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Do they make these for trackballs because that's what I use?
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Originally Posted by E-Peen View Post
This one? I might buy it right now.

Amazon.com: SteelSeries QcK Mini Mouse Pad (Black): Electronics

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.
That's the smallest one, I have the regular and the QcK+ which is pretty big.

I'm not sure how powerful your sub is, but my G500 feels solid on it and I've never had that problem. I have a klipsch promedia 2.1 sub right next to my table leg and I haven't had any cursor problems.
 
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For many years I've considered that gaming peripherals are not worth the price, however, now I come to know that there are lots of benefits of getting an expensive mouse pad. A gaming mouse pad protects your expensive gaming mouse, improves its mouse's technology.
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