Razer Outs Cool New Ironclad Mouse Pad For Gamers

Posted: Oct 7 2010, 12:30pm CDT | by , in News | Gaming Gear

Razer Outs Cool New Ironclad Mouse Pad for Gamers
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New mouse pad just for gamers

As a gamer, I have a specific preference for a mouse pad when I play games. I don’t like cloth mouse pads because they have too much friction. I prefer a hard surface pad that has little friction and lets the mouse glide. If you are the same way, Razer has a new mouse pad that is perfect.

The new mouse pad is called the Ironclad and the thing is made from anodized metal with a sandblasted finish for a slight texture. The slight texture allows you to aim accurately, but provides a very smooth and low friction surface for gaming.

The mouse pad measures 320mm L x 270mm W x 2.5mm H. It will work with all types of mice and has a non-slip rubber base on the bottom to keep it in place. The Ironclad also ships with a carry case to keep it safe on the go. The ironclad will ship this month for $59.99.

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