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    Razer eXactMat Mouse Pad Review
    Author: Lorenzo Outar
    Date Posted: September 6th, 2004
    SLRating: SLRating: 9.5/10
    Bottom Line: A casual PC user's mouse pad is insignificant; any smooth surface that translates to fairly smooth mouse movement will work; whilst a hardcore gamer regards his mouse pad with the same reverence as his video card and processor. SLCentral reviewed the Razer eXactMat Mouse Pad if you want to zip around your desktop with uncanny speed then is this the mouse pad for you? read on to find out in our official review....

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    To me a mouse pad is more of a personal preference than a set in stone, clearly definable, this-is-better, item. There is a lot to like here and there are also a few things that might annoy. For example, the aluminum will always be cold in a cool room and to reap the full benefits you will need Teflon Mouse Tape or Mouse Skatez of some sort. You may also be offset by the high price of $30, or the size of the pad (works both ways). This pad is huge, so be prepared so shell out some serious real-estate on your desk. On the plus side, the surface will not wear as quickly as a regular plastic pad and may even outlast three of them, offsetting the price difference. Dual sides are helpful, and if you like the touch of cold aluminum all the better. If you have the space for it, you would be hard-pressed to run out of mousing surface and Teflon Mouse Tape/Mouse Skatez shouldn’t be a problem for a hardcore gamer as they should always have some in stock. You can’t forget the cool pouch and the Limited Edition certificate which comes with it.



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