Monday, January 21st 2013

ROCCAT Debuts Raivo High-Velocity Gaming Mousepad

ROCCAT Studios, the Hamburg-based manufacturer of competition gaming peripherals, announces the availability of the Raivo High-Velocity Gaming Mousepad. Based on the design of the highly acclaimed Sota Mousepad, Raivo integrates a new flex-support structure and revised surface design to enhance stability and precision.

"Observing the feedback from ROCCAT gamers using Sota, we noticed that many wished to have a mousepad with a more steady structure," said ROCCAT Founder and CEO René Korte. "The flex-support plate inside the Raivo delivers rock solid stability without compromising its flexibility and optimal glide." added Korte.

Additional features that cement Raivo as the ideal gaming mousepad solution include a non-slip rubber backing for worry free warfare even in the most hectic battle moments, easy to clean dirt resistant coating, and durable materials built to last for eons of marathon gaming sessions.

With the Raivo, ROCCAT adds another high end gaming mousepad to its portfolio. The Raivo is available in three different designs: Lighting Blue, Midnight Black and Stealth Black.

Features:
  • 350 x 270 x 2mm – for top notch performance and comfort
  • Micro-granular speed surface for ultra-fast gliding and precise control
  • Integrated flex-support plate for maximum stability
  • Ergonomic battle shield shape with wrist cut-out for optimal effectiveness
  • Non-slip rubber backing
  • Dirt-resistant coating
  • Combat-tested materials
The Raivo High-velocity Gaming Mousepad is expected to hit shelves this week, with a suggested retail price of $29,90 // 29,90€

Available in North America: March 2013.
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3 Comments on ROCCAT Debuts Raivo High-Velocity Gaming Mousepad

#1
HR_The_Butcher
"Observing the feedback from ROCCAT gamers using Sota, we noticed that many wished to have a mousepad with a more steady structure," said ROCCAT Founder and CEO René Korte.

Or MAYBE the gamers wished that Sota doesn't bend out of shape after just couple of months in use.

If mr. Korte had any decency he would admit that Sota is a flawed product and pulled it from the shelves.
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#3
Fourstaff
Still waiting for a mousepad to beat my table lol. The only good thing a mousepad is good for is a consistent surface where you game, but given that I game almost solely on my table ...
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