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    Mouse mat recommendations - MX1000

    I've been researching for days now but i still can't decide on what to go for.

    Has anyone with a MX1000 got any recommendations? I've done a search but the posts are really old and alot of the mouse mats that were recommended aren't around anymore, apart from icemat etc..

    I bought an everglide titan gaming mat and the friction is awful.. so i'm back to using my old PC World mouse mat which has a glossy/plastic top which is perfect, so i'd like something simliar really.. only problem with it, is that it's too small.

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    Re: Mouse mat recommendations - MX1000

    I've been looking at the Razer Destructor mouse mat to go along with my new keyboard / mouse combo when I upgrade my PC later this year, it's designed for a gaming mouse and to be extremely precise, all reviews / comments i've read about it sound good only downside is the price, the Razer Mantis is a cheaper alternative thats also received alot of good reviews.

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    You're getting unacceptable friction on both sides of the Everglide Titan?
    I have an Everglide 'Giganta' myself, and it has a smooth side, and a rougher side - depending on what mouse you're using?

    Anyways... these two are well worth considering: SteelSeries 4D Pro Gaming Dual Surface Mouse Pad (dual-sided) - £15 / Razer Exactmat Oversized Dual-Sided Gaming Surface - £17
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    Razer Destructor is really smooth - better than the exactmat
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    Re: Mouse mat recommendations - MX1000

    I use a QPAD EC-R with my mx1000. It works very well and I'm happy with it. I like it because it's very thin. It's always very hard when choosing mats because personal preference is so crucial. One of the only reasons I ever went into PCW was to try the mice and mats.
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