Reviews for SteelSeries Tapis de Souris Steelseries QcK Heavy
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Value for money 8
Ease of use 10
Overall quality 10
29 December 2007
Excerpt: Quick facts about SteelPad QcK heavy: XXL-sized cloth mouse pad Heavy thickness eliminates uneven surfaces Ideal for low sensitivity mouse settings Compatible with all mice Specially designed non-slip rubber base 450 x 400mm (17,7 x 15,7in) - thickness 6mm (0,23in) Steelpad is well know worldwide for its quality gaming products, mouse skates, mouse pads, mouses and headphones. When i bought this mouse pad i was just astonished by how big it is ...
Summary: For years I've used whatever no-name mousepad I could find lying around for using my computer and playing games, and had always used high sensitivities and dpi to compensate. Eventually I decided to go all the way, and since shipping from steelseries was nearly $20 I decided to buy from amazon. I was not disappointed.
Summary: That's the best mouse pad I could find. I was looking for something with a non plastic surface, this one is very good. I was very surprised with the size of it. It's huge, check the size before buying because it is really big.
Summary: I bought it because it's big. However, it shocked me by size, LoL. It does have a little bit weird smell, but it's new, should be alright after a while. If your table is small, don't get this pad.
Summary: I came from using a Steelseries i-2 "icemat" glass mousepad, and a Razer Goliathus Control Edition. This thing is much larger than the Goliathus and Icemat, and is very smooth. Probably the best mousepad that I've used to this day. I just love how big it is.
Pros: Very large, Very smooth, Looks clean even after a month (although there's probably microscopic grime)
Cons: Smells very rubbery for the first couple of days