SteelSeries QcK Edge & Heavy Review 8

SteelSeries QcK Edge & Heavy Review

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Introduction



SteelSeries was founded in 2001, and they have been producing top-quality mouse pads ever since. Their QcK line-up of mouse pads is among the most well-known in the world, if it isn't at the very top of the list. In 2018, SteelSeries has added a lot of new products to the QcK palette, and in this review, I will show you the Edge and Heavy variants. The former is a standard QcK with stitched edges, while the Heavy models have increased thickness for maximum padding. Both are available in three different sizes.




Prelude

Many still don't realize how much of a positive impact a good mouse pad can have. If you really dig deep into mouse-pad theory, you will soon find out that it is an extremely intuitive and divisive topic. A casual user most probably won't care much about all the different kinds, but if you are a hardcore gamer or maximalist—or both—you will want the best one for your needs. There isn't such a thing as the objectively best mouse pad because such differences can be subtle; however, they can be ridiculously huge as well.

Specifications

SteelSeries QcK Edge
Surface Material:Micro-woven cloth
Base Material:Non-slip rubber
Medium:320 mm x 270 mm x 2 mm
Large:450 mm x 400 mm x 2 mm
XL:900 mm x 300 mm x 2 mm
Edges:Stitched
Packaging:Rolled up
SteelSeries QcK Heavy
Surface Material:Micro-woven cloth
Base Material:Non-slip rubber
Medium:320 mm x 270 mm x 6 mm
Large:450 mm x 400 mm x 6 mm
XXL:900 mm x 400 mm x 4 mm
Edges:Non-stitched
Packaging:Rolled up
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