with red, etc.
Colors don't concern me, if it performs well I don't care what it looks like.
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post #42 of 42
I'm using this one for one of my PCs:
http://www.cshyde.com/c4web/C4Ngen04.htm
I like it because it's very thin, I practically don't feel the edge. But if the table is suitable I prefer not to use a mouse pad at all.
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