You can have an excellent mouse but with the wrong mousepad the mouse will not perform as well as it should. TTesports a subdivision of Thermaltake has released new gaming products and today we are taking a look at their latest mousepad named Dasher.
Read more on their website, http://www.thermaltakeusa.com/store/About.aspx
Enlarged mouse pad size
Provides maximum gaming working space
Features anti-slippery function to make sure that mouse pad is fully attached to table surface
Cloth Weave surface
Provides low sensitivity surface control
When it comes to mousepads there is not that much to say about them, it’s all about testing and giving your opinion about it.
We start off this review with a quick look at the box that the pad came in. It a simple hard cardboard box with a small opening where you can get a feel of the mousepad surface.
Inside you will find the mousepad, a bag, and a little folder with information. The mousepad is rolled up and kept together by a strip of velcro. The bag I guess is for when you don’t use the mousepad or when you want to move it to a LAN party or a friends place.
When it comes to the mousepad it does not have the traditional mousepad design, the top left corner is rounded of which really doesn’t bother me or make the mousepad any smaller.
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