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Date: December 5th, 2003
Article By: Matt (Hardware Reviewer)
Edited By: Nathan Glentworth (Owner, Head Editor & Hardware Reviewer)
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CONCLUSIONS & AFTERTHOUGHTS


When testing the Icemat, I compared it with the Steelpad 4D in all aspects. I found that the two performed very similarly in respect to accuracy and performance. However, the Steelpad was over ten dollars less, is larger, and comes with higher quality Teflon. The Steelpad also does not make a noise no matter what is on the bottom of your mouse.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 


I used to think that the mousepad made little or no difference in computing. Because of the Icemat, I now see the error of my ways. The mouse is one of the most used devices on your computer and it relies almost completely on surface texture to work properly. As such, the mouse pad used should optimize your mouse's performance and efficiency. The Icemat completes and exceeds both of these requirements, which makes it one of the best mouse pads on the market.



Pros:


-Perfect accuracy and texture
-Makes work effortless and gaming more fun
-Does not slide or move around
-Interesting and professional look
-Works well with both optical and ball mice


Cons:


-Price
-Breakable
-Pad Surfers a must



If you have any other questions about this mousepad, please feel free to post them in our forums HERE.

 

 


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