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Trouble find a good matched mousepad for my needs

post #1 of 7
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Hello people from overclock.net,

I have trouble finding a good mousepad for my needs.
Cloth mousepad has a lot of friction ,cant fast react like a hardmousepad (Qck heavy ,Goliathus control and speed)
Hybdrides mousepad are a bit better decent speed ,still lot of drag (Qpadt CT,SS 5L)
I like hard mousepad the reaction so fast ,but is hard to be steady in more stress related situations. (9HD ,scarab)

Its hard to find a good mousepad they have all something i not really like about it.

What is smartest to do buy another mousepad , like the come'ing manticore mousepad from Razer to see if metal mousepad is the right choice?

Or just play with my hardmousepad and hope someday i get completely used to it.
post #2 of 7
I would try the Zowie GT-F Speed.

Very quick but still the control of cloth pads
post #3 of 7
Have you tried a puretrak talent? It has a very fast glide, yet you can stop on a dime because of the cloth surface. Also it tracks pretty much perfectly. It is the best mousepad I have used and I have used quite a few pads to compare it too. It's a very BIG mousepad though, so unless you want that you might not like it.

http://www.puretrak.com/products/item/6
Edited by immakulate - 11/16/12 at 6:04am
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post #4 of 7
Some of the pads that might suit your needs (great glide and good control): Artisan Hien/Raiden, Zowie G-TFS/P-TFS... glide and control are both between the cloth pads and hard pads you mentioned.
post #5 of 7
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puretrak talent
Zowie GT-F Speed. thanks for the tips gonna search some reviews about it.

I was thinking myself for Epicgear hybride mousepad or wait for Razer Manticor or destructor 2 .
It can also be my mousefeet that give not really a smooth feel gonna look aabout it aswell.

I use laser SS Sensei mouse ,so i prefer hard-hybride then soft mousepad in that order.
post #6 of 7
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puretrak talent
Zowie GT-F Speed. thanks for the tips gonna search some reviews about it.
I was thinking myself for Epicgear hybride mousepad or wait for Razer Manticor or destructor 2 .
It can also be my mousefeet that give not really a smooth feel gonna look aabout it aswell.
I use laser SS Sensei mouse ,so i prefer hard-hybride then soft mousepad in that order.

Sensei tracks and glides very well on Zowie P/G-TF Speed (almost as good as on 4HD), so it's not a great concern, and it has more control for your need wink.gif Avago 9500 isn't really so bad with cloth pads
post #7 of 7
Ratpadz XT. I would also recommend a mouse that you can adjust sensitivity on the fly.
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