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Steelpad QcK+ Gaming mousepad

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SteelPad have been around for some time now and have an excellent reputation for producing high quality mouse pads. The SteelSeries SteelPad QcK+ is made with the gamer or graphics designer in mind. This pad offers so much surface area that you will never run out of space when things get hectic. The fabric used ensures high precision in all scenarios, even the highest resolutions on optical mice. Another plus is that this nice pad comes at a bargain price of under $15.

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I don't see how it's a con for it to take up more desk space, as that's the purpose of the pad. If you want a smaller one get the regular QcK
 

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its an amazing mouse pad. its cloth yet is still way smoother and as quick as other way more expensive mousepads... i love mine espescialy for 15 bucks