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post #11 of 22
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I will look into the Goliathus, but with the Vespula I am worried since there has been a lot of comments of it wearing in the newegg reviews..

My Naga is over a year old and I am not sure how worn the "feet" are..
post #12 of 22
Goliathus... Speed Edition.

That should be the only choice IMO.

I've had my naga ultimate and goliathus for about 2 years now (maybe a little less) and I couldn't be happier.
 
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post #13 of 22
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How do I tell if its the new edition with the anti fray edging? Razer and Newegg doesnt say anything about the edges..
post #14 of 22
In New Egg:
Try looking at the description if it has the Anti Fraying thingy.

In Razer website:
No need to worry they updated everything. So what i mean is that Razer wont be sending the old version ones, they will send the newer version ones instead.
Oh yeah and it comes in 3 sizes
Omega ( Small )
No name for medium just Goliathus itself
Alpha ( Large )

And here is the website
http://www.razerzone.com/gaming-mouse-pads/razer-goliathus-speed-edition

(As you can see the picture of the Goliathus, on the upper right corner it's written "All new" so that means it is the updated version, and in the picture the stitches are not seen properly)

In new egg:
And for your Razer Naga you could buy branded mousefeet such as X-TRAC

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817114173

You just have to cut them off ( do not use scissors )
Use a nice one for cutting tough stuff

In Razer:
They sell Razer Mousefeet for Naga smile.gif

http://www.razerzone.com/gaming-accessories/razer-mousefeet
post #15 of 22
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I would only get new feet if I was going with a hard pad...

I will chat newegg and see what they say..

The new version of the Goliathus is thinner?

Newegg and Razor have both the same thickness 4mm.. Maybe its all the new pads?

Razer shipping is $13 its crazy!
Edited by JMattes - 10/6/12 at 11:24am
post #16 of 22
Yep the newest Razer Goliathus is thinner i hate it, but it has the anti-fraying stitches which is good.

Get the description of the Razer Goliathus from the Razer website and compare it to the description of newegg's razer goliathus. See if it matches.

And yeah the shipping is expensive.
post #17 of 22
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Razer says overall size is 4.3mm on thickness but then lists 4mm.
Newegg says nothing about the edges, and lists it at 4mm.

Maybe I will go to best buy..
post #18 of 22
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Defus3 View Post

Yep the newest Razer Goliathus is thinner i hate it, but it has the anti-fraying stitches which is good.
Get the description of the Razer Goliathus from the Razer website and compare it to the description of newegg's razer goliathus. See if it matches.
And yeah the shipping is expensive.

Order the new one off ebay for $10 shipped.
post #19 of 22
Oh wow, Im still using both Razer Naga and a Razer Kabuto mouse pad... guess I shouldnt be surprised but its cool to see someone was using the exact same products as me xD I also own a hard Razer mouse pad (not sure the name) but I prefer the Kabuto over it. I use a laptop so the portability of the Kabuto (which personally i think is its only highlight) is perfect.
post #20 of 22
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I actually started with the orochi I think it was which is wired and wireless and I had the kabuto mouse pad.. I was using this set up on a laptop BC u can throw the kabuto on top of the key board and close the.lid..

Then I moved to a PC and kept the pad but got the naga..

Accidently cut the kabuto with an exacto blade but it still worked great for the last year and I half..

Just felt it was time for an upgrade.. will probably just put the kabuto back with the laptop so I have it in case I need to be portable
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