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Aluminium mouse pad(s)

Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by FreedomEclipse, Feb 1, 2013.

  1. n-ster

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    I used to not have a mousepad, then got a 2$ mousepad, then got a MP worth 10$ for ~7$.

    My only regret is not getting the 7$ MP from the begining. The 20~40$ mousepads do seem like a waste to me though
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    I use a $2 Microcenter mp that says "Microcenter computers & electronics"...It's washable as in you can throw it in a dishwasher or a clothes washer or I suppose you could wash it buy hand...its really durable and most stuff like baby puke wipes right off...
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    I use an old steal side form and old case. One of those old beige cases.
    Crunching for Team TPU
  4. FreedomEclipse

    FreedomEclipse ~Technological Technocrat~

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    well the MIONIX ENSIS 320 arrived this morning and im currently using it with my G500. It doesnt feel too bad at all, my mouse slides across it pretty easily and unlike the textured surface of my Razer Destructor theres no place for small cookie crumbs to hide which means no 'grinding' :p

    Its a nice mouse mp, Matches up with my Corsair K90 pretty nicely if it werent for the Mionix green logo.

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