Wednesday, June 6th 2012

Akasa Unveils Venom-branded Keyboard Pad and Mouse Pad

Wouldn't it be awesome, if your entire desk was topped off with a mouse pad-like material? Akasa has just the solution for you, with [perhaps the first] keyboard pads. Akasa launched doormat-sized, Venom-branded keyboard pads, which have fabric top and rubberized bases, which ensure your keyboard stays in a firm position during extended gaming sessions (assuming the rubber feet your keyboard shipped with wore out). Along with keyboard pads, Akasa also launched Venom-branded mouse pads with micro-weave top surface, and rubberized base. The Venom keyboard pad measures 850 x 450 mm, while the mouse pad measures 352 x 250 mm.
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6 Comments on Akasa Unveils Venom-branded Keyboard Pad and Mouse Pad

#1
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
Uh....yeah Akasa... Ive got a 'Keyboard Pad' - its cost me almost £300, it comes from IKEA and its called a computer desk and ive been using it since 2005.

and best feature of all?? my keyboard doesnt slide around on it like a seasick pirate in rough seas.
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#2
jalex3
They can be good to protect your.
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#3
Play3r
its been done before by many companies, including razer
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#4
Depth
by: FreedomEclipse
Uh....yeah Akasa... Ive got a 'Keyboard Pad' - its cost me almost £300, it comes from IKEA and its called a computer desk and ive been using it since 2005.

and best feature of all?? my keyboard doesnt slide around on it like a seasick pirate in rough seas.
Hmmm mine is a bit wobbly



......if I wobble it
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Widjaja
Ia've tried various mousing surfaces recently and found depending on the mouse, there is little gains.
The user is either really nitpicking, biased by who made it, basing it's performance by what it cost them, what picture is has on it and lastly but not least....placebo effect.

Mine is a huntkey mouse mat, 80 plus Gold and has a hummer on it!
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FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
by: Widjaja
Ia've tried various mousing surfaces recently and found depending on the mouse, there is little gains.
The user is either really nitpicking, biased by who made it, basing it's performance by what it cost them, what picture is has on it and lastly but not least....placebo effect.

Mine is a huntkey mouse mat, 80 plus Gold and has a hummer on it!
If youre refering to me - Ive been using a razer Destructor mousematt for god knows how many years, What im refering to is their keyboard matt, I dont understand why anyone would want one. as keyboards already have rubber grips underndeath and you dont push a keyboard around like you do a mouse so no bias.
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