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    cyber snipa mouse mat review(mini)...

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    Well ive had this mouse mat for a few weeks and only just got round to using it as i got a brand new cyborg mouse (didn't want to ruin with Microsoft one). So far its good so i will give you a quick run down of what the specs are:

    * Precise Movement: Specially coated Micro-fibre surface
    * Plenty Of Space: Large mousing area
    * Carry It Around: Easy to transport
    * Roll It Or Bend It: Flexible rubber base- works
    * Size: 380 x 295 x 4mm

    (sorry for pic)
    I think you will notice at first its a huge mouse mat when price at a little £10. The mouse mat is great for mice with proper feet(Teflon) as when i tried with my microsoft mouse(plastic feet) it felt a bit rough and slow but with the teflon feet mice just glide on it, my saitek is currently being used on it and i can hardly feel anything against it.


    The design on the mouse mat can be a guy in a sniper scope ready to die or another called "eye" which is shaped as a eye(did you guess that?) with a scope on someone, I bought the latter as it looked really nice. The quality of the design is really good, stands out and doesn't affect performance of the mat.


    The height of the mat isn't to high IMHO, its not low but its not massively high. When measuring it appears to be 4mm(.4cm) most of which is the base (rubber) and the other slab on top(no idea sorry). The edges are not that well cut but they are cut correctly to size, just looks a tad tacky(cut and hasn't been cleaned).

    I havent really got much more to say on the mouse mat, it performs well and for me is comfortable to use, i would recommend it if looking for a big mouse mat around the £10 mark.

    Pros:
    Low resistence/friction
    Good artwork design
    Amble space
    Not to high
    Not expensive
    Easy to move(cylinder case)
    Grips the surface well

    Cons:
    Edges could be cleaned after cut
    Not sure on wearing, looks more rubber than surface.
    Gathers dust(what doesnt?)

    Overall Score: 8.5/10
    Minor issues so cant score 10, not sure on wearing although it does feel like an old mouse mat my dad has(still perfect to this day) so cant give it that 9, would highly recommend it though.

    *Please note that this is tested with a Saitek cyborg so with other mice resistance could vary and that isn't my problem if you don't like it, please don't blame me.*


    Im sorry for the shocking photo, done by my bad w850i as my sister used my proper camera and since she just had her baby she cant remember where she put it!. Will get her to remember and will replace images within the week. Will get more photos as well, only 1 was bearable to put up .

    If there is anything you want me to tell you about the mat please say, im not a reviewer so dont expect this to be in great English or amazing quality .

    PS: can you believe IMHO is in the fire fox recommendation for spelling?!
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    Re: cyber snipa mouse mat review(mini)...

    Ah posted in wrong place , feel free to move it lol.
    Quote Originally Posted by snootyjim View Post
    Trust me, go into any local club and shout "I've got dual Nehalem Xeons" and all of the girls will practically collapse on the spot at the thought of your e-penis

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