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So I know theres tons of these questions already but I don't like hijacking peoples threads. I use a piece of paper as of now and have for a few months, not because I'm cheap but because it's super thin and I liked the resistance it was giving me. It works fine on my desk as it's own but it's too slippery thus the paper had just the nice amount of resistance I like.

So...any ideas? I was looking at razors but obviously you can't tell what the resistance is like by looking at it.

Thanks in advance.
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I use a Steelseries Qck Mass mouse pad, and I love it. There isn't any inhibitive resistance, but it's not smooth enough to make the mouse slide too much.
     
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Im using a R.A.T. 7 on a cheap razer kabuto and like the combo. Wanted to try the megasoma but that was a little out of my price range for a mat. The kabuto is nice and soft with rubber stick on the bottom so it doesn't slide around. Not necessarily as slick as paper but definitely smooth.
 
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Puretrak talent or classic?
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Originally Posted by zouk52 View Post
I use a Steelseries Qck Mass mouse pad, and I love it. There isn't any inhibitive resistance, but it's not smooth enough to make the mouse slide too much.
what's the thickness like? I hate the moupads that have that little bit of height that makes it awkward, the picture on newegg makes it look like it rises up a bit
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post #6 of 19
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what's the thickness like? I hate the moupads that have that little bit of height that makes it awkward, the picture on newegg makes it look like it rises up a bit
Those are pretty thick and gives you a really heavy feeling, if you like smooth, you might wanna go with:

http://store.razerzone.com/store/raz...oryId.35210800
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those wrist things are bad for your wrist especially gaming
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post #8 of 19
what is your price range and would you prefer a hard or soft matt??
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post #9 of 19
Atm I'm using the XTRAC Ripper XXL. It takes up alot of real estate on the desk top, but I like it. On my Naos 5000 surface score its getting a "good" which is about two steps down from "excellent". Still looking for a small pad for just the mouse to lay ontop of the Ripper.
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post #10 of 19
I bought this Xai on sale with a free Steelseries Qck mouse pad and I have to say this mouse is the best mouse I have ever used. It just melts in my hands.

Some people say that Hard pads are better for laser sensors, but I personally prefer the feel of cloth and the Xai works great on it as far as I can tell.
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