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eZova Zo9 Elegant Ceramic Mousepad mini review

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I've been looking for an alternative/replacement to the steelseries icemat for years and believe i've finally stumbled upon one. I ordered the eZova Zo9 from amazon and it just arrived today. At (270 x 200 x 5mm; feet 1.8mm) it's considerably smaller than the majority of gaming mouse pads today which is a plus for me as a high dpi gamer (I only end up using a tiny section of larger mouse pads). It's made of tempered glass with a textured ceramic coating which produces less noise than the icemat and just enough drag to maintain easy control. I would say it falls between the Mionix Ensis 320 Black and Razer Manticor in terms of mouse glide (I loved the Manticor but just found it too slippery to be accurate with). I've also been a big fan of the func mouse pads for years but they wear out incredibly quick causing the sensor in my kone pure to have tracking problems at times, i'm hoping this mouse pad will be a solution to that problem (mouse feet are cheap). I've never done any type of mouse pad/mouse review but i'll do my best to answer any questions or perform tests with the equipment I have. I have the following gaming mice to test with if anyone has questions:

Roccat kone pure
Roccat kone pure optical
Roccat kone XTD
Logitech G500
Logitech G9x
Corsair M60

Roccat kone pure on the pad.


Decent shot of the ceramic coating. (full size shows much better detail)


The pad came with a carrying pouch, microfiber cloth and some small mouse feet.

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Hopefully this will be helpful for someone.
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I bought several icemat's when I saw they were being discontinued. I really like the glass ones and this seemed to be a good alternative but the problem is its smaller than the larger icemat =(. I really need to find a similar or glass mousepad that is larger. The large icemat was actually already a bit smaller than what I wanted. I need something that is like 350mmx300mm or larger.
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Originally Posted by ae-?a View Post

I bought several icemat's when I saw they were being discontinued. I really like the glass ones and this seemed to be a good alternative but the problem is its smaller than the larger icemat =(. I really need to find a similar or glass mousepad that is larger. The large icemat was actually already a bit smaller than what I wanted. I need something that is like 350mmx300mm or larger.

This. I loved the feel of my Icemat, but it was way to small for me. I would never have to change pads again if they'd just make one roughly the size of a Zowie G-TF.
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Originally Posted by DivineDark View Post

This. I loved the feel of my Icemat, but it was way to small for me. I would never have to change pads again if they'd just make one roughly the size of a Zowie G-TF.

I ended up buying this:

http://sheetglass.net/08g-pad/ultra/index.htm

400mm x 350mm. It looks like the company doesn't make them anymore but someone was selling a used one on yahoo auction japan and I used a merchant who can forward-ship the item to me. I hope its as good as I hope. Looking forward to finally having a large glass mousepad.
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