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    I've never thought much about it, so I guess it never mattered to me. I went from the two button dell mouse that came with my first computer to the microsoft 2.0 then to the 3.0 cordless silver one then to the $100.00 Razer before they were compatible with xp, to the mx1000( which I shouldn't have given to my friend ) to the one now the G7!
    All this time not even thinking about how good the mouse COULD work if it were on a nice gaming surface.
    So today I went to the "egg" and bought the razer pro( white) gaming mousepad,,
    Needless to say, I very excited.

    What are you using, and do you like it or would you recommend it for purchase again?


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    Icepad, 1st gen, Icepad is cool, defo I'll recommend that it cools ur hand pretty well too, being glass
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    i have got a s&s steelpad and i really like it but i have never used any other gaming suface to compare it to!


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    I have a func 1030

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    I use a free mousemat given to me when I opened my business bank account

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    I use a free mouse mat that I got from some company when I won an engineering competition.

    Planning on buying an Icemat though.

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    I use a raptor gaming one. Works great.

    The icemat's are nicer but way to big for the way I have my desk set out.

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    Heh! I have a simpsons mousemat with a load of penholes in it for when I get bored. Every now and then the mouse goes off and does its own little thing
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    I was using 68p no-brand mousepad from Tesco for long time but recently upgraded to 4.95 Fellowes mousepad with wrist rest I have another 10quid mousepad from Belkins but Fellowes one feels better.

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    My IceMat v2 (black) works just great with my Logitech MX-518.

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