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Mousepads similar to the Puretrak Talent

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Hey, do you guys have any suggestions for mousepads most similar to the puretrak talent in glide and friction? Would prefer if the mousepads were bigger and durable too. smile.gif Thanks!
Edited by ktcktc - 6/9/16 at 4:08pm
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The Glorious mouse pads are cheaper than the Pure Trak, come in a lot of different sizes, and have the same sort of glide. Slick but not so much that it's hard to control, I've been using it for months now and am very happy with it. At this point if I try anything else it's purely curiosity.
post #3 of 10
I guess I have to ask what's wrong with the talent???
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I guess I have to ask what's wrong with the talent???
PureNick is a conman.
Edited by cuad - 6/9/16 at 12:53pm
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I tried one last year. To me, the glide seems faster than the talent to me and I couldn't really get used to it.

Could anyone compare the GTF-X to the talent? Is it faster or slower? Thanks.
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G-TFX is faster, but also different. It has a harder, rougher surface while Talent is silky smooth. The G-SR would be more similar to the Talent.
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I tried one last year. To me, the glide seems faster than the talent to me and I couldn't really get used to it.

Could anyone compare the GTF-X to the talent? Is it faster or slower? Thanks.

I bought a gtf speed..which I believe was the predecessor the the gtfx and I didn't like it at all. It was fast for sure but it also sounded like sandpaper under my mouse. I seriously felt like it was going to grind my mouse feet off in a month. I didn't like the feel or the sound. Went back to the talent and never looked back
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Hmm I have the gsr and it feels way too high friction for my tastes. If the gtfx is too low friction, what about the logitech g640 and how does it compare to the talent? Are the team versions of the g640 any different from the normal one and are they durable? Thanks for all the help. smile.gif
post #9 of 10
I dont know anything about the g640 honestly.

I used a qck+ and it was ok but after a while I could feel a difference in speed when I moved over an area I used a lot...like the pad was wearing differently there than it was everywhere else. It felt a little like it was sticky...not really sticky but the mouse would slow down a bit in the transition. I didn't like it.

I also wanted a faster pad so I tried the Talent because numerous people said it was the fastest cloth pad you could get. Im not sure I can say I noticed a speed difference, maybe a little, but it doesn't get that wear spot like the QCK did. I like it so much that after the brief encounter with the GTF Speed I haven't wanted or needed to try a different pad.
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G-TFX is faster, but also different. It has a harder, rougher surface while Talent is silky smooth. The G-SR would be more similar to the Talent.
Well based on http://www.test-gear.pl/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/Zestawienie-podk%C5%82adek-TGPL.jpg (first line: speed, 2nd - control, 3 - smoothness, 5 - how easy can u stop ur mouse at point)
g-tfx is one of the fastest material pad (well i know it's named hybrid), g-sr is getting slow within 2-3 months (nearly as the QCK), talent is rather right between both. I'd vote for hyperx fury as closer to the talent.
Edited by drewno - 6/17/16 at 9:45am
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