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Corsair Announces New Lines of Gaming Mousepads

Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, Oct 9, 2013.

  1. btarunr

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    Corsair made additions to its gaming peripherals lineup with three new gaming mousepad lines, including the MM600 dual-sided, the MM400 single-sided, and MM200 entry-level. The MM600 features two sides to it, a smooth metal side optimized for speed, and a fabric side optimized for control. Measuring about 352 x 272 mm, with about 5 mm thickness, the metal reinforced MM600 weighs in at 590 g. Its rubberized edges ensure the metal plates don't tear out of the fabric.

    The MM400, on the other hand, has a single low-friction surface that strikes a balance between control and speed, while being metal-reinforced like its bigger sibling. It measures 352 x 272 mm, with about 260 g of weight. Lastly there's the MM200 line of entry-level mousepads that are made of cloth and a flexible polymer, and comes in four sizes, the standard version measuring 352 x 272 mm, the XL version measuring 450 x 375 mm; the Wide version measuring 430 x 280 mm; and the Compact version measuring 265 x 210 mm. All variants are 2 mm thick.

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    nice hexagonal pattern, i wanna try solid pad
     
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    Lamers will buy (in to) anything. ;)
     
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    Did you only register for TPU to troll news threads? That's about the only time I see you post.
     
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    I was skeptic when CORSAIR jump in keyboard and mouse production.
    After year pull me to change Logitech because best mechanical keyboard I ever saw K70.
    And their surface is normal thing if you go on CORSAIR keyboard and mice.
     
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    I looked back through his posts and 95% of them are on news related posts and they are all negative towards every subject....
     
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    Frick Fishfaced Nincompoop

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    We all need hobbies.

    Me I would want to upgrade, my old one from the 90's has seen better days. I just can't stomach paying that kind of money for a mousemat. They look good though..
     

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