There are mousing surfaces and then there are gaming surfaces. Up until recently a gaming surface was your desktop or tabletop at your local LAN emporium. Today we’re taking a look at a product that seeks to change all that in a BIG way.
Mousing surfaces usually fall into one of two categories: Hard surface or cloth. Today we’re taking a look at one that defies categories and combines the best of both worlds. The smooth feel of a hard pad with the suppleness of a cloth pad.
It’s no secret. Gamers depend on a superior mousepad in order to help them play better. So it’s no wonder that we see countless options on the market, a few being from SteelPad. The 5L is unique, in a few different ways. Does it’s uniqueness work in it’s favor?
|Ratpadz XT||Rob Williams||December 13, 2006||Mousepads|
|XTrac Ripper XXL Mouse Surface||Matthew Harris||July 18, 2006||Mousepads|
|SteelPad S&S||Rob Williams||July 7, 2006||Mousepads|
|XTrac Hybrid||Matthew Harris||June 30, 2006||Mousepads|
|SteelPad 5L Gaming Mousepad||Rob Williams||June 26, 2006||Mousepads|
|SteelPad QcK+||Matthew Harris||March 17, 2006||Mousepads|
|Func sUrface1030 Archetype||Rob Williams||January 11, 2006||Mousepads|
|IceMat 2nd Edition Black Mousepad||Greg King||December 7, 2005||Mousepads|
|Steelpad 4D Mousepad||Rob Williams||May 5, 2005||Mousepads|