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Razer Destructor Gaming Mouse Mat

Discussion in 'Reviews' started by Frederik S, Jan 19, 2008.

  1. Frederik S Staff

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    CH33T03S says thanks.
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    Hey, anyone know what lift off distance the Razer DeathAdder has on this pad?
     
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    probely the same as anything
     
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    I was considering this so thanks for the review! It helps my decision.
     
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    The same as anything???

    Well, the Steelpad 4D has 1.2 mm lift off (or 1 CD high)
    Most cloth pads have 2.4 mm lift off (2 CD's high)
    Some pads have 3.6 mm lift off, which is getting pretty bad.

    DeathAdder also skips pixels on a lot of surfaces, like the new Steelpad S&S...yet not the old S&S.
    Weird.
     
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    My 'pad has a 7mm lift off! :D
     
  7. Frederik S Staff

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    I haven't had any problems with the DeathAdder skipping on the S&S at all. Sure you have updated its firmware PimpUigi? I will test the exact lift-off distance on the Destructor later today. Lift-off distance was not a problem for me so I guess it is about 2 mm without knowing it precisely. Stay tuned for a small update.

    3 mm from the hard plastic bottom of the mouse to the pad. With normal feet on that equals about 2.5 mm lift-off distance. With normal after market thick teflon feet about 2 mm. So a normal lift-off distance nothing horrible.
     
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