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Razer Announces Dual-sided Vespula Mousepad

Razer, the company that loves to make all sorts of funky gaming mice for those obsessive about mousing in PC gamers, this week unveiled the Vespula. The selling feature for this mousepad is a dual-sided surface offering gamers a choice between smooth and crunchy, just like for peanut butter.

"The Razer Vespula was designed with gamers in mind that need a single solution for every game they play. Different genres call for different gameplays. The advanced technology in the improved dual-sided mouse mat gives gamers the choice of a smooth Speed Surface or a textured Control Surface, which delivers just that flexibility," said Robert Krakoff, president, Razer USA. "The Control Surface is great for gamers that use small, precise movements, while the Speed Surface is an ideal match for gamers that prefer large, sweeping motions."

The Vespula also comes with a gel-filled memory conformance rest for tired wrists. The premium mousepad is priced at $34.99 in the U.S. and €34.99 in the EU.

We're a fan of dual-sided mousepads, which first caught our attention from fUnc's Surface 1030 mousepads.

  • thegreathuntingdolphin
    I think I would rather pay $35 than €35.....
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  • Abrahm
    I've had a dual-sided Rocketfish mouse pad for quite a while now and I like it a lot.
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  • masterasia
    A lot cooler looking than the eXactMat which cost about the same price.
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  • the_krasno
    masterasiaA lot cooler looking than the eXactMat which cost about the same price.
    I was thinking the opposite, the eXactMat looks better IMO. I was about to buy one, actually, but now that this is here I will buy the one that gets the best review of the two.
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  • fooldog01
    Ive had the eXactMat for about a year and have been very pleased with it. I like this one too, though.
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  • thepetey
    thegreathuntingdolphinI think I would rather pay $35 than €35.....
    Hah, poor europeans
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  • purplerat
    AbrahmI've had a dual-sided Rocketfish mouse pad for quite a while now and I like it a lot.Me too, had it about 3 years and it's great. Razor is a bit late to the game on this one.
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  • anamaniac
    I've been using a foam with fabric top pad for 10 years now... it's nailed to my desk. It's not going anywere anytime soon.
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  • doomtomb
    $35 is pretty expensive for a mousepad but I don't think they are completely ripping you off for all that they are giving you. Razer = XFX in terms of quality as seen in the products and packaging.
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  • ty14
    Wish they'd sell JUST the wristrest, since I need one with my eXcatmat..
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