Since I found this website in 2002 I've had quite a few mousepads in my hands.
Some people say mousepads are redundant these days because modern optical
mice work fine on your desk without one but I don't think that's the case.
Good mousepads add comfort and accuracy. Today I'm taking a look at the
Gamepad Precision Pro mousepad from Revoltec.
Revoltec isn't well known so I'll start with a little introduction. Revoltec
is a brand from a German firm called Listan. That name will probably not ring
a bell in your head but maybe you know them from their other be quiet! brand
which makes power supplies, noise absorption mats and case fans.
Besides mousepads designed for gamers Revoltec also has gaming keyboards,
mice, coolers, CCFLs and other products for case modding and computer
The Gamepad Precision Pro is part of their GamePad Precision lineup. This
mousepad features two surfaces: a rough one to make extremely fast movements
possible and a fine surface to make highly precise movements in games.
Revoltec says the rough surface is great for low-sense gamers and the fine
surface should be great for hi-sense gamers.
The Revoltec Gamepad Precision Pro arrives in this nice box.
After opening the box you'll notice that Revoltec ships this mousepad with a
LAN carrying bag.
That's definitely a nice special feature. While transporting your mousepad to a LAN party the bag should prevent that your mousepad bends or gets dirty. Inside the bag you also find a piece
of tape. You can cut pieces of this tape and attach it to the pads on the
bottom of your mouse, this should make your mouse glide more easily and faster
over the mousepad.
Lets take a look at the technical details:
Dimensions: 275mm x 225mm x 3.5mm
Compatibility: Compatible with all standard mouse types, including laser
- Two unique surfaces
- Highly precise movements and low friction resistance
- Special slip-resistant rubber frame and rest for the heel of the hand
- Ships with glide tapes
The mousepad is placed in this rubber frame.
The rubber frame features an anti-slip bottom so your mousepad won't slip on
Another special feature of the rubber frame is the wrist rest.
The mousepad has two sides. This is the LowSense side:
The LowSense is flat but has a rough feel, the HighSense side feels a lot less
rough. Both sides are black and feature a nice Revoltec logo on the bottom
right corner. The pad has an average size, if you want a bigger mousepad you could consider the Precision Advanced.
After choosing which side you want to use you have to push it into the rubber
To test this mousepad I used two mice: the wireless Logitech MX1000 and the
The mousepad performed pretty good, I've already used dozens of plastic
mousepads and this one definitely ranks among the top.
Both sides perform well and too be honest, besides the way they feel, I can't
really spot a difference between them. However, for people who still use ball mice the rough side should provide much better tracking results.
The rubber rest felt nice but I can imagine that some people will dislike this
feature. It's possible to use the mousepad without the rubber frame but if you
do this the pad will probably slip on your desk.
Honestly I can't say much bad about this mousepad. It performs well, looks
nice and should be very durable. The only problem that may keep you from
buying it is the availability. Outside Germany and some other European
countries this mousepad will be pretty hard to find. Pricing varies from store
to store. In some German stores it sells for only 15.90EUR which makes it a
bargain considering all the extras like the nice LAN bag it ships with, but in
other stores it can cost as much as 27EUR.
The Good Stuff
- Mousepad offers good performance, tracking and accuracy
- Ships with a nice LAN carrying/protection bag
- Has two sides
- Nice rubber frame with anti-slip.
- Includes glide tape.
- Relatively cheap.
The Bad Stuff
- Some people may not like the heel rest.
I give the Revoltec Precision Pro mousepad a 9/10.