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Reviewed: Razer ExactMat
Producer: Razer
Required System: Mouse
Overall Rating:
Author: Michael Ahlf
Date: September 1st, 2004


Razer, the mouse people, have in the past few years established themselves as the go-to guys for anyone who really wanted a high performance mouse. In many ways they pioneered the field; prior to the first Razer mouse, the only possibly "high performance" mousing devices were the fledgling optical devices that had their own performance issues.

A few years later, and Razer have moved up and onwards, putting forth a new generation of the best mice on the planet. They've made an optical mouse, the Viper, and are currently constructing a next-generation optical mouse called the Diamondback.

The last domain to explore for mice would seem to be the pads themselves, a market currently owned by makers like Everglide. The trick is to make one that holds up on its own as a worthy companion for the high-performance Boomslang devices they've put forth previously.

The result is the Razer ExactMat, a two-sided mousepad made of aluminum, both ridiculously sturdy and "adjustable." And it works.

Added:  Thursday, September 02, 2004
Reviewer:  Michael Ahlf
Page: 1/3

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