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Roccat Hiro 3D Supremacy Surface Gaming Mousepad (ROC-13-410)

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If you're looking for a battle base offering supreme acceleration- and accuracy-enhancing properties - combined with some of the most advanced build construction ever found in a gaming pad - look no further than the ROCCAT Hiro - 3D Supremacy Surface Gaming Mousepad.

Thanks to its exclusive 3D vulcanized silicone surface, mouse gliding on the Hiro is simply amazing: smooth and effortless, yet offering incredible precision. The Hiro easily boosts the speed and control of any mouse to phenomenal levels, providing demanding skirmishers the sure upper hand.

And with its additional range of exclusive build innovations - including smooth, rounded edges that won't fray - the Hiro is an ideal tool for any gamer looking to reign supreme.

VULCANIZED SILICONE SURFACE
with complex 3D structure for total speed & control domination
POWER-BONDED CONSTRUCTION
for smooth, rounded edges that won't fray
COVERT-TECH SURFACE TREATMENT
for ultra-quiet gliding
NON-SLIP, SHOCK-ABSORBING RUBBER BASE
for the steadiest command platform & longest battle comfort
FORCE FIELD PROTECTIVE COATING
water resistant & easy to clean
PREMIUM MATERIALS CONSTRUCTION
for max battle durability, mission after mission
OPTIMAL GAMING SIZE
of 350 x 250 x 2.5mm - for ideal ergonomics and performanc
 

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IMHO greatest pad available

review by dinovom

Well, the pros and cons already tell everything, so this will be just an add. story.

I've always searched for a pad fulfilling the above criteria and before the hybrid pads made their way i/you had to settle with soft pads (flexible, comfort and silent - but not the fastest, depending on sensor may not precise enough and due to it's liability you had to replace them ever 1-2 years) or hard pads (fast, precise, washable incl. high durability but loud, not rly comfort and not flexible). The first improvement was the Roccat Sota. It fulfilled most criteria except the flexibility and high durability - well it is flexible the first few months but then the integrated metal foil will deform irreversible. Now with the Hiro i am as happy as i can be - it's perfect for me.

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Discussion at: http://www.overclock.net/t/1317515/roccat-roccat-unveils-groundbreaking-hiro-3d-supremacy-surface-gaming-pad

Other mousepads that might cover the same features (Hiro: $49.99, 350 x 250 x 2.5mm):
http://www.cmstorm.com/en/products/surfaces/Power-RX/ ($31.99/$24-64, 450 x 350 x 2.5mm, still might got problems?)
http://www.razerzone.com/gaming-mouse-pads/razer-megasoma-2 ($39.99, 350 x 230 x2.3mm, razerstore exclusive)
http://www.epicgear.com/en/products/mousepads/hybridpad (?9.90 292 x 208 x 3 / 14.90 350 x 250 x 3 / 17.90 420 x 300 x 3, cut edges, bit unbudgeable)

No rubber surface:
http://www.epicgear.com/en/products/mousepads/compoxite (texture surface only but smooth edges?)
http://www.cyborggaming.com/prod/glide7.htm (full silicone)

Without silicon:
http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Nuke-Z/Z8/ (cut edges, bit unbudgeable)
http://www.xtracpads.com/products.php?prod_id=27&section=1 (cut edges, bit unbudgeable)
http://mionix.net/products/propus-380/ (PVC)

Unknown:
http://www.qpad.com/products/mousepads/ (some "Hybratek coated fabric soft top")

ProsCons
Fast & silent gliding, precise tracking, rock-steady, flexible & washable incl. high durability, smooth edges, soft to skates and handMight be to small for some ppl, high price

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