Need a Mouse pad for G400 mouse
I need a mouse pad for my G400 mouse.....
Which one would be better......
Razer Goliathus Speed
Razer Goliathus Control
SteelSeries Qck mass
SteelSeries Qck Heavy
SteelSeries Qck Fnatic
The QCK Heavy is a very slow pad in my opinion, the mass is the smaller sized heavy and fnatic should be a bit faster. The Goli(s) are defiantly faster.
Though take a look at the Tt White-Ra, its supposed to be good.
bros should be able to tell more.
And if you guys can, suggest me a pad for my DA BE preferbly faster than the heavy and priced within $30-35.
I'm really sorry I couldn't respond. My PM box is flooding, and missed yours by chance. The G400 is one hell of a mouse if you are used to the MX518 shape, I'm glad you bought it.
Originally Posted by king_showrav416
As for these mouse pads, I used them all. Let me break it down to you.
The Goliathus Speed is more like the QcK+ Limited Editions in general that includes the Fnatic/SK Gaming. They are really slick and offers good glide with teflon feet such as the G400's but once they are worn out, they become quite slow. The Control Edition is a bit textured with holes, the mouse will glide faster due to less friction as opposed to its name "Control". I don't like the pad but some people swear by it, you can try it by going to a cafe or something, many people are using Controls out there. The QcK line is a all the same for Heavy/Mass/Plus, the difference only lies in the thickness, with Heavy being the most thickest at 6mm, the Mass is also 6mm but smaller dimension and teh QcK+ is similar to the Heavy in dimensions but is only 2mm(and it's really thin).
The Limited Editions have art work on the pads, and they are a bit slicker than your normal editions. I don't know why, but the surface tends to be very smooth if it's new but over time these slow down and feels really nice. I suggest you buy the Speed if you are buying it new, you can't really buy SS stuff here unless you import it or buy second hand and it's really expensive. The speed will do nicely with the G400's sensor.
@eXcavator , bye a Fnatic/SK Gaming if you like the QcK surface. I really loved my DA when I used it with my SK Gaming, the glide was so smooth yet not that slippery after a few days of use.
Last edited by dipanzan; August 30th, 2012 at 16:15.
You mean buy?
Originally Posted by dipanzan
Anyways thanks. I'll have a look at the SK gaming/Fnatic then.
The white ra would get my vote never really was able to come to like ss pads except for some.
Well totally depends on what you are looking for, if you like the slowness and the 'control' of the pad then ss pads get my vote I must say though that the heavy is one of the more comfy pads I've ever used.
That said the G400 has a really good sensor with a nice firmware and a custom lens (the norm for all logitechs with avago sensors), it does not jitter in any pad but if you use higher than 800 dpi it will show some artifacts and will not retain the same tracking fidelity as found in the lower dpi steps.
I have not found one person to make the g400 jitter on any pad.
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Bro what is the Difference Between Razer Fragged and non Fragged mouse pad..... they all have 1yr Replacement warranty.... my question is mouse ae ki asoleo kono warranty ache..... like kono karone amar mouse pad tar cloth ta uthe jai or amar pad-er surface ta jodoi use aar jonno damage hoe jai thahole tho warranty dibe na.. maybe....
thahole ora replacement warranty ta ki vabe dicche????????
aikhane ki Surface quality-r kono bepar ache???? naki sudhu uporer print-er jonno Fragged and non fragged?????
and Razer aar pad ae deklam side dia selai kora oi gula kemon????
Only the art, surface should be the same.
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