Corepad announces new sizes of the very popular ORIGINAL DeskPads and brand new finely textured plastic mousepads, the Keira series
New sizes DeskPads up to 120 x 60 cm and brand new plastic mousepads
The Netherlands - November 17, 2011 - Corepad, the manufacturer and distributor of PC gaming accessories, introduced the Corepad DeskPads in new sizes.
The Corepad DeskPad series are made of very durable, extreme large, flexible and smooth cloth. These huge mousepads will cover most of your Desk and are available in 3 sizes. It's supposed to put your keyboard or Laptop on as well. Besides that your arms lean comfortable on the surface.
At the same time Corepad introduced a black and white version of a finely textured plastic mousepad, called the Keira.
The Corepad Keira gaming mouse pad series are made of a finely textured hard plastic material, optimized for the next generation gaming mice. The tracking capability of this surface is the best, which results in extreme precise mouse movements. The Corepad keira series is for everyone who demand a consistent precision, accuracy and medium friction. The non-slip rubber base prevents the pad from sliding.
The new and old Corepad products are available from the BRAND NEW Corepad webshop aswell as from various other online retailers around the globe. Just check the "buy" section on this website.
Corepad is a manufacturer of "gaming" surfaces and replacement mouse feet, selling in various countries as of 2003. At this moment Corepad has many different surfaces on the market and do have the most models of replacement mouse feet around the world. Corepad is working on other nice products which will be released beginning of 2012. All Corepad products are developed in co-operation with professional users to ensure the best performance and durability.
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