Monday, June 18th 2012

EVGA Rolls Out Pwnage 2 Mousepad

EVGA made an addition to its small lineup of gaming-grade Pwnage family of mousepads, with the Pwnage 2 (part number: E00B-00-000032). Not much different from the original Pwnage mousepad (E00B-00-000007), it launched with two other designs in June 2011, the Pwnage 2 features a slightly different surface graphic. Designed for laser and optical mice, the Pwnage 2 is designed with a low-friction surface for smooth glides, although EVGA didn't specify if it's specialized for speed or control. Its base is made of non-slip rubber. Its surface measures 13.75" x 10.25" (34.92 x 26 cm). At US $14.99 a pop, it's even priced the same as the original Pwnage.
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11 Comments on EVGA Rolls Out Pwnage 2 Mousepad

#1
Bull Dog
I'm a better then average video gamer, and to be honest, the idea of getting a mouse pad with Pwnage on it seems asinine to me.
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#2
AsRock
TPU addict
by: Bull Dog
I'm a better then average video gamer, and to be honest, the idea of getting a mouse pad with Pwnage on it seems asinine to me.
Gotta encourage those with ego problems.
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#3
No_Asylum
Kinda wish the actual mousepad looked more like the image of the box. Atleast I'm assuming the 2nd image is the packaging. I like the cutout effect.
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Disruptor4
by: No_Asylum
Kinda wish the actual mousepad looked more like the image of the box. Atleast I'm assuming the 2nd image is the packaging. I like the cutout effect.
The cut out effect would be because it's actually a cut out of the box....
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#6
Dj-ElectriC
Because Steelseries's QCK is too mainstream
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#7
joyman
EVGA are going more and more childish with naming. I guess marketing must hire more adults.
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#8
lZKoce
I kinda like it. It is this "big-balls-on-the-table" names that are part of the fun. Pure gaming awesomeness, ownage, pwnage, blood-bath, monster kill....you get my point. :)
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#9
Zubasa
by: joyman
EVGA are going more and more childish with naming. I guess marketing must hire more adults.
Nah they just hire Adults that acts like children. :laugh:
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#10
Arctucas
I really do not understand what the big deal is with mousepads, I have not used one for ten years...
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#11
radrok
by: Arctucas
I really do not understand what the big deal is with mousepads, I have not used one for ten years...
I honestly can't imagine to use a mouse for gaming without my satin glass mousepad.
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