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post #1 of 14
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hello folks

i have the puretrak complexity and i like it but the control is weak

im going spend 50$ for more pad and i want more speed and smooth control

i was thinking about puretrak talent or artisan hayate but everyone say that he dust very quick(hayate) i dont know what to choose can someone suggest me one pad 50$ that have smooth speed control thanks
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post #2 of 14
Have you tried just a regular mouse pad at all? I just got the XTRAC PADS Ripper XXL (which is just a very large mouse pad) and I'm loving it.

I've tried a lot of mouse pads over the years from the RatPad to Razer offerings to Steel Series etc and man...forgot how good just a regular ole cloth mouse pad is.

Great control while still allowing for quick and accurate response. The cushioning of the rubber and softness of the cloth also makes it very comfortable to use for extended gaming secession.

Just my recommendation!
post #3 of 14
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i will try it i would like to get some more suggestions thanks
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post #4 of 14
Talent is very good. That's what I use with my Avior 7000.
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post #5 of 14
hey guys I posted in the wrong thread just a minute ago. But,
I'm thinking of maybe trying something off the beaten path for
a mouse pad. Something like a piece of Black acrylic either highly
polished or a matte type finish basically roughing it up then
polishing it slightly in stages until I get something that the optics
tracks best with. Though I'm trying to figure out how I can measure
response and such to determine what is best.

Any ideas?
post #6 of 14
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Originally Posted by vedaire View Post

hey guys I posted in the wrong thread just a minute ago. But,
I'm thinking of maybe trying something off the beaten path for
a mouse pad. Something like a piece of Black acrylic either highly
polished or a matte type finish basically roughing it up then
polishing it slightly in stages until I get something that the optics
tracks best with. Though I'm trying to figure out how I can measure
response and such to determine what is best.

Any ideas?

Enotus mouse test.
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post #7 of 14
Though I'm trying to figure out how I can measure response and such to determine what is best.SShln1
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Though I'm trying to figure out how I can measure response and such to determine what is best.SShln1

Response?
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post #9 of 14
razer sphex. 15 bucks and it kicks a$$. It's super crazy low friction and ultra thin
post #10 of 14
cardboard. no joke. costs nothing, tracks perfectly with anything, and is nearly frictionless.
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