Summary: This is a very high quality mouse mat, if you can still find one of these buy it.
Pros: This is the best quality Razer mouse mat out there still, even if they are no longer produced this is the highest quality Mat Razer ever made. I bought two of these when they were available and the tracking is just perfect.
Summary: I don't think a better pad exists, but I may be out of the loop
Pros: For accurate, high DPI gaming mice, make no exception, this is a fantastic choice. Getting used to the rougher finish takes a little time, but it stays like a smooth and fine sandpapery feel throughout. LARGE Comes with a case for vacations, notebook users, or going on LAN dates. Likes my Razer m...
Cons: It's pretty big so make sure you have the desk space!
Summary: Other people may complain about it not making a difference unless your sensitivity is dialed in, true the mouse pad doesn't help that. Its purpose is to provide an accurate tracking surface while providing an ultra smooth surface to glide a mouse on, which this mouse pad does nicely.
Pros: Large, hard surface that tracks extremely well. Very Durable, i've had this pad (as indicated) for well over a year. I build this when i built my first gaming rig, i had that for 5 years and have my new machine going on 1 year. still no nicks, breaks, or abrasions on the surface. Mint Condition r...
Cons: Large size. While it is a pro it is a con as well. if you have a limited desk size or you like your mouse and keyboard somewhat close to each other like i do, you're busy trying to fgure out where to put the extra 6 inches of mouse pad surface. Usually under my keyboard since my sensitivity is hi...
Summary: No mousepad is worth $40. This is just more Razer milking of the gaming market and I regrettably fell for it. Even if it didn't lose its shape it wouldn't be worth $40.
Pros: The texture is great and my mouse moved on it like butter on a frying pan.
Cons: After a few months it started to warp and lose its shape and became pretty much useless. Not sure what caused it, maybe I had some warm food on it but nothing that should have caused such severe warping.
Summary: Case was over kill i think. Dont get me wrong, its looks amazing and has great build quality, but it adds bulk when i wana go LAN so i dont use it. but a good place for long term storage. My Exact Rest from the exactmat fits PERFECTLY on this.
Pros: Its pretty big. Has a very nice tracking surface. DOES NOT MOVE AROUND DESK! The whole underside of it is a type of rubber. it stays PUT! The Exact rest from the exactmat fits PERFECTLY ON THIS!! Its a rigid mouse pad, it doesn't fold over or flop around. and of course give me excellent tracking ...
Cons: I dont know why, but i thought it was made of metal. I was hoping it was since i got rid of my worn out Exactmat and loved it. But the plastic is ok too. The price was another con, but if it lasts me 2+ years like the exactmat did, then the price is fine.
Summary: Since 1997, I had used the same black, economy mouse pad (I know, kinda nasty). It was fine for what I used it for. That was until I built my new system that could handle all the modern games, and was able to get back online to play.
Pros: - Large surface area (originally was a con for me) - Increased the tracking of every mouse I used on it (even non-gaming mice) - Comes with a pretty sweet carrying case - Unlike others, I have been using it heavily for 8 months, and the pad shows no signs of wear yet
Cons: This things is huge. I can see it being an issue for someone with limited desk space. I originally had a problem with it, but after rearranging my desk, it fits perfectly. Might be a bit pricey for some, also, but I think it's worth it (see other thoughts).
Summary: Bought this at the same time as my new Imperator, which is personally my favorite Razer mouse, and they work together perfectly. I wish that Razer would give you felt bags or something to carry their mice in, sort of like the case for this.
Pros: Size Low drag Bottom curve Carrying case I want to reiterate the bottom curve, because it allows for really wide sweeping curved mouse gestures, even at low DPI without having to go off the mouse pad with one or more of your feet.
Cons: The one problem that I have with this is that it's almost TOO big. I have only a small desk at college right now, and fitting my keyboard on next to this is challenging. It's manageable though, as I often use my keyboard on my lap.
Summary: Over the years I've spent a lot of money on replacing keyboards, mice, and mouse pads. I can truly say this mouse pad will be around for at least the life of two to three mouses. Great pad, would recommend it to any gamer, editor, or multi-tasker.
Pros: Currently using a Razer Mamba and was having a hard time finding a mouse pad that could really keep up with it's DPI. The Destructor has to be the best gaming mouse pad I've ever had to date. Large area for wide range of movement. Great grip on my glass desktop and other materials.
Cons: Price is a little higher than most pads out there, but worth every penny.
Summary: If I were to buy another pad (as I soon will probably have to), I would stay away from this and maybe all razer pads altogether, as I don't trust their longevity anymore. Wearing out after a year is acceptable, but after a bit more than a month is frustrating for the price this thing costs.
Pros: Well, when in original condition, the feeling of frictionless hover of my g9x was absolutely amazing. However, see cons.
Cons: After a few weeks of heavy use the middle of the pad is wearing out. While not visible to the eye, the feel of the pad is now very different between the heavy used middle and the unused edges. As in, edges are still smooth as new, while the middle has lost its flare and the mouse movement is slow...