Razer Destructor gaming mousepad presented

Posted on Tuesday, Jan 08 2008 @ 17:24 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Razer is showing off a new gaming mousepad at CES 2008 called Destructor. This pad features a "Razer Fractal" surface for high-precision gameplay and is optimized for both optical and laser gaming-grade mice.

The pad ships in a premium lightweight protective case, measures 350mm x 280mm x 2.3mm and has a non-slip rubber base.
The Razer Destructor, named after the Gigantiops Destructor ant, is a premium gaming-grade mousing surface. Coated in a highly reactive gunmetal finish, gaming-grade optical mice can track up to 25% better on the Razer Destructor, and gaming-grade laser mice can track up to 37% better on the Razer Destructor when compared to other gaming-mousing surfaces which are designed specifically for extremely precise movements. Concurrent with advancements made by Razer in gaming-grade mousing sensor technology, the Razer Destructor benefits from the extensive research and development done by Razer on optimizing mousing sensor technology. The Razer Destructor has achieved this by offering a solution that facilitates faster tracking speeds, and allows mousing sensors to achiever higher inches per second ratings (IPS) before the mouse reaches its IPS “limit.”

Razer says the mousepad was developed in cooperation with numerous world championship professional gamers and teams. The mousepad will be available this month but at $39.99/€39.99 it's quite expensive.

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