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speaking of mousepads. mine is so small

post #52 of 64
I hate using mouse pads. I would rather just use my desk surface.

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Originally Posted by jprovido View Post
speaking of mousepads. mine is so small
You suck. Very nice.
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post #53 of 64
I use a $1.50 mousepad with the Microcenter logo on it and a $4.00 Microcenter optical mouse. For some reason I feel no real need to upgrade even though I am a PC gamer that plays stuff like L4D...
    
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post #54 of 64
I never bothered with a mousemat til I noticed that my MX Revo wasn't tracking so great on a light wooden desk, and I hated fabric mats that get in the way

I bought one of these (although the logo on mine is much smaller) and I can't imagine using anything else now
post #55 of 64
I've had my Lachesis on the woof desk surface for at least 2 years now. Nothing bad about it except the fact that the rubber standings on the bottom are loose now.

So I'll eventually have to get a mousepad, or buy replacement standings from Razer.
post #56 of 64
I can't live without my Steelseries QcK+ (I have the regular version too). I'm the type of computer use that likes to do everything as fast as possible

For those who don't use a mousepad, it's like using a mouse on the wrong sensitivity that's higher than normal (when I'm not using a mousepad).

I previously used really quick plastic gaming mats but they wore out over time and were a fatiguing to use for precise work (too quick).

The regular sized QcK is only $9, so it's worth checking out
Edited by cgg123321 - 2/19/11 at 1:03pm
 
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Quote:
Originally Posted by cgg123321 View Post
I can't live without my Steelseries QcK+ (I have the regular version too). I'm the type of computer use that likes to do everything as fast as possible

For those who don't use a mousepad, it's like using a mouse on the wrong sensitivity that's higher than normal (when I'm not using a mousepad).

I previously used really quick plastic gaming mats but they wore out over time and were a fatiguing to use for precise work (too quick).

The regular sized QcK is only $9, so it's worth checking out
This one? I might buy it right now.


Will it cause the cursor to jumble around when my sub is kicking, or no? If it does, gonna have to pass. I've run it to that problem with a lot of cheapo mousepads.
post #58 of 64
Wow, Jprovido how do you clean that thing?? It's half desk cover!! I scrub my pad with a nylon brush in soapy water and towel or air dry.

I tend to get a filthy pad.
    
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post #59 of 64
Picked a megasoma off of newegg for 6 bucks out of pocket about a month ago love the hell out of it and before that had the exactmat for a few years I wore the speed side down to almost metal lol.
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