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Article by: Jackie Mueller (Hardware Reviewer)
Edited By: Nathan Glentworth (Owner / Head Editor)
Product was submitted by: XFX
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CONCLUSIONS AND AFTERTHOUGHTS



The WarPad from XFX is everything a gaming mouse pad should be. It has a large surface area, thick padding, and the clamp-on design ensures that it will stay exactly where you put it. There are no flashy colors or designs – the WarPad is strictly business and it does its job well. If wrist and/or forearm soreness has ever been an issue, this pad will eliminate it. Even though it's designed for gaming, any heavy computer user can benefit from the added comfort this product provides.


The WarPad is very well made and I see no reason why it wouldn't last for years, even with heavy use. The price of $54.99 can be hard to swallow though, but if you're a gamer and serious about your gear this is the pad to get. It easily trumps any other pad on the market right now in terms of support and comfort.


Pros:


- Clamp-on design
- Supports the wrist and forearm
- Large surface area
- 6mm thick pad


Cons:


- Pricey
- Requires a desk that is 2” thick or less

 

 

If you have any further questions about XFX's Warpad, please feel free to post a question in our forums HERE.

 

 


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