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Willy Sarahan    1

HI guys

I have a G9x Logitech mouse and a friend of mine is traveling at USA and he will bring two mousepads, one i`ll take for free

Can you help me choose wich one should i take?

The options:

1 - SteelSeries 9HD

2 - SteelSeries Qck heavy

Thanks

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+Gary7    7,369

I don't use mousepads but the 2nd choice looks good.

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Darkmiss    9

I have the Stealseries 9HD and i find it a great mousepad.

It is very tough and hard wearing.

it has a reflective surface for maximum optical or laser pickup.

and for me its just the right size, not too small or overly large.

It's also very thin and not spongy feeling at all.

I Highly recomend.

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Mindovermaster    917

I always used XTracpads, but my friends did have a Stealseries 9HD and he was happy, so get what you like.

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+E.worm Jimmy    9,958

Steelseries 9HD is amazing. I have it and it is my favorite. virtually indestructible too.

i'd stay away from the oversized and ugly cloth pad.

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Anibal P    2,014

I have a Qck+ and it's probably the best mouse pad I've ever used, I find that the larger the better when gaming so I don't run off the pad by accident

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Willy Sarahan    1

Thanks guys

So what i`ve heard about laser mouses like my G9X goes better with hard surfaces is not a true?

It`s interesting that we have a lot of opinios here, nioce to hear all of then

I`ll play FPS games with this G9x + the mousepad i`ll select

Thanks

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+chconline    158

It doesn't matter. It really depends on your preferences. Cloth pads have higher friction and harder to clean, but it is more comfortable and offers better mouse control. Hard pads are easier to clean, more durable, and glides a little better, but not as comfortable.

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Anibal P    2,014

Thanks guys

So what i`ve heard about laser mouses like my G9X goes better with hard surfaces is not a true?

It`s interesting that we have a lot of opinios here, nioce to hear all of then

I`ll play FPS games with this G9x + the mousepad i`ll select

Thanks

Should have added that I use a Sensei laser mouse and I've had no issues with it,I can be very accurate or wild with it and it does the job

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Rigby    1,365

It doesn't matter. It really depends on your preferences. Cloth pads have higher friction and harder to clean, but it is more comfortable and offers better mouse control. Hard pads are easier to clean, more durable, and glides a little better, but not as comfortable.

I'm the opposite, cloth mouse pads make me cringe. I can't stand touching them or the feeling of moving the mouse over them. I only like hard pads and the smoother the better; I wish I had one made out of glass. The prices for mouse pads are insane though so I just make my own.

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witalit    15

I currently have a Steel Series and its awesome.. I have a Corsair M60 as well to top it off. Robust, works perfect with my mouse and massive! Only about ?12 delivered on eBay. All black of course :D

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Willy Sarahan    1

And how do you clean cloth mouse pads?

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Willy Sarahan    1

I currently have a Steel Series and its awesome.. I have a Corsair M60 as well to top it off. Robust, works perfect with my mouse and massive! Only about ?12 delivered on eBay. All black of course :D

What model of your Steelseries and your mouse?

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BillyJack    41

I have the Logitech G9x and SteelSeries NP+ which as far as I know is the same as Qck heavy but thinner. I have had it for two to three years and it is clean and I have no problems. I like the cloth and soft feel. My mouse glides smooth and the pad does not fold or ripple with mouse movement.

If you do not care about material then maybe you want to find some performance comparisons between the two mouse pads.

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+LogicalApex    1,746

And how do you clean cloth mouse pads?

I throw mine into the wash like I do my clothes.

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Willy Sarahan    1

I have the Logitech G9x and SteelSeries NP+ which as far as I know is the same as Qck heavy but thinner. I have had it for two to three years and it is clean and I have no problems. I like the cloth and soft feel. My mouse glides smooth and the pad does not fold or ripple with mouse movement.

If you do not care about material then maybe you want to find some performance comparisons between the two mouse pads.

The cloth material i think is better for my arm, that hurts a lot when i spend lot of time in the pc

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