Gamers don’t want to put up with subpar equipment… they want the best. Seeing that high-end hardware can be extremely expensive, it’s good to start with the modest mousepad! Today, we are taking a look at the Func sUrface 1030 mousepad, which looks to offer much more to the gamer than other pads on the market.
As seen in the pictures, there is a hole for your finger at the bottom. This will allow you to lift the mouse and it’s base out of the case. When you purchase the mouse pad, you will have two options of the base to choose from. There is the pure black “Suede-Feel Hard Plastic Base” which is the version in this review, or the “Machine Billet Aluminum”, which is much more solid but will cost you an additional $15. Once you lift the base out, you will find a brochure, case badge and cord clip.
The clip should be elaborated on, because it can be quite useful. If you’ve ever blamed your losing streak on your mouse cord, then this is the solution. All it does is clip to the top of the pad, and will allow you to run your cord through it. There’s a slot on the top of the pad for the clip, so there will be no worry about it becoming unstable. On the bottom of the base are some gel feet, which are guaranteed to keep the pad in place “even during the most intense gaming sessions”.
Just like the Steelpad 4D we evaluated last year, this pad is two sided to better suit your playing style.
Since mouse pad specs are not exactly my strong point, I will let the official site do the talking: