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post #1 of 6
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hey i m looking for an hard micepad
i ve tried many hard micepads and i didnt really like it
i got G700 as mice

Razer Megasoma, glide is ok, however not as fast as i wanted, main issue is it gonna wear out too quickly
look: 5/5 glide 3.5/5 durability 1/5

Steelserie i-2, glass surface, felt horrible, cold feeling and glide very noisy, aparently, glass surface is one of most durable micepad on the market.
look: 5/5 glide 1/5 durability 5/5

Razer Manticor , cold feeling but not as cold as i-2, mouse glide feels nearly same as on glass surface, its look is awesome, kind of simple and pure design, i like it
look: 5/5 glide 1.5/5 durability ?

Razer Destructor 2, last micepad i ve tried, well i recognize glide was amazing, as fast as precise, however, i still get cold feeling when i put my hands on during the first 5 minutes, glide proven a great feeling but its texture grips little bit your mouse (like moving on tiny grains of sand)
look 4/5 glide 4,5/5 durability ?

my preference goes to the Destructor 2 however i got a little trouble with its glide as i previously said
do you know any other mice pads?


thanks
post #2 of 6
Mouse pad choice is going to be a very personal decision but I personally love the textured feel of the Razer eXact mat but they don't make them anymore. I believe the Destructor 2 has a similar texture so that's probably what I would like to go with next. Have you looked at the Corsair pads at all? I haven't heard much on them but could be worth looking at?
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post #3 of 6
Impossible to answer especially given how specific you seem to be in your preferences. Personally I stay away from hardpads all together, though when using them the one i liked best was the Scarab, which is very similar to the destructor(2).

One advice I would give you is that whichever pad you switch to, you need to allow yourself some time to get used to it. You need to create some muscle memory so you know the force necessary to move your mouse etc. As you get used to it, every pad will feel better over time. In the beginning, it is likely that the more different the pad is from what you had used before that, the worse it will feel in the short run.
post #4 of 6
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thing is i like hard micepad because i m more focused into fast fps like unreal tournament, left for dead, quake unlike those modern fps (call duty/ battlefield)
those fast fps require very quick movement and also accurate, hard micepads provide a better glide overall, as fast as precise
destructor 2 is going to be my further purchase (i tried it before) although i wonder if anyone knows any other similar micepad
i also tried in the past a cloth pad that provided great feeling about glide, HIEN Artisan, nonetheless, there still is a low friction
cloth vs hard? what would be your choice?


EDIT: ops, sorry i didnt noticed that i put my thread in wrong section, my own apologies
post #5 of 6
More details and pictures of the new razer pads please!
post #6 of 6
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which ones? Manticor or Destructor 2
i tried them for a couple days only
Manticor texture is made in aluminium
glide provides noisy sounds and definitely my actual mice doesn't suit well to alu pad + cold feeling
Destructor 2 is made in semi flexible texture, hard texture feeling although you can twist it like a cloth pad
in a word, its actually almost one of best pad i ve tried
my best pads were func 1030 and x-ray thunder 9, old stuff like 6/7 years ago
only notice a tiny grains actually do bother me
it feels that being able to grip a little your mouse, otherwise glide is very fast
good for low sensi due to the high speed from glide
also good for high sensi due to the tiny grains

Destrucor 2 would be the best choice at current razer pads
i didnt get the opportunity to try exac mat, vespula, destructor 1
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