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Extended Mousepad Recommendations to Replace Goliathus Speed

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Hi everyone! I've learned a lot from this forum over time, and it's finally come time to replace my own mousepad. Up to this point I've thoroughly enjoyed using my old, medium-sized Razer Goliathus Speed (Link).

 

I am now looking for an extended mat - one that is around 90x4 cm. Unfortunately the Goliathus Speed extended is only around 90x30cm, and I want one that's taller.

 

Which of the below (or others) would you recommend if I wanted something with as close as possible smooth material to the Goliathus Speed?

  • Cooler Master Swift-RX XL (Link)

  • Cooler Master MP510 XL (Link)

  • Asus ROG Scabbard (Link)

  • Steelseries QcK Heavy XXL (Link)

  • Thermaltake Dasher Extended (Link)

  • Redragon P006 (Link)

 

Thanks in advance for your suggestions :)

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Check out Linus' video on mouse pads, his guide explains which mouse pads have the most control/speed.

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On 11/12/2018 at 1:59 PM, r2724r16 said:

Check out Linus' video on mouse pads, his guide explains which mouse pads have the most control/speed.

Thanks. That was a good video. I also watched these reviews: http://www.rocketjumpninja.com/mouse-pad-reviews.

 

I've heard good things about Glorius pads, but they're unfortunately not available in my country.

 

I've decided to go with the Swift-RX, as it apparently feels very much the same, and has the same speed, as the Goliathus Speed pads.

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