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Das Keyboard Division Zero M50 Pro Laser Gaming Mouse Review

By: Chad Sebring | Mice in Peripherals | Posted: Apr 22, 2016 1:20 am
TweakTown Rating: 96%Manufacturer: Das Keyboard

47W-Control Mouse Pad

 

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Even the mouse pad shows up in the same style packaging. On the front of the box, we simply see the logo and the product naming. We also see that this 47W-Control is optimized for control and precision.

 

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The next side of the packaging then tells us that this is a Pro Gaming Mouse Pad, and we can see that the packaging is sealed at the factory.

 

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The back contains a bunch of fine print, but mostly it explains the precision and control, the materials used, and grip afforded by the base.

 

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The last of the panels then starts with the logo and company name, and this time in English, delivers what we found on the back. There is also a cut-out that allows you to feel the mouse pads surface and ends with its dimensions. There we find the 47W-Control is 280mm wide, 340mm long, and is only 1mm in thickness.

 

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While most of the usable surface is black, and we do like the gray logos printed down both sides to add a bit of a style to this. We also find that the bright white logo and the red lettering of the 47W-Control at the bottom stands out against that black background

 

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The top surface of the 47W-Control is made from a fine weave of cloth, but at the same time, you do see a bit of texture for the sensor to read. We can also tell from this image, that there is not much thickness to this at all, as it stands a mere 1mm tall off the desktop.

 

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The back side of the pad is made from a dense foam rubber and offers a chevron pattern to grip the desk. We found no issues with the pad sliding around, and we tried wood, a rubber desk mat, and even stacked on other mouse pads, the 47W never moved.

 

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Adding some size perspective, to show how well they go together, we placed the M50 into this image. With the amount of DPI offered, you can easily stay within the confines of this pad, and at lower DPI levels, the M50 is easy to grip and lift, so the size of the 47W-Control never really becomes an issue.

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