Summary: A lot of people would argue mouse pads are useless because of laser mice being very accurate, but I think it can make all that difference in intense gaming. First of all, the mouse pad itself isn't that cheap. it was about £30 which is expensive really. It has the Razer fractal technology, which is the surfacing of the mousepad, which should mean better precision movements compared to other mouse pads but without the slipping.
Summary: This mouse mat is really aimed at professional gamers, those of you who play games a lot of the time and really need the best. If you are not into gaming, then this pro level mouse mat might still be of interest. As a graphic designer I really appreciate the precise tracking on offer here. The size of this mouse mat is pretty big, measuring 350mm (length) x 280mm (width) x 2.3mm (height). It is very thin though and has a nice non-slip backing.
Pros: Precise tracking, very smooth
Cons: Shame it is not available a little smaller in size
Summary: I find this mouse pad to be one of the best i tested, the gliding is very smooth, has a rubber side on the back so its very steady once placed on flat surface, and i needed something with a case so i could travel with it, this ended up perfect, the case it has its like a semi hard laptop sleeve that has the exact cut space for the mouse pad, so this travels with me in perfect condition to be used on lan parties, hotels and traveling in general.
Summary: Before using this mouse no review could have convinced me a quality mouse pad could be so significant. It slides like a melting ice cube on glass and feels far more accurate than my previous generic extra large cloth mousepad but without the grainy feel of textured vinyl mouse pads. Its pricey and like other reviewers have stated I think the case in which it comes likely cost more to produce than the pad itself.
Summary: This is not an extraordinary mouse pad. Compared it with my $5 previous Belkin mouse pad and using my Logitech G9x mouse I don't see a lot of difference. But the real problem with this mouse pad it is size. It is way too big. I cannot recommend this mouse pad.
Summary: Just when I was thinking Who needs a Mouse Pad? I decided to give this one a try for the FPS games I play like Counter Strike Source. No BS this mouse pad is the truth. I initially did not notice any difference but after playing on for a few months, I am wowed at the difference this mousepad makes. It is so much easier to move around on and provides comfort for your wrist while gliding.
Summary: I have both the Razer Destructor and the Razer Goliathus. I like them both, but the Destructor better for the following reasons: 1. Destructor is a bit faster. I use the claw grip (just fingers to move the mouse, no palm) so less friction the better. If you prefer some friction for control, maybe Goliathus would be good for you. 2. Destructor works well with my gaming mouse (Razer DeathAdder) and with regular mice too.