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do you use a mousepad for gaming?

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i haven't used a mouse pad in ages, but i am thinking about using one. the larger 14" x 14" gaming type pads with a coating on them for easier tracking and movement. anyone have a favorite?

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I have Roccat Taito mousepad for my Roccat Kone+ mouse :P

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steel series mouse pad

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I use a glass taken from a picture frame (those anti-reflective ones) quite smooth, I guess it should be close to an icemat, and big enough for me (35x30)

It's not a real mousepad but who cares, it works (well, at least with my g5)

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steel series mouse pad

 

Same here, good quality using it for some time now no problem at all.

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Used Razer Sphex, the one must be clued to table. Waste of money even though it was cheaper it came loose from table and had to replace it with Roccat Sota. The surface seems same but its larger (and expensive) and doesn´t move around the table with mouse even without clue ;) Compared to "ordinary" mousepad its more precise and stable to move the mouse.

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I don't use one, my desk is kinda smooth enough by itself ^^

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one of those old school dell ones thats plastic on top...i got it when i was still in high school...so its 10 years old

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a mousepad that perfectly matches you game mouse is importamt to enhance your aiming & movement. steelseries qck is the one i'm using right now. my g500 tracks very well on it :)

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Razer Goliathus here, works fine for me with my Lachesis. Also it smells kinda nice (like rubber).

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Am using just a paper

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