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    Default Mouse Mats for FPSs

    Recently I've bn gearing myself up so dat I can take my COD4 gameplay to da next level. I bought myself a A4 Tech X7 series HL-747H Gaming mouse [people who dont want to spend 4-5k for a mouse but still want to have a gaming mouse..HL-747H wud be their best bet, it's grt value for money, u'll feel da diffrence in ur gameplay n it only costs 1300tk. cheers ]. I'm planning on buying a Creative Fatality HS-800 Gaming Headset. Now, i've been doing some research over da web n i came across some gaming mouse pads specially da TT's Conkor. Its a low sensitivity gaming mouse pad suitable for FPS genre. Its available in BD n it costs 1800tk. As far as i can tell, these mouse pads suppose to give u extra grip over ur mouse movements which makes u feel more in control while aiming.

    Now my question is..will i be able to fell noticeable difference if i use these mouse pads? Are they really worth it? 1800tk..though it seems too much, is as far as i can stretch my budget...is there any other mouse pad anyone want to recommend me over the TT's Conkor?

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    Default Re: Mouse Mats for FPSs

    Razer Goliathus Control Fragged Edition (mid size) would be better for that price.

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    Default Re: Mouse Mats for FPSs

    a medium Goliathus Control/Speed Edtion would cost like 1600 or maybe even 1500 if you can bargain as suggested bhai EaGL1337!

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    Details: The control edition offers some resistance (not excessive resistance, though), has a rough textured weave and is a tad bit thicker than the speed edition but it may not suite all players.
    The Speed Edition has a smooth textured weave and allows the mouse to effortlessly glide through the surface.
    So now, you decide. I personally use a fragged control edition with my imperator and it works just fine. The mat is thick and it sticks to the surface you keep it in and the textured weave is consistent throughout the whole of the mat.
    Last edited by EaGL1337; July 19th, 2011 at 11:23.

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    Default Re: Mouse Mats for FPSs

    To me it completely depends on what the player prefers & what mouse he's using. Not all mouse do good in all surfaces. Try finding out which one suits you better. I like the Razer Scarab (Around 40$) & Razer Ironclad (Around 60$). They're both hard surfaces. Ironclad costs ALOT, so I might aswell have to buy the Scarab, not to mention that's also expensive for a mouse mat. The Destructor is out of stock or else I'd have bought one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mongoose25th View Post
    To me it completely depends on what the player prefers & what mouse he's using. Not all mouse do good in all surfaces. Try finding out which one suits you better. I like the Razer Scarab (Around 40$) & Razer Ironclad (Around 60$). They're both hard surfaces. Ironclad costs ALOT, so I might aswell have to buy the Scarab, not to mention that's also expensive for a mouse mat. The Destructor is out of stock or else I'd have bought one.
    um, where would you buy the Scarab from ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by EaGL1337 View Post
    Details: The control edition offers some resistance (not excessive resistance, though), has a rough textured weave and is a tad bit thicker than the speed edition but it may not suite all players.
    The Speed Edition has a smooth textured weave and allows the mouse to effortlessly glide through the surface.
    So now, you decide. I personally use a fragged control edition with my imperator and it works just fine. The mat is thick and it sticks to the surface you keep it in and the textured weave is consistent throughout the whole of the mat.
    I think da Razer Goliathus Speed Edition is best suited for MMORPGs as it provides more glide. As I'm a FPS player I'll need grip for precise n controlled cursor movements. So I might give Razer Goliathus Control Fragged Edition a try. Where can I get it from? Ami RAZOR er website e dekhlam price $35 lekha. BD te ki asoleo 1600tk. te pawa jabe?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mongoose25th View Post
    To me it completely depends on what the player prefers & what mouse he's using. Not all mouse do good in all surfaces. Try finding out which one suits you better. I like the Razer Scarab (Around 40$) & Razer Ironclad (Around 60$). They're both hard surfaces. Ironclad costs ALOT, so I might aswell have to buy the Scarab, not to mention that's also expensive for a mouse mat. The Destructor is out of stock or else I'd have bought one.
    They will exceed my budget. Odrwise i might have given them a try. Thanks for da suggestions though. Are they available in BD?

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    Default Re: Mouse Mats for FPSs

    Quote Originally Posted by G.h.o.s.t View Post
    I think da Razer Goliathus Speed Edition is best suited for MMORPGs as it provides more glide. As I'm a FPS player I'll need grip for precise n controlled cursor movements. So I might give Razer Goliathus Control Fragged Edition a try. Where can I get it from? Ami RAZOR er website e dekhlam price $35 lekha. BD te ki asoleo 1600tk. te pawa jabe?
    1800 taka max. Ami kinsi kisudin age from Inpace Communications at IDB.

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    Default Re: Mouse Mats for FPSs

    They will exceed my budget. Odrwise i might have given them a try. Thanks for da suggestions though. Are they available in BD?[/QUOTE]

    Pleasures mine & about the availability, I'm not sure myself as there aren't any Razer stores in BD & about people using them? I've never seen any BD gamer use these. Most of the gamers here go for Goliathus Control Fragged Edition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    um, where would you buy the Scarab from ?
    If I buy it I'll buy it from abroad. If I find it here then I'll have to change my mind.

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