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Weekend Open Forum: What type of mouse pad do you use?

By Matthew
Nov 2, 2012
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  1. hahahanoobs

    hahahanoobs TS Evangelist Posts: 1,679   +470

    Melamine (think: kitchen cupboards) works very well as long as it doesn't mess with your sensor.
     
  2. learninmypc

    learninmypc TS Evangelist Posts: 6,779   +343

    I was told, or read some where, the optical mouse don't need a mouse pad, just a piece of white paper, so I cut a piece of white xerox paper 4"x8" & it works perfect for my Logitech optical mouse.:)
     
  3. TitoBXNY

    TitoBXNY TS Addict Posts: 229   +49

    I've had a Razer ExactMat for several years and have used it with a numerous gaming mice.
     
  4. Jad Chaar

    Jad Chaar Elite Techno Geek Posts: 6,486   +966

    Using a logitech m505 with just a plain mouse pad I got from work.
     
  5. SNGX1275

    SNGX1275 TS Forces Special Posts: 10,715   +397

    My 2 others are blue :)
     
  6. Pan Wah

    Pan Wah TS Enthusiast Posts: 125   +27

    Cheap charcoal-grey one with silicone wrist pad.
     
  7. As far as mouse pads go, I use the wet suit type of pads. At home, I still have and use my original Babbages mouse pad.
     
  8. Atomdrift

    Atomdrift Banned

    Yeah if you're trying to alleviate carpal tunnel, and you still need a proper mouse for gaming, check out the Evoluent Vertical Mouse.
     
  9. TorturedChaos

    TorturedChaos TechSpot Chancellor Posts: 835   +19

    I use a cheap Logitech mouse on my pant leg or the arm of my recliner.

    The mouse for my HTPC only works on non-cloth surfaces tho, so I use it on my fake wood desk.
     
  10. avoidz

    avoidz TS Guru Posts: 460   +55

    I haven't used a mouse mat in years. Didn't think there was any use for them anymore since mice went optical and tracked well on just about any surface ?_?
     
  11. I got a Xtrac ripper about 7 or 8 years ago. It turned out a bit bigger than I needed but I cut it in half and now have one for work and for home. :) I've only ever had to wash one half once after a coffee spill and out of everything I've ever tried the mouse feet always stay clean and the surface has proved to be extremely durable and has a great feel. If I ever needed to get another one or give a recommendation it would be for one of these. Honestly, I can't think of one negative thing to say about these.
     
  12. bluto 2050

    bluto 2050 TS Enthusiast Posts: 188   +11

    Surprisingly good ordinary Logitec M500 USB laser mouse in here on the daily driver and 2 other desktops here and a surprisingly very good and very inexpensive Ebay find Perixx DX-2000XL, Gaming Control Mouse Pad non slip mouse pad ,I ultimately bought 3 of them for the desktops here cheap on ebay .
     
    Last edited: Oct 1, 2016
  13. avoidz

    avoidz TS Guru Posts: 460   +55

    Haven't used a mouse pad in maybe 10 years. My old Microsoft Intellimouse Explorer 3.0 doesn't require one and operates fine on a laminated table top.
     

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