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I got a Logitech G502 , and i still need a mousepad, i decided to go for logitech mousepads since i got their mouse.

which one should i get, i play fpss and some strategy games. whats the difference between all the mousepads except the size?

and which one should i get?

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4 minutes ago, wrathoftheturkey said:

 

Well, the gaming software has presets for their mouses

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Just now, sgtcool said:

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I would recommend using the Glorious Extended. I used a Logitech pad but I'm liking the Glorious since it can cushion the wrist while using KB/M.

 

Just now, wrathoftheturkey said:

??

 

The software and the mouse are one thing. The mousepad is hardly high-tech

Unless you're Razer and love adding green RGB to everything.

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4 minutes ago, wrathoftheturkey said:

was going to say that actually

 

^this is a popular one

Popular excuse for you?

Agreed!

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As a user of a OCK+ and QCK heavy, I can strongly recommend either of em :P 

 

edit, hold on, they're not Logitech mousepads...ermmm IDK then

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6 minutes ago, charles899 said:

Get anime tits/boobs mouse mad :D

You mean chestrests?

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Keyboard: Logitech - G910 Orion Spectrum RGB Wired Gaming Keyboard
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15 hours ago, sgtcool said:

I got a Logitech G502 , and i still need a mousepad, i decided to go for logitech mousepads since i got their mouse.

which one should i get, i play fpss and some strategy games. whats the difference between all the mousepads except the size?

and which one should i get?

The main difference is size and whether or not the mousepad is hard. I've used one of the soft pads with my (now retired, due to the narrow shape) G502, and it worked pretty well. I'd suggest that you should pick the one that fits your desk the best first, and then decide on whether you want a cloth pad or not.

 

Also, buying a logitech mousepad just because you got one of their mice has to be one of the goofiest things I've heard of in the whole PC thing that I've been involved in for years.

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