ROCCAT Taito Control Gaming Mousepad

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    ROCCAT adds a new gaming surface to its Taito Series. The expertly crafted Taito Control takes the award-winning blueprint of the original Taito and re-develops it with an emphasis on more precise con...

    ROCCAT Taito Control Gaming Mousepad
     
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    so 20 euros are now 17$, :puke2: ,like 5 euros overpriced , no thx i still with my custom mousepad of artcow for 0,80 cents.
     
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    Daftshadow Maha Guru

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    i've bought a $3 allsop mousepad on amazon which looks pretty cool and has been working well over 2 years. no noticeable wear n tear and no issues with gaming.
     
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    TheDeeGee Ancient Guru

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    Using Razer Sphex for years, wouldn't want anything else.
     

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    That surface is amazing but I would wear it out every 6 months and its too small for games where you need to track instead of snap.
     
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    Right now im using a Razar Goliathus and the quality is really good and have sewed edges (compared with all the crap made by Razer is amazing)
     
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    Ven0m Ancient Guru

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    20€ is a lot to ask for a mouse pad.

    Now I use Everglide Titan with my gaming rig and it's really solid. I've had it for so many years, machine washed it a few times, and it still kinda works, but I think I'll replace it this year. Razer Kabuto was my laptop mat of choice - pretty cool in the beginning, but it catches dirt easily, and friction increases. It didn't like hand washing - edges got "wavy". My brother used QCK Mini - kinda okayish, but it worn out surprisingly fast, especially around the edges. Then I bought him Zowie Gear P-TF Speed and it's amazing. It was around 15€, but being a gift, it was acceptable. The build quality is great, and the friction is low, especially the difference between static and dynamic (so there are no weird moves when dragging mouse from stop). I can't speak of traction quality, as our mice track well on pretty much everything. Steelseries Dex looks cool too, but the price is outrageous.

    I wonder how this Roccat mat works. In my opinion, mat shouldn't have too low friction, but the static and dynamic friction coefficients should be as close as possible.
     

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