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What would be your suggested hard mousepad for a g9x. I'm feeling quite lazy and I want to get one from worst buy. These are currently the ones I'm looking at. I've been using the QCK and the QCK+ and both haven't been able to do it for me way too much tracking/accel oddities for being 1-3 months in with a mouse.

http://www.bestbuy.com/site/Rocketfi...ePad&cp=1&lp=2

http://www.bestbuy.com/site/Razer+-+...ePad&cp=3&lp=3

http://www.bestbuy.com/site/Razer+-+...Pad&cp=3&lp=15
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The Steelseries HD series of mouse pads work really well with the sensor in the G9X, I really liked the 4HD with my G500 when I still used it. Unfortunately it looks like they're both sold out on BB, you could try the Sphex but my experience with it has been terrible.

The adhesive backing on the Sphex I had came off on my desk and I to spend a couple of hours trying to scrape off the adhesive, there is still some left to this day.

Basically all of the mouse pads that I would recommend for your mouse are sold out on BB.
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I post here instead of opening a new thread. I'm shopping for a new hard mousepad because mine (a cyber snipa tracer) has a smoothed section after 3 years of use and I want to get rid of the usb-lightning cable that clutters the space.

Max size must be 30x30cm. I shortlisted:
-Steelseries 4HD, cheap, made for the avago 9500 sensor
-Steelseries SX, expensive, supposedly lasts forever, maybe too smooth (i use around 2000dpi, i'm mid-senser)

Steelseries 5L and Mionix Propus 380 are too big for my desk, but they should be considered by the OP.
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