Razer Destructor Mouse Mat
To round off this Razer triple review, we have a lovely Destructor gaming surface (AKA mouse mat). This baby has a nice texture, comes in a sweet looking zip up case and is big enough to cover a lot of distance in mouse miles.
A non-slip base keeps this one in place. Overall, it's light, stiff and complementary to the whole Razer setup.
Touting a fractal surface design to aid laser tracking, it helps keep the laser mice pin sharp in their precision while the surface finish allows Teflon feet to slide easily over it.
This surface is serious business and it helps to round up the Razer desktop nicely.
Despite my quibbles with the keyboard size and brightness, and the mouse software being a bit flummoxing, there is nothing actually wrong with this desktop arrangement. It is perfect for anyone from casual gamers up to the elitist punks who need absolute precision and customization.
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