mousepad for Razer deathadder 2013

I have ordered Razer Deathadder 2013 edition, i still haven't got the mouse.
which mousepad is good for this mouse ? i heared about SS Qck or SS HD series
and about his sensor which not working good with all mousepads.
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  1. just use a regular cloth mousepad.

    buying a hard "gaming pad" is a complete waste of money and it actually shortens the life of the teflon feet.

    i have an older version deathadder here and it works perfect on my cloth pad (tekmat) and on my staples cloth mousepad. i would suggest solid black but this is not required.
  2. ssddx said:
    just use a regular cloth mousepad.

    buying a hard "gaming pad" is a complete waste of money and it actually shortens the life of the teflon feet.

    i have an older version deathadder here and it works perfect on my cloth pad (tekmat) and on my staples cloth mousepad. i would suggest solid black but this is not required.


    I understand man, but i want some quality mousepad. not an expensive one. 30$ Max no more.
    Steelseries Qck is good enough ?
  3. there lies the misconception. between good cloth and good hard pads there is no quality issue. they are different types of products which do the same thing. more expensive does not always mean better.

    performance difference between the two as far as tracking is concerned is negligible.

    hard pads do wear out teflon feet faster than cloth pads.

    hard pads can be raised off the surface of the desk providing an uneven surface which can irritate joints - these are typically the led underlit ones. flat type hard pads or cloth pads are are not and provide a better working surface.

    in the end the only benefit of a hard pad is that it looks cool or has pretty led lights under it. if this is why you want one and want to pay extra for such aesthetics than just about any highly rated one will work.

    you may wish to look at tekmat.com to see what i use. for $10 i think its better looking than hard pads and its a cloth pad.

    your choice though, i'm just giving you some advice you can decide on your own what you want to buy.
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