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Product: SteelPad QcK heavy Gaming Mousepad
Date: June 5, 2007
Author: Greg Baden
Edited By: Bob Buskirk
Provided By: SteelSeries
Pages: 1 2 3
Discussion: Discuss in Forums


Introduction

Mousepads may not be a big deal to some, but for many gamers it is a key component to gaming. The SteelPad QcK heavy, brought to you by SteelSeries, offers every aspect that a gamer needs to succeed in their tournaments, clan matches, and casual gaming. Let's take a further look to see if it really stands up to the title of professional gaming equipment.

Specifications

- XXL-sized cloth mouse pad
- Heavy thickness eliminates uneven surfaces
- Ideal for low sensitivity mouse settings
- Compatible with all mice
- Specially designed non-slip rubber base
- 450 x 400mm (17,7 x 15,7in) - thickness 6mm (0,23in)

The Packaging

The SteelPad QcK heavy comes in an eye appealing package. We can see that they actually took the time to deploy marketing to their packaging, unlike a lot of other mousepads. It doesn't just come in shrinkwrap plastic or just a cardboard box, but rather a much more feasible design. The QcK Heavy is rolled up into a plastic tube. If you hate products that you actually have to take the time to get a knife or pair of scissors you will have no worries here. This mousepad comes in a reusable plastic tube which can be very handy when it comes to LANing.


Upon opening a package that is rolled up you would probably think that the as soon as you open it the edges would curl up, but this is not the case for the QcK Heavy mousepad. It just lies flat out like it wasn't even rolled up.


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