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Date: November 8th, 2004
Article by: Joe Anderson (Hardware Reviewer)
Edited by: Nathan Glentworth (Owner, Head Editor & Hardware Reviewer)
Product was donated by: SteelPad

 

CONCLUSIONS & AFTERTHOUGHTS


Overall I would consider my experience with the Steelpad to be a positive one. It's a high quality, well designed product that does what it does very well. It appears to be quite durable and the sleeve is a nice addition for the LAN party crowd. While the "bling" factor of the Steelpad is pretty low, I wouldn't consider that to be a drawback. Compared with some of the other gaming pads I've seen, the Steelpad's beauty lies in it's simplicity and quiet functionality. With a MSRP of almost $40 US, it's not cheap, and availability seems to be somewhat limited here in North America.


I'll have to admit that I probably wouldn't have gone out and purchased a Steelpad, but now that I've used it for a while I don't think I'll be going back to "commando-style" mousing anytime soon. Sort of reminds me of the first time I tried on some….. Nevermind, I promised you we wouldn't go there.


Pros:


-It's big!
-Quality
-Responsive and Precise
-Sleeve and Teflon Pads Included


Cons:


-It's big!
-Price
-Availability



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