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Puretrak Talent or Roccat Taito?

post #1 of 7
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So I'm looking for some suggestions from people who have owned at least one or preferably both of these pads. My SS QcK+ are great pads, but I'm looking for something with more glide and a more 'satiny' feel. So far I have tried the Razer Goliathus speed, and the QcK+. The Goliathus had decent glide, but felt kind of odd and clamy on the hands, and seemed to soak up the sweat from my hands and the glide would suffer. The QcK+ has that kind of satin material that I like, but is a bit rough and has more friction than I'd like. I had been using hard pads for forever and recently switched to cloth when I made a jump to low DPI. Currently I'm using a Razer Imperator 2012, and I've tried it on several different surfaces- colored, black, hard and soft and seems to have no issues whatever I use it on. I'm looking for which pad has the most glide and least friction, and is comfortable on your hands when brushing your fingers across it (sometimes my pinky or wrist will drag on the pad while moving the mouse). I prefer thinner pads, so currently I'm leaning towards the Taito King size 3mm. From what I've read online, it also seems that the Talent also has QC issues- uneven surfaces, thickness, and sizes. This could be a big deal as I plan to use 2 side by side as a desk mat. The Taito is also $5.00 cheaper, and I get free shipping from Amazon. Let me know your experiences with these mats and TIA!
post #2 of 7
I tell u what buddy:

I got the Taito and i have to say, that Taito has more friction than QCK ; ) so ill guess u know where u are now ; )

Have fun !
post #3 of 7
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Thanks. Picked up a couple of Puretrak talents. Also ordered an Ikari Optical, so hopefully they play nice together smile.gif
post #4 of 7
nice choice : ) what was ur mouse before ?
post #5 of 7
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Currently using a Razer Imperator 4G. I like it, but looking for something with a grip that won't let my pinky drag on the pad. Had the Mionix Naos 5000, but was nothing but issues.
post #6 of 7
Did you order directly from Puretrak? Looking for some other places to order because the shipping seems ridiculous :/
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Yeah I did. I just had it sent priority mail. Wish I could order from Amazon but I didn't see them or any major sites carrying their product.
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