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i've actually only owned the Alugraphics Gamerpro XXL. all the others i could find were too small for me, so i never even tried them.
the gamerpro xxl is not cheap, and it seems to ship only from germany.


that said though, i love the pad.
- it's the thinnest pad i've ever owned.
- it works extremely well with almost all sensors (one exception is my zowie fk2 with the 3310).
- the only way you can wear it down is by scratching it with your keys or something. but your nails or mouse (feet) will certainly never wear it down.
- it's incredibly easy to clean. a random piece of cloth + some warm water is all you need. the cloth won't get stuck on the texture of the path (this happens on some plastic pads which is why i mention it).

not sure what else to say. the only thing you wanna be sure to avoid is bending it. i bend mine, sadface. (it's really, really thin!)


edit: its size is 420 x 315 x 0.8 btw
Edited by Bucake - 10/8/16 at 9:23am
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Originally Posted by crzg View Post

Can you recommend me a good alu pad, preferably large size?

The MM600 works for me and it definitely seems to improve sensor performance for my crappy Microsoft mice.
    
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