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This review is from: HyperX HX-MPSK-S Skyn Gaming Mouse Pad (Speed)
Easy to clean
Does not fray like rubber mats
Cons: Smelly at first
Other Thoughts: This is a great mouse pad for the right application. Assuming you have a small keyboard tray this mouse pad would be your best friend.
My mechanical keyboard sits partially on the mouse pad due to the limited space available on my keyboard tray and it doesn't feel uneven at all.
That aside, the tracking is smooth and I've found it to be more durable than competitors' offers (Razer, Corsair, Steelseries).
If you're one of those tabletop gamers that hang your wrist off the table this is not for you. You'll probably want something thick and rubbery to cushion your wrist. I imagine the few crying over plastic belong in that category.
This review is from: Creative GigaWorks T40 Series II 32 watts RMS 2.0 Speakers
Pros: Sleek looks
Cons: Muffled sound
Too expensive when not on sale (for the performance you get)
Other Thoughts: I bought these on sale as my new work speakers. Compared to something like Swan M10s and Klipsch Promedia 2.1s these have the advantage of smaller form factor. If space is not an issue get the alternative, as they will blow these away in performance. The Swans outshine these in every category, especially clarity and high/mids. The Promedias does the same but offers more for the money for bass heads.
I thought the highs on these were exaggerated a bit but decent sounding. Mids are acceptable. Lows are so poor/unnatural I'd rather just leave the the knob turned all the way down.
I'm going to lend these to my sister so she can blast em for a few days for the break in. I rather not fatigue my own ears.
This review is from: Corsair Vengeance MM200 CH-9000012-WW Compact Gaming Mouse Mat
Pros: Smooth, low drag tracking
Resistant to wear and tear
Cons: nothing at the moment
Other Thoughts: I originally thought there couldn't be much difference between this and the qck mousepad (and went with the latter). I ended up purchasing the Corsair later on an impulse and you really see the difference from prolonged use.
The qck gets dirty where my wrist sits while the Corsair does not have any sign of gunk/debris buildup after almost 2 months of use, additionally, the Corsair grips much better and does not slip around my glass tray compared to the Qck.
The surface is also much smoother than Qck as far as glide is concerned.
Display Name: Jay L.
Date Joined: 07/26/11
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