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post #21 of 44
Alugraphics Gamer Pro XXL . Edgy name, but it is amazing. Insanely fast surface, there is no difference glide-wise in between starting to move the mouse or already moving it. Also the surface won't eat your mouse feet as most plastic pads do. Quite expensive but comes with a 10 year warranty.
Edited by James N - 4/21/17 at 3:51am
post #22 of 44
always wanted to try it, but didn't get around to it. seemed like a really nice mousepad.
kind of textured anodized alu right?
post #23 of 44
yup. fantastic pad imo, and the thinnest i've ever seen. definitely not the fastest though, not like the F30 for example.
packaging unfortunately was the very worst i've ever seen. mine actually came with damage around the edges, but i chose to keep it because 1) the hassle and cost of returning it and 2) it doesn't matter for use anyway.

if you want, i can grab it and compare to glass. never actually had them next to eachother.
post #24 of 44
well sure, I'd love to hear the comparison-
but I know for sure I won't get it, I'm done with hard pads tongue.gif
so depends if you feel like doing the comparison yourself.

officially done with buying mousepads now, the "Cherry" deskpad which is kind of like a Hien/G-TFX is the closest I've come to ideal... hope it lasts!
(not the fastest pad there is by any stretch though, just being chatty)
post #25 of 44
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yup. fantastic pad imo, and the thinnest i've ever seen. definitely not the fastest though, not like the F30 for example.
packaging unfortunately was the very worst i've ever seen. mine actually came with damage around the edges, but i chose to keep it because 1) the hassle and cost of returning it and 2) it doesn't matter for use anyway.

if you want, i can grab it and compare to glass. never actually had them next to eachother.

Yea mine came in a plastic bag, that was it. At least it had some spare mouse feet for the IME. I was actually surprised that a mousepad comes with mouse feet. I still prefer cloth mousepads, but this is definitely one of the better hardpads i tried.
post #26 of 44
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http://twed2k.org/blog/okkk/tid=309765

Ooooooo.. biggrin.gif

Bought the XL version measuring in at 16.06' X 12.05'.

When it arrives and if I am back in town, shall be using it with my G403 here to see if it's better than most other 'slick' mouse pads available.

Love that it claims it's "Made in Japan", hopefully it is indeed from there and not another phony product making these dubious claims about where it was made.
Edited by Elrick - 4/21/17 at 7:32pm
post #27 of 44
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still not convinced that a PTFE pad is going to last much longer than a glass or anodized alu pad though!
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Bought the XL version measuring in at 16.06' X 12.05'.

When it arrives and if I am back in town, shall be using it with my G403 here to see if it's better than most other 'slick' mouse pads available.

Love that it claims it's "Made in Japan", hopefully it is indeed from there and not another phony product making these dubious claims about where it was made.

I hope you post your IN-DEPTH REVIEW about it when it arrives, so you can collaborate something to the forum other than being annoying.

I wanted to buy it, but it's more than $130 for me and it would take around a month to arrive. Not even counting that there's no reviews about it.

So if you give us your IN-DEPTH REVIEW about it; I would greatly appreciate IT.

Also, make sure to BUY A GREAT CAMERA, and to COMPARE it to other mousepads you may have, SO WE CAN make an idea about HOW FAST it is.

thank YOU.
post #28 of 44
we will never know...

but you can get the pad cheaper through a proxy and get it in a week or two if you want to. assuming it's in stock in Japan.

Tenso is my favourite japanese proxy.
post #29 of 44
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we will never know...

but you can get the pad cheaper through a proxy and get it in a week or two if you want to. assuming it's in stock in Japan.

Tenso is my favourite japanese proxy.

SoftEther uses proxies hosted on people's own computers (aka, residential IPs). Would look more believable that way.

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post #30 of 44
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SoftEther uses proxies hosted on people's own computers (aka, residential IPs). Would look more believable that way.

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no no like actual shipping proxy.

you pay the company to order an item for you, then they pack it up in Japan and ship it off to you outside of Japan. tongue.gif
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