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Hello, im wondering if anyone has problems with the roughness of the artisan hien on their skin? Because that is the main factor which is making me wanting to buy the Zero instead, thanks.
post #2 of 7
it feels "rough" when you first get it but you get used to it like anything else after using it for a time.
however if your skin is hyper sensitive to rougher materials i'd recommend the hayate over the zero.

i personally like the heins surface and texture so its difficult for me to say its rough or irritating to the skin. maybe the first hour of use i was like "oh ok this texture is rougher than the goliathus speed i was using" but after that it was all good.
post #3 of 7
I have a love/hate relationship with Artisan mouse pads. The hien irritates my wrist, but I love the way the mouse reacts on it. The Hayate is much smoother, but makes my wrist sweat like no other soft pad around, but again, the mouse glides like butter.
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I got a Hien Mid and no problem with it.
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post #5 of 7
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hm...so i should get hayate over zero if i dont get hien. Only problem is heard was it attracts dust easily, is it the same for the zero?
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hm...so i should get hayate over zero if i dont get hien. Only problem is heard was it attracts dust easily, is it the same for the zero?

The hien is very rough, feels like a carpet and imo probally have the most uncomfortable surface for a softpad.

The hayate is very comfortable, but you have to remember it's a completely different kind of mousepad. It can be very fast
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hm...so i should get hayate over zero if i dont get hien. Only problem is heard was it attracts dust easily, is it the same for the zero?

im a dusty guy, a swipe with the palm of your hand or a soft towel is enough to clean any debris from the hayate. i eat, drink and smoke at my desk and the pad has held up against all that.

on the other hand cleaning the hein is more of a pain because of the surface texture, it traps debris more easily and i have to use a rough cleaning pad to ensure all the dust/crumbs are removed.
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