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yes, but you're going to destroy the surface you're playing on

replacing mouse feet is cheaper than replacing your mousing surface

I don't really see how it would wear of the pad. The surface that in is contact with the mouse pad is both very small and non-abrasive as the bearing balls are round. I don't think the pad is even necessary, a random rigid plastic surface would prolly work well.

The pad I have seems to be plenty rigid enough for the amount of weight I put on the mouse to last for over 9 thousand years at the least.

A mouse with a bigger surface of friction would probably wear a pad faster. So you'd be buying both more pads and teflon tape than me.
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wmo ftw.
    
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Haha im using that same mouse as we speak! I love it, only thing i don't like is the low dpi. I have mouse cursor speed maxed in windows and it's still lower than my liking My mx-518 does wonders on my gaming machine
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I don't really see how it would wear of the pad. The surface that in is contact with the mouse pad is both very small and non-abrasive as the bearing balls are round. I don't think the pad is even necessary, a random rigid plastic surface would prolly work well.

The pad I have seems to be plenty rigid enough for the amount of weight I put on the mouse to last for over 9 thousand years at the least.

A mouse with a bigger surface of friction would probably wear a pad faster. So you'd be buying both more pads and teflon tape than me.
Apparently you don't understand material hardness
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Apparently you don't understand material hardness
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So, the amount of abrasion caused over time by a material to another depends solely on the hardness differential of the two materials, and things like the amount of forces applied to the materials, the contact surface area of the materials or the roughness of their textures, such as the existence of sharp edges, have no effect at all.

You guys are retarded...
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make sure you copyright it. Like apple or they just might steal your idea
 
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