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Medium resistance mousepad for laser mouse

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steelseries 4hd own it love it. Ive used many high end mousepads and it is still my favorite. I use a g600 mouse for reference

I'm looking for a mouspad for gaming and everyday use with medium to high resistance, under 30 USD. The mouse i'm going to be using it with is a Logitech Performance MX. I would prefer a hard surface or soft plastic over cloth, because that's what i'v been using so far.

Any suggestion and/or experiences will be appreciated!

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Any of the Func Mousepads. They're all very quality, seeing as func has been in  the mouse pad game forever. There products are all on sale on newegg, and i'd recommend this one:http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16826996127&cm_re=func-_-26-996-127-_-Product

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Steelseries Qck 

 

it comes in: mini/regular/+

 

i got the mini because the regular one is huge, the + is gigantic. its a cloth pad and the min i just got yesterday and i love it.

 

mini: http://www.ncix.com/detail/steelseries-qck-mini-mouse-pad-67-19936-1360.htm

reg: http://www.ncix.com/detail/steelseries-qck-mass-super-thick-a1-35882-1360.htm

large: http://www.ncix.com/detail/steelseries-qck-medium-sized-cloth-a4-19938.htm

stupid retardedly massive one: http://www.ncix.com/detail/steelseries-qck-xxl-sized-cloth-mouse-cc-19937-1360.htm

 

the last one is 17.5in x 15.5.............

 

a average 104 key keyboard is about 20 inches long, so its almost as long as that...

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Steelseries Qck 

 

it comes in: mini/regular/+

 

i got the mini because the regular one is huge, the + is gigantic. its a cloth pad and the min i just got yesterday and i love it.

 

mini: http://www.ncix.com/detail/steelseries-qck-mini-mouse-pad-67-19936-1360.htm

reg: http://www.ncix.com/detail/steelseries-qck-mass-super-thick-a1-35882-1360.htm

large: http://www.ncix.com/detail/steelseries-qck-medium-sized-cloth-a4-19938.htm

stupid retardedly massive one: http://www.ncix.com/detail/steelseries-qck-xxl-sized-cloth-mouse-cc-19937-1360.htm

 

the last one is 17.5in x 15.5.............

 

a average 104 key keyboard is about 20 inches long, so its almost as long as that...

That's a cloth mousepad though, OP wouldn't want a cloth mouse pad

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Any of the Func Mousepads. They're all very quality, seeing as func has been in  the mouse pad game forever. There products are all on sale on newegg, and i'd recommend this one:http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16826996127&cm_re=func-_-26-996-127-_-Product

I like the versatility, unfortunately i can't seem to find any retailer in my area, that sells it. :S

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Steelseries Qck 

 

it comes in: mini/regular/+

 

i got the mini because the regular one is huge, the + is gigantic. its a cloth pad and the min i just got yesterday and i love it.

 

mini: http://www.ncix.com/detail/steelseries-qck-mini-mouse-pad-67-19936-1360.htm

reg: http://www.ncix.com/detail/steelseries-qck-mass-super-thick-a1-35882-1360.htm

large: http://www.ncix.com/detail/steelseries-qck-medium-sized-cloth-a4-19938.htm

stupid retardedly massive one: http://www.ncix.com/detail/steelseries-qck-xxl-sized-cloth-mouse-cc-19937-1360.htm

 

the last one is 17.5in x 15.5.............

 

a average 104 key keyboard is about 20 inches long, so its almost as long as that...

Yeah, they are all cloth. But thanks anyway!:)

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steelseries 4hd own it love it. Ive used many high end mousepads and it is still my favorite. I use a g600 mouse for reference

Thanks, i think i'm gonna go with this one! Some guy in a review mentioned rough edges, did you have that problem?

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Hard pads are really the opposite of resistance. I also have the 4HD but I wouldn't recommend it if you want resistance, as it makes your mouse glide like on ice. But if you want speedy glide, then it's excellent for that.

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I'm looking for a mouspad for gaming and everyday use with medium to high resistance, under 30 USD. The mouse i'm going to be using it with is a Logitech Performance MX. I would prefer a hard surface or soft plastic over cloth, because that's what i'v been using so far.

Any suggestion and/or experiences will be appreciated!

 

If you want resistance you ideally want a cloth pad as they add friction where hard surfaces generally have less

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