Mouse pad gaming table

bigddybn

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I think they are counting on the fact that a sucker is born every minute. Hit your local IKEA. You'll spend half the money for a table twice as nice and won't spend years worrying about the surface peeling off or being ruined because you forgot a coaster.

There are a billion very good mouse surfaces out there. Most under $20. I use an AR15 Tekmat personally.
 

valve1138

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You can get gigantic mouse pads that can cover an entire desk for ,maybe $50. I'd do one of those and a normal desk, like I have already.
 

Eshelmen

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I like the concept, but not for $360. I'd consider this for $200 and less.
 

Z06Chris

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I've considered these but don't want to buy without feeling the table's consistency..sometimes an actual mat just feels better.

If you check slickdeals from time to time you can get a huge mouse gaming mat for around 15$
 

FIFAplayer

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This is crazy to spend that much on gaming pad and mouse. Guess you gotta reconsider.
 

Domingo

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There are desk setups that can cost quite a bit more than that, but they provide much more than that.
Something akin to this: https://mojodesk.com/products/best-gamer-standing-desk and a large/nice mousepad (a la Reflex Lab stuff) would serve you better if you have money to spend and want something nice. Otherwise, just snag an IKEA desk and a standard large pad.
 
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