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  1. This is a large gaming mouse pad. Although I have no plan to use it for gaming. I need a wide mouse space for two mouses that I use for work, having two different computers. This allows me to not have to reach over to the smaller mouse pad to maneuver the mouse. It can be altered no matter where it is since the mouse pad is so long. It has served its purpose for me. Bought my husband one too, he said he doesnt like the noise the computer makes sometimes on the table so having this pad provides more quiet environment for the mouse and the laptop computer. I was having to move the mouse pad frequently or the mouse would slip off messing up where I had the cursor. Now I dont have to be concerned about that. Some mentioned that there was some curling on the ends when taking it out of the box. I didnt find that to be true. But just in case I immediately laid it out and put my computer on it slightly and I havent noticed any issues with that.

  2. This is an excellent mouspad. I’ve had mine for a year and it is still holding up great! Washable too – great bonus. Love this mouspad so much I bought a second one for my room at college. Great deal for the price. Mice just glide over it. Smooth as butter.

  3. The pad comes in a sort of plain black box with just minimal information on it. Inside the mat is rolled and wrapped in plastic.The pad has a large Pecham logo in the right corner and the surface is very smooth, it’s a lycra water resistant material. The edges are stitched well to keep it from fraying and best of all the pad is machine washable.The back of the pad is rubberized to make sure it sticks and stays in place.The mat is large, which I like a lot, it’s just under 31” x 12” in dimensions and about 3mm thick. I can easily fit both my keyboard and mouse on this pad and have some room left. The pad works great with my mouse, no issues with tracking at all, fast or slow movements registered. The pad stays put, no issues there either so II ‘d say the rubber backing works well.I like these large pads a lot as I can have it under my keyboard which makes it more comfortable for me. The pad works fine with my mouse, no complaints there.For the price this pad is a great deal I think, I’m very happy with it.Pros:+Large size+Machine washable+Inexpensive+Well madeCons:-None that I could find

  4. I saw this product come across my Facebook news feed on some sketchy group buying page so I decided to look it up on Amazon and I’m glad I did. Before I had a Razer Goliathus mouse pad, which is also a great product, but my desk has a very smooth surface which caused my keyboard to slide around while typing or gaming. I had been looking for an ‘oversided’ mouse pad for some time but it always seemed like they were pretty pricey, so when I found this one on sale I pulled the trigger on it immediately.Many people have asked about if the product had a distinct smell, I don’t think it does, unless you were to stick your nose to the rubber backing material (it smells the same as my Razer mouse pad). The great thing about it is that this mouse pad has eliminated my keyboard creeping around my desk and I no longer find myself running the mouse over the edge of the mouse pad. I haven’t had any issues with the mouse not working properly on this product and the mouse moves just as quickly as it did with my Razer product.If you are looking for a mouse pad that takes up some pretty considerable real estate on your desk this is definitely the product for you. I don’t think I’ll ever go back to a traditionally sized mouse pad after using this one.

  5. I’ve always been a fan of large mouse pads for my desktop computer, but the Cmhoo XXL Pro really takes it to the next level. I bought it on impulse, but the dark global map version really dresses up my beat-up computer table. A few observations:1. Did it lay flat? Yes. It ships rolled up, but when unrolled lies perfectly flat. No annoying lift on the edges or settling in period.2. Appearance: elegant. The Arctic and Antarctic areas feather into black, darn it, but the global map is pretty cool with basic slightly-blurry map information and time zones.3. Quality: excellent. The padded rubber base and finely-woven surface allows perfect mouse tracking. The tightly-woven border keeps the edges from fraying–you rarely see this quality touch.4. One downside: it smells powerfully of tire rubber. I complained and they quickly emailed me the suggestion to wash the pad on “gentle,” then air dry the pad. The smell was much reduced and disappeared with time.At the price, the Cmhoo XXL Pro mouse pad is a solid five-stars.

  6. Pros:-Large, more than enough to cover a large portion of my desk.-Beautiful design (I got the “Sky Girl” design).-Doesn’t slide around much. I have a glass desk so, mouse pads tend to slide around. This one seems to have a decent grip, although I might add some adhesive around the edges.Cons:-There IS a smell to it, and its noticeable. I got mine 2 days ago and its still potent.-The advertised product image is a simulated image. The pad I got is much lighter colored, and looks somewhat washed out. The contrast is not nearly what is advertised. Picture provided. It still looks good, but, 1 of 2 things happened.1.) They don’t inspect these as they’re printed, so they aren’t aware that their product image doesn’t match their product.2.) They’re aware, and don’t care enough to update their product page and previews.Either scenario is unprofessional..Also, I *DID* check other customer’s images, and another customer ordered the same mat and got a significantly better looking one that is accurate to the advertised image, but that was around 9 months ago. Maybe they changed printers or the process used to print them? I don’t know. But it was disappointing to open it up and have it be so less bold and contrasting. All in all, I’m only out $17. You live and learn.

  7. It doesn’t slide around, but can be moved when necessary. Its a good size but is pretty hard so can make my wrist sore after a while, but generally does a goid job at what I got it for.

  8. Nice quality made Memory Foam Mouse Pad. I’m on the computer all day and my hand get tired and aches after awhile. Its like A pillow for my wrist. The shape of the pad is good for this also but I still prefer the traditional square or rectangular shape only because I need the room to draw as if I was using the mouse like a pencil. Only other thing I like to see is a larger size pad. Right now my mouse pad pretty much covers most of my table and work space. And I’m sure they e already thought of this but some different colors and designs would be a plus.

  9. The mouse pad is a very nice size, and well made. I appreciate the stitching along the edges that will prevent fraying, but those stitches allow the edges of the pad to curl up a bit, which is mildly annoying (not a deal breaker). The wrist rest is sticky and definitely stays in place, but it’s rather small for anyone who tends to move their wrist, and it’s firmer than I would like. I like the set in general, but wish the manufacturer would offer a set in which the wrist pad is the same width as the mouse pad.

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