PureTrak Mouse Pads


PureTrak Mouse Pads


Mouse pads are one of those strange products that most people look at and decide there is something far more important to spend their money on.

Maybe because you're an older gamer and remember the days when mouse pads came free with almost anything and usually were about the same quality as you'd expect from a childs DT project. They rarely had edging, usually were produced for about tuppence and were guaranteed to be curled and frayed at the edges within about a week. After all, it had a picture of a can of Coke, or an Amiga logo or, if you were really rebellious and daring, Linda Lusardi, so what did the quality matter.

As time moved on and mice went from the joy of a taking a ball out every two minutes, to the magic of optical, a mouse pad appeared an even sillier investment because you are getting a perfectly good response from the back of your book/sofa/dog so what possible difference could an expensive surface with a logo on it make?

We here at OC3D never understand this mentality. After all, if you're willing to spend 30 or 40 of the Queens finest on an all-singing mouse, why put it on the back of an envelope? You wouldn't put your latest i7 rig in a biscuit tin would you.

Todays reviews

PureTrak agree with us and have given two of their mouse pads to review that cover fans of both the soft and hard surfaces, whilst being priced in such a manner that you really can dip your toe in the waters of mouse paddery without feeling that it's the kind of purchase that could leave you sleeping on the sofa.

Founded in 2007 PureTrak mantra is to produce robust, high performance mouse pads that will withstand years of wear and tear without wearing or tearing and unlike some competing products, don't require you to sell a kidney to own it. The most interesting thing about them is that they make mouse pads. That's it. They don't make mice or headsets or inflatable chickens. PureTrak do precision mouse pads, and that's it.

So let's start with the PureTrak Deluxe.

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Most Recent Comments

11-01-2010, 09:45:19

will try them out , but they should do some changes to the design imoQuote

11-01-2010, 10:25:39

Can't say I'm a fan of the Deluxe's colour scheme but they both look like very capable mouse pads. Nice work VBQuote

11-01-2010, 14:13:56

Ive actualy got the Talent here, and its probs the nicest mouse mat Ive ever used, its not leavign my desk now.Quote

11-01-2010, 14:41:04

A lot of people underestimate the power of a decent surface. They both look like capable mats - I like the looks o the Talent, and I'm a fan of cloth mats anywayQuote

11-01-2010, 15:45:35

Perhaps you should take a look at Qpad and the steelseries. This is where this mouse mat will fall in quality and use.Quote

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