Razer Announces Dual-sided Vespula Mousepad

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[citation][nom]masterasia[/nom]A lot cooler looking than the eXactMat which cost about the same price.[/citation]

I was thinking the opposite, the eXactMat looks better IMO. I was about to buy one, actually, but now that this is here I will buy the one that gets the best review of the two.
 

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[citation][nom]thegreathuntingdolphin[/nom]I think I would rather pay $35 than €35.....[/citation]

Hah, poor europeans
 

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[citation][nom]Abrahm[/nom]I've had a dual-sided Rocketfish mouse pad for quite a while now and I like it a lot.[/citation]
Me too, had it about 3 years and it's great. Razor is a bit late to the game on this one.
 

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$35 is pretty expensive for a mousepad but I don't think they are completely ripping you off for all that they are giving you. Razer = XFX in terms of quality as seen in the products and packaging.
 

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ha! this mouse pad has nothing on the MacPadd. just wait until toms gets theirs in the mail......oh wait.

Seriously though, I would think you would need to clean the pad off every time you switch sides... I live in a dorm and my desk does not stay clean all of the time. I love the concept though.
 

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What ever happened in the end of Tuan's MacPadd story? Did did it all resolve?
 

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[citation][nom]micky_lund[/nom]razer looks cool, but i wonder whether their driver support for Win7 for this mousepad is up to date...[/citation]
Funny, this guy.
 

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[citation][nom]fanscale[/nom]I've got one that's a thin sheet, sticky on the bottom side. It's got a photo of a kitten on it.My desk is small so I don't want anything large and clunky.[/citation]
Same here, I use a 6"x9" cloth mousepad that's just plain gray on the top. It is already sufficient enough for me.
 

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i've never seen the point of dual-sided mousepads, since i would only ever use the smooth side. I mean, who really WANTS friction in a mouse pad? Especially one focused more towards gaming.

I'd rather it just have the smooth side with LEDs on the other side that light up a thin acrylic edge around the mousepad... oh wait, that's what i have now and it only cost $20 when i got it 4 years ago. flexiglow ftw, it's outlasted a lot of my friends gaming mousepads. Either it must be better quality or they had really dirty palms.
 

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[citation][nom]purplerat[/nom]Me too, had it about 3 years and it's great. Razor is a bit late to the game on this one.[/citation]
Razer had the dual-sided eXactmat before this new Vespula...so they have been in the game for 3 years now as that is how long I've had mine ;-)
 
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Wow! Mouse users make me laugh. Precision, speed, just flip the mouse pad. LOL. I use a trackball, Logitech Mouseman marble for everything and at all times it is fast and precise with no flipping. Primarily a FPS gamer, and my 20 dollar trackball has, over the years, led me to victory over far more costly equipment. My competitors think I'm lying when I tell what input I use. I started with mice like the rest of you, but was introduced to a trackball in Drafting, and have never gone back. Mousing is very inefficient, lost of wasted movements, wasted movement equates to lost time, I can do with one fingertip what it takes half a hand to do on a mouse.

Viva Trackballs! We don't need no stinking mousepad, Vamanos!
 
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