Tuesday, September 25th 2018

Cooler Master Enters the Mouse Mat Market, Releases MP860 RGB Gaming Mousepad

Cooler Master is extending its reach in the peripherals/accessory market with a weighty entry into the mousepad market. The Cooler Master MP860 RGB Gaming Mousepad does a good job of describing its form and function: it's a mousepad with RGB lighting capabilities. An RGB strip with 19 color spots lights around the mousepad in user-configurable neons, and sips power and configuration data (including pairing with other RGB hardware users may have) through a USB 3.0 port. Cooler Master managed to keep the RGB controllers and whatnots to a slim level, though, with none of the bulky protrusions usually found in other mousepad RGB solutions.

The MP860 RGB Gaming Mousepad features a dual-sided design with cloth and anodized aluminum. Dimensions are set at 360 x 260 x 6 to 10mm. The MP860 will be available in the UK starting next month for £79.99.
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10 Comments on Cooler Master Enters the Mouse Mat Market, Releases MP860 RGB Gaming Mousepad

#1
Prima.Vera
Wait. 100$ for a mat?????????????????
Do people really lost their minds??????
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#2
ne6togadno
uhm.
i've bought cm mouse mat like 4-5 years ago. this mat might be their entry in rgb segment but it isnt thier first mouse mat
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#3
rtwjunkie
PC Gaming Enthusiast
At that price it better play the games and win them for you.
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#4
Bill Cliny
What we need is a mat that doubles as wireless charger for the mouse. That way we can have a wireless mouse that never needs to be plugged.
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#5
Ed_1
They need to support recharging with that kind of price.
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#6
DeathtoGnomes
N E E D... M O A R.... R G B!

But for $100 no effin way, ever.
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#9
E-curbi
DeathtoGnomes said:
thats not RGB, its a charging pad for 2 mice.
The poster didn't say he necessarily wanted RGBs. I gave him a link and photo to what he asked for.


"What we need is a mat that doubles as wireless charger for the mouse. That way we can have a wireless mouse that never needs to be plugged."
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