In the corners they have placed some logos which I think very nice, we can cleraly see the glossy/shiny surface on the mousepad. The mousepad bottom is a rubber surface which will not move even if you try to budge it with your hands. Check out the unpacking video where I actually move the table and not the mousepad by trying to move the pad.
We can see that with the Theron gaming mouse placed in the middle of it that this mousepad is quite big, not the biggest that I have seen but still more than enough for most needs. The biggest mousepad I have reviewed was the ROCCAT™ Taito Kingsize – mTw Edition Mousepad.
This is a good mousepad with very nice glide and it’s pretty much noiseless when sliding the mouse across it. The only flaw that I have found thus far is that its kind of rough on my wrist the way I move my wrist around the mousepad. I’m sure this would dissapear after a few weeks of wear but for the moment it’s a bit to rough.
I love the fact that you can barely budge the mousepad when it lays flat on the table and it also looks great. Overall a very nice mousepad.
+ Awesome glide
+ Good size
- A bit rough on the wrist
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