Originally Posted by HWI
Leather with an aluminum backing =/= a hard pad. You obviously fail to understand why a laser sensor rarely works well on a soft pad, but please continue with your ignorant comments, they are fun to read.
Amusing… if thick piece of aluminum does not equal a hard pad, what does? Your cheap plastic?
What's really funny is your total ignorance about materials and how they can be used. You know there's 100s of types of leather surfaces right? I'm only here to tell you there are better options out there, but if you're going to be a douche about it, by all means, continue spending $50 on a piece of marketed plastic.
What really tops it off is, you never even used a leather mouse pad before…
Originally Posted by polizei
You are quite ignorant. Gamers don't know anything about leather mousepads probably because they don't work as well! Steel Series mousepads were and ARE tested by professional gamers before the release. I have an original that's quite old and it's held up great, and it's cloth. You obviously have no idea what your talking about, when you link a $38 mousepad that's not going to work as well as a $10 one. Give me a break.
I won't be surprised if the next thing you says is that those micro mice are better for gaming over something from Logitech or Steel Series.
Really? Tested by professionals? Who says? Because the marketing company who is trying to sell you their pads said so? Because they hired and PAID a few "professionals" to say so?
Wow! you are so smart.
You are incredibly gullible aren't you?
Hey, I have this new weight loss pill and I hired a few celebrities on my show to say it works. It's works because I hired "very popular celebrities" on my show and they SAY IT WORKS!