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Razer goliathus speed
post #12 of 15
The Qpad CT has sharp edges, at least the two i bought. BUt you can shave it a bit with somthing then its not sharp anymore:D
post #13 of 15
Zowie PTF / GTF - or the speed version for less friction. I guess you use you mouse like me, with wrist constantly rubbing over the edge of mousepad. The stitched edging means no more wrist pain.
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post #14 of 15
The most obvious choice would be the Zowie G-TF/P-tf speed. The friction is probally the lowest for a clothpad yet it's very comfortable with the rounded corners and surface
post #15 of 15
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Yeah, Zowie G-TF Speed was one of the mousepads I was considering, but eventually I decided for the Roccat Taito 3mm.

So far I'm happy with it. It glides very well (except on the logo in the corner--they could have made it smaller or different or did away with it completely, but no big deal). Comparable to the C4 pad I had before, perhaps even a bit faster now that the old pad was used and became stickier.
Tracking is flawless as far as I can tell.

It does have a rough edge at the bottom, though. Sometimes my sleeve would get caught in it and in the long term the mousepad could get damaged/frayed.
But I was prepared for this. I just taped the bottom edge to the table (so that half of the tape width is on the mousepad, half on the table) and it's much better.
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