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SteelSeries QCK mousepad:Y/N?

Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by Fourstaff, Apr 21, 2010.

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SteelSeries Surface Qck Y/N?

  1. Get the mini, £6 is good

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  2. Get the medium, small is too small (£8)

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  3. Get the large, only £10 and I can "make" 4 small ones

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  4. Don't get it!

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  1. Fourstaff

    Fourstaff Moderator Staff Member

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    What it says. I have been hunting around for a mousepad since I am getting annoyed with my table. Any other suggestions would be helpful.
     
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    I have the medium and I like it quite a lot. Not too expensive either.
     
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    I have the mini version and it's big enought (I use half of it), you won´t need anything bigger or more expensive, at least it's perfect for me
     
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    Looks great for the price. I've gotten used to my Razer eXactMat with it's cushy wrist rest. Even so, the eXactMat is about 12" by 12" and I use maybe 1/4th of it. I would personally go with the medium size. :toast:
     
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    Fourstaff Moderator Staff Member

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    Thank you guys, if I cannot survive another week or two without a mousepad, I know what to get :D
     
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    Medium is enough, go large if you use a really really low sensitivity.
     
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    N! I've tried the QCK, it's NOT good. There's too much drag on the mouse. If you want a cheap cloth pad, go for the Cooler Master Storm Tactics pad. Those are wonderful, I like it better than the Destructor, eXactMat, Megasoma, QCK, and Sphex which is why I'm using it right now.
     
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    Fourstaff Moderator Staff Member

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    @Hockster; I can't find any one of those here

    @Kant: Can't find CM Storm Tactics either, so which do you suggest out of that list?
     
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    Not if you don't use skimpy DPI.

    I'd only need about 4"x4" with my Sentinel at 5600 DPI. :laugh:
     

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