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Corsair unveils gaming mouse mats called the Vengeance MM200 and MM400

Corsair announces two ranges of gaming mats

| Peripherals News | Posted: Oct 26, 2012 1:32 am

Our friends over at Corsair have just taken the cover off of their latest computer gaming accessory. Under the cover, we found two new gaming mouse mats designed to "deliver durable, gaming grade surfaces and a best-in-class gaming experience." Dubbed the Vengeance MM200 and Vengeance MM400, these will be the first two models to launch.


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"Just as performance sports cars needs premium-quality tires in order to maximize performance on the road, a high-quality gaming mouse mat is essential to maximize the performance of gaming mice like the Vengeance laser gaming mice", said Ruben Mookerjee, Vice President and General Manager of the Components Business Unit at Corsair. "Corsair gaming mouse mats are engineered from the ground-up to deliver the consistent performance that gamers demand, so they can focus on winning."


The MM200 is a "glide-optimized" textile surface that includes fray-resistant edges and a non-slip rubber base. This model will be available in four different sizes, ranging from small to extra large formats. They even have a wide format version so as to accommodate different playing styles.


The MM400 is a single-sized gaming mat made with a "tuned, low-friction polymer surface." Corsair says that it has "been engineered to provide outstanding glide and precise control, for pixel-accurate aiming." This gaming mat is a large 957 square centimeters "to ensure you won't run your mouse off the edge in a critical moment."


Both mats come with a 1-year limited warranty and are now available worldwide. The MM200 will set you back $12.99 for the small; $14.99 for the Medium/Large; $24.99 for the Extra Large; $16.99 for the Wide. The MM400 is suggested to sell for $29.99.

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