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Date: May 5th, 2004
Article by: Nathan Glentworth (Head Editor & Hardware Reviewer)
Product was donated by: Corepad & Icemat
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CORPORATE PROFILE


Corepad



Corepad.com is the website of the worldís newest precision gaming surface. After years of research for the ultimate gaming mousemat that delivers both the precision needed by those with a passion for gaming together with the durability required by the discerning computer user we have developed the Corepad.


The Corepad takes gaming surfaces to a new level. Utilizing toughened safety glass the Corepad will ceaselessly provide you with the best possible surface for your gaming needs. Our construction methods ensure that the Corepad will outlast any of our competitors which means that you will never be let down by a substandard mousemat ever again.


Incorporating a unique branding feature, the Corepad offers a super-responsive surface which ensures that all your energy goes into wining the game. Place the Corepad at the center of your gaming system and you too will reap the rewards of the Corepadís innovative design and superb tracking properties.


We strive to make the best mousing surface there ever was and ever will be. Let it be at the heart of your game.

 

Icemat



The brand "Icemat" includes the famous line of mouse pads called "Icemat" but also accessories for proGaming. Furthermore the brand has expanded and now Icemat Gaming Wear, made of high quality textiles is part of the brand. We, at Soft Trading ApS, believe that gaming can expand to the largest sport worldwide. And by cooperation with several global partners, we help to ensure the existence of a justified worldwide GamerScene.

 

PRODUCT INTRODUCTION


Doesn't matter what type of computer user you are, you have become familiar with this little mandatory input device.



As everyone knows, the mouse is needed for any operating system including Windows, Apple OS, Linux etc.



When ball mice were introduced to mainstream computing, it was usually used in conjunction with a mousepad with a fabric covering to allow for better ball traction so it could travel accurately. This worked rather well until random reports came in about people going fits of rage slamming their mice constantly to get the damn dirty mouse ball to stop sticking. Everyone has been there, done that and are thankful that those days are over.


In marched the new optical mouse pads with no moving parts and the ability to work on a variety of surfaces. Mousepad sales dwindled seeing a desk surface was just as good of a surface as any mousepad. With everyday mousing, fine accuracy is not a huge concern. If you can get the cursor over an icon, you are good to go.


But, to the gamer, accuracy is everything. What a gamer needs is a mousing surface with less mouse drag for smooth movements and pinpoint targeting. How many times have you missed that all important headshot because your mouse stuck for a second and then let go causing your online victim to get away? Frustrating isn't it.


Today I have a couple examples of what a gaming mousing surface looks like and what specific features they bring to the table. One feature that is common with each is that they are both made of glass and extremely durable.


But, that's for the next section...

 

 


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