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ModMyMachine Announces Slamepad Gaming Mousepad, Black Shoggy Sandwich

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It's been quiet on ModMyMachine for some time, the more interesting the return with their own mousepad. Even more surprising by doing one in aluminium, which made existing manufacturers mad while trying. ModMyMachines Slamepad was not only driven by nice haptics and gaming capability, but to create an outstanding and good looking product, which is not yet available on the market. Printed Plastic pads are easy to do, Time for something special.

Good looking with glossy polished edges and the ModMyMachine logo engraving the Slamepad is pure luxury in it's 10 available colours (gold, silver, bronze, champagne, dark red, orange, dark blue, light blue, purple and black). On the rear side there are also no compromises. Highest technical anti slip rubber made in Germany. Size: 315 x x235 (WxHxD).



The original Shoggy Sandwich in black
Since Shoggy presented his sandwich to the community a few years ago, many users wanted to have a black version of the beloved sandwich. The ultimate decoupling for pumps in a watercooling system found a lot of fans around the world. Many companies tried, inspired by the original, to do a black version. None ever reached the original and ModMyMachine and Shoggy searched very long to find the same quality in a black version.

In close cooperation with ModMyMachine the Shoggy Sandwich is now produced in an all black version and can soon be ordered at Caseking.de for 6,90 EUR incl. VAT.
 

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Yeah, right PC enthusiasts have just been craving an aluminum mouse pad...or NOT!
I would try it but my SS which is made from glass is going for it's 4th year now and works like the 1st day i had it..
 
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I would try it but my SS which is made from glass is going for it's 4th year now and works like the 1st day i had it..
Not to sound ridicule or something, but it's glass what could possibly go wrong with it? I envison on the 10th year will be just as new.

On topic:

I like their pad. I am thinking in the line of portable stuff, 315 x x235 isn't that huge. 40 euros on caseking.de. I try to justify it in my head, that it's made from metal and should last forever :D
 

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this won't sell unless they slap some game emblem on it like COD and tell people it will improve their K/D ratio...
 

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Not to sound ridicule or something, but it's glass what could possibly go wrong with it? I envison on the 10th year will be just as new.

On topic:

I like their pad. I am thinking in the line of portable stuff, 315 x x235 isn't that huge. 40 euros on caseking.de. I try to justify it in my head, that it's made from metal and should last forever :D

Except for dropping it ;)

OMG but that's the whole idea. Buy and be happy and not keep buying mouse pads like i have to mice.

Just saying i have used 5 gaming mice on this pad over the years and it's been a gem every time.
 

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and here i was thinking of making one from acrylic XD