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Size: 265mm x 210mm (10.43" x 8.27")
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Just my two cents on the best cloth mouse pads, after testing a number of them:

Cooler Master MP510 [amazon.com]: A highly textured, thick pad, almost like a denim texture, that glides extremely well and consistently, with no drag or resistance. Good if you like that extra tactile feedback.


Ktrio Large Gaming Mouse Pad with Stitched Edges Mousepad with Premium-Textured Cloth 12.5" x 10.6", Black [amazon.com]: A very nice Lycra-cloth pad that glides very smoothly and fast, with minimal drag. My current favorite for mice that don't have the greatest mouse feet or aftermarket replacement feet. The above Cooler Master is a bit punishing on mice with bad-quality stock mouse feet, and can result in the feet edges catching or bumping on the texture, resulting in uneven glide or drag.

Haven't tried the new Aorus hybrid mouse pads which some people seem to be excited about. But from what I've heard, the texture is more like hard pads.
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I have the extended version of this mousepad that fits under your keyboard. It was nice while I was using it, but lacked height when I needed to quickly aim upwards to the sky. I also changed from wrist aiming to arm aiming.
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Just my two cents on the best cloth mouse pads, after testing a number of them:

Cooler Master MP510 [amazon.com]: A highly textured, thick pad, almost like a denim texture, that glides extremely well and consistently, with no drag or resistance. Good if you like that extra tactile feedback.


Ktrio Large Gaming Mouse Pad with Stitched Edges Mousepad with Premium-Textured Cloth 12.5" x 10.6", Black [amazon.com]: A very nice Lycra-cloth pad that glides very smoothly and fast, with minimal drag. My current favorite for mice that don't have the greatest mouse feet or aftermarket replacement feet. The above Cooler Master is a bit punishing on mice with bad-quality stock mouse feet, and can result in the feet edges catching or bumping on the texture, resulting in uneven glide or drag.

Haven't tried the new Aorus hybrid mouse pads which some people seem to be excited about. But from what I've heard, the texture is more like hard pads.
You need to show where the pad in question fits in comparison or your comments are not very helpful.
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You need to show where the pad in question fits in comparison or your comments are not very helpful.
I guess most mousepads are good enough for the average or casual mouse user. I'm just sharing my two cents with regards to a couple different cloth mouse pads I tested recently that are optimized for gaming and speed that I highly recommend for any gamers out there (Ktrio Lycra pad, the Cooler Master MP510, and the Perixx 1000).
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I guess most mousepads are good enough for the average or casual mouse user. I'm just sharing my two cents with regards to a couple different cloth mouse pads I tested recently that are optimized for gaming and speed that I highly recommend for any gamers out there (Ktrio Lycra pad, the Cooler Master MP510, and the Perixx 1000).
Ah true. Well I guess it's still helpful. I just meant it's easier to compare if we know where these deals stand. It would be cool to see how all yours rank up
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