Tuesday, February 3rd 2015

Cooler Master Announces CM Storm Swift RX Mousepads

Cooler Master, a leading creator, innovator, and manufacturer of desktop components and peripherals today announced the Swift-RX Mousepad series, the new replacement of the successful Speed-RX Series.

The Swift-RX mousepad is designed for gamers who desire comfort and speed. Created with finely textured microscopic mesh it ensures excellent precision for any kind of mouse sensor. The underside is made of 100% natural rubber to make sure that the Swift-RX mousepads stay in place, even in the heat of battle. The Swift-RX series mousepads are equipped with special treated stitched edges which prevent the top surface of the mousepad from fraying. This way the Swift-RX mousepads are ready and durable for extended gaming use.
Size Matters
The Swift-RX mousepad series will be available in three sizes to suit everyone's needs: Small 250x210mm, Medium 320x270mm and Large 450x360mm. Next to that the thickness of the Swift-RX series is 3mm.

The Swift-RX Small, Medium and Large will be available from February 2015 for a MSRP of €6,50, €9,50 and €15,90. Price and availability may vary based on region. Please consult your local Cooler Master Representative for more information.
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18 Comments on Cooler Master Announces CM Storm Swift RX Mousepads

#1
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
btarunr said:



Nice simple design ...! i like it

btarunr said:


Size Matters
The Swift-RX mousepad series will be available in three sizes to suit everyone's needs: Small 250x210mm, Medium 320x270mm and Large 450x360mm. Next to that the thickness of the Swift-RX series is 3mm..
My first thought about a decent mouse pad was the comfort and the small size, that was what I liked on them, but due a dog accident and a wrong order, I got a large mouse pad, and contrary my first opinion, its comfortable as hell, you can move your mouse pretty easy, free and also this one seems to be a little bit thicker compared to the same model but small sized, So size matters…
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#2
lZKoce
Haven't tried CM pads yet. I tend to change mine fairly often. May be the next one will be theirs, or the next next one.
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#3
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
lZKoce said:
Haven't tried CM pads yet. I tend to change mine fairly often. May be the next one will be theirs, or the next next one.
I have used peripherals from CM, but I like so much the simple design of this one, So plain / Flat!

Regards,
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#4
Toothless
I might have to get one as I'm still using my little $4 mouse pad.
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#5
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
Toothless said:
I might have to get one as I'm still using my little $4 mouse pad.
i still miss my cheapass mouse pad ...Sometimes cheap ones arent that bad...

Regards,
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#6
Toothless
peche said:
i still miss my cheapass mouse pad ...Sometimes cheap ones arent that bad...

Regards,
It's a good two years old and still holding strong. The only issue is that it doesn't "grab" onto surfaces and stay, so it has to be taped/pressed down. Overall a smooth pad. Best $4 I've ever spent on anything computer-related.
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#7
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
Toothless said:
.... Best $4 I've ever spent on anything computer-related.
Not even Thermalcompund?
Lol...

sometimes its hard to say good bye to a good fella, in this case the cheapass mouse pad, i wonder how much will my new conckor last...:rolleyes:
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#8
Toothless
peche said:
Not even Thermalcompund?
Lol...

sometimes its hard to say good bye to a good fella, in this case the cheapass mouse pad, i wonder how much will my new conckor last...:rolleyes:
Thermal compound was a birthday gift from two years ago, so nothing was spent on that. :D
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#9
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
Toothless said:
Thermal compound was a birthday gift from two years ago, so nothing was spent on that. :D
nice gift !
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#10
Toothless
peche said:
nice gift !
It was included with my Siberia V2 headset, Corsair M60 mouse, and V5 Cyborg keyboard. I think the next year was my desktop upgrade which went south, and the NEXT (this) year is the year of the i7 for me.
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#11
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
Toothless said:
It was included with my Siberia V2 headset, Corsair M60 mouse, and V5 Cyborg keyboard. I think the next year was my desktop upgrade which went south, and the NEXT (this) year is the year of the i7 for me.
im wondering if this year I would replace my GTX…! truly want a G1 Gaming from Gigabyte! also a new case for a custom water cooling may be excellent…!
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#12
Toothless
peche said:
im wondering if this year I would replace my GTX…! truly want a G1 Gaming from Gigabyte! also a new case for a custom water cooling may be excellent…!
If I had a job, then I'd bump my GPU up to something stronger, maybe even SLI with a new PSU!

But jobs are hard to come by for me, so I'll stay happy with my current set up.
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#13
kaellar
small simply designed stitched mousepad! my prayers have been heard!
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#15
lZKoce
Rowsol said:
Looks nice but the edge looks like it's thick enough to rub on your wrist.

I just ordered http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00NM3NV6W/?tag=tec06d-20. Anyone tried the speed version of this?
Didn't know Kingston were doing something like this. Seeing only from Razer. I hope you have a really flat desk, because the sloghtest bumb will be felt, make no mistake about that. :)
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#16
micropage7

stitched edges which prevent the top surface of the mousepad from fraying


looks pretty good and nice clean design

stitched edges which prevent the top surface of the mousepad from fraying


looks pretty good and nice clean design
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#17
joyman
I am using CM pad right now and compared to steelseries that I own 2 of them its really nice, will see if it is durable enough. Little bit thicker, which is nice, soft for the palm, clean design that I prefer now and a lot cheaper.
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#18
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
kaellar said:
small simply designed stitched mousepad! my prayers have been heard!
+1
micropage7 said:



stitched edges which prevent the top surface of the mousepad from fraying
looks pretty good and nice clean design
seems like a industrial grade!
but stitches may help it to last more


lZKoce said:
Didn't know Kingston were doing something like this. Seeing only from Razer. I hope you have a really flat desk, because the sloghtest bumb will be felt, make no mistake about that. :)
they are doing several things like headsets for example…


don’t be a surprise to see a hyperX gaming mouse in a few days!
PD: as you may see steel series its like a partner... so maybe even the mouse should be rebranded from them...
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