SteelSeries QcK Pro Gaming Mouse Pad
SteelSeries also sent along the QcK Pro Gaming Mouse Pad for us to slide around on. On the front of the packaging they boast of the super durable cloth top, the specially designed non-slip foam base, and they offer the dimensions of 330mm in width, 270mm in depth, but there is no mention of the 3mm height. Also, just above the logo, there is a cut-away to allow customers to feel the cloth before they buy it.
Since both sides simply offer the SteelSeries name and logo, we are quickly looking at the back of the box. Here we see the name, an image of the product, and the list we discussed on the front is repeated again in six other languages.
Once we unrolled the QcK after removing it from the box, we found another SteelSeries sticker. As for the mouse pad, it is entirely black except in the bottom left corner where SteelSeries placed their name and logo in white.
As we move in much closer to the logo to get a better look at the texture on the cloth, we find a very tight weave that is almost slick to the touch, but it is nowhere near as aggressive in texture as many others we have seen lately.
With a few millimeters of open cell dense foam to back the cloth, the QcK Pro Gaming Mouse Pad offers just a bit of give for those that rest their palms in a relaxed grip on the pad; also, with the tiny pattern applied to the surface touching the desk, it offers plenty of traction to stay put.
There are two things about the QcK that we really like. One is that it can be had for right near ten dollars. The second thing we really like is that for that minor investment, we can see that once the Sensei Wireless is placed on the QcK, there is plenty of room to move around, especially considering the fact that we can always crank up the CPI and move the mouse much less. We really liked the QcK, and the freedom of movement it offered; for this kind of a price, how can you go wrong?
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