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Steelpad 4D vs Speedpad Review

Posted on Wednesday, February 11 2004 @ 14:16:56 CET by LSDsmurf


The first thing that I noticed was that both pads had the same shape. The Steelpad is a little foldable; the Speed-pads are solid and massive. The Steelpads exist of two separate parts: the two sided mouse surface and a non-skid pad. The problem with the non-skid pad is that it isn’t attached to the mouse surface, so every time you want to move the mouse pad, you first need to move the non-skid surface. The Speed-pads are built in one piece, a solid mouse pad with non-skid dots attached to the bottom. In the package of the Steelpad we also find some Padsurfers to improve the gliding of the mouse on the surface. The Padsurfers are a kind of tape that you’ve got to stick to your mouse.



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