Razer shows off Scarab, a new hard gaming mousepad that succeeds the Razer Destructor. This new mouse mat promises more accurate tracking thanks to the Razer Fractal 2.0 textured surface and offers an improved rubber base. The Scarab measures 350mm x 280mm x 3mm (W x L x H) and is bundled with a reinforced carrying case. It will start shipping in January 2011 for $39.99.
The Razer Scarab gaming mouse mat is the much anticipated sequel to the Razer Destructor. To create a mouse mat that is on par with the performance capabilities of today’s gaming mice the engineers at Razer revisited the Razer Destructor to improve the Razer Fractal™ surface – the core of the Razer Destructor’s dominance. The result is the enhanced Razer Fractal 2.0™ surface composition: The entire mouse mat is subdivided into very small areas, each of which displays self-similarity to its surrounding areas. This aids mice sensors to establish a highly responsive and uniform tracking. The Razer Scarab is fine-tuned to be an all-rounder, allowing you to make effortless swipes across the entire surface as well as precise movements to acquire your targets more accurately.
Razer Fractal 2.0™ Textured Surface for Greater Tracking Precision
The Razer Scarab features Fractal 2.0™, an advanced iteration of the Razer Fractal™ technology surface first seen on the Razer Destructor. Putting crystalline coating on the peaks of the grained surface to differentiate against the darker troughs, sensors can identify positions significantly faster and more accurate allowing the Razer Scarab to deliver superior tracking.
Improved Rubber Base for Stability and Control
The improved rubber base of the Razer Scarab helps to even out minimal irregularities in the surface underneath and ensures that the only thing moving over the mat are your surgically executed swipes of the mouse.
Reinforced Carrying Case for Extra Protection
To protect the Razer Scarab’s Fractal 2.0 surface, it comes in an extra sturdy carrying case for easy transport to your favorite gaming spots.