• XTracPads Hybrid
  • XTracPads Hybrid

    Author: Matt
    Published: May 28th, 2009 3:03 PM
    Category: Mouse Pads,Reviews
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Introduction

Here at Tech-Reviews, we are very familiar with XTracPads’ products after reviewing a variety of their mouse pads.  Previously we have rated pads such as the Fat Mat and Micro very highly and are therefore expecting great things from XTracPad’s new products.  Let’s see if the newly available Hybrid lives up to our expectations.

About XTracPads

“Started in March of 2002 by a group of hard-core pc gamers, our mousing surfaces and accessories have won countless awards.

We offer an expanding variety of surfaces and optical mouse pad sizes. Not only are our products used in computer gaming, they are equally efficient for many other applications such as digital animation, desktop publishing and more.”

Features

  • Cloth and plastic surface
  • Comfortable and fast
  • Frey resistant edges
  • Sure Grip rubber backing
  • HUGE mousing surface

Specifications

  • 10″ x 16″ x 3/16″ (254mm x 406mm x 4mm)
  • Sure Grip rubber backing
  • Cloth and plastic mousing surface
  • Tested and 100% compatible with the following mice:Logitech:MX300/500/510/518/700/1000/G5/G7/G9Microsoft:

    Intellimouse Explorer 3.0/4.0 Laser Mouse 6000

    Razer:

    DeathAdder/Mamba

    Apple:

    Mighty Mouse


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