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Razer Goliathus Speed (Extended) Gaming Mousepad: Smooth Gaming Mat - Anti-Slip Rubber Base - Portable Cloth Design - Anti-Fraying Stitched Frame - Stormtrooper Limited Edition
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- Built for Speed: Superior for gamers who require the quickest mouse movements
- Zero-Resistance: Optimized for all mouse sensitivities and sensors
- Non-Slip Rubber Base: Made of natural-foam rubber for keeping the Goliathus Speed mouse mat in place
- Limited Edition Star Wars Stormtrooper Edition: Pair with the Razer Atheris and BlackWidow Lite Stormtrooper Edition mice and keyboards to complete the set
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Designed to be as persistent as the Empire’s Finest, the Razer Goliaths Extended Storm trooper Edition has an anti-fraying stitched frame and anti-slip rubber base that’s durable and ideal for use anywhere.
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Razer Goliathus Extended Stormtrooper Edition
Engineered to meet the exacting demands of world champions, the highly-adaptable Razer Goliathus Extended Stormtrooper Edition is optimized for all mouse sensitivity settings and sensor types, and comes with a patterned rubber base to provide secure grip even on smooth surfaces.
Tight weave perfect for quick map scans
The weave on the Razer Goliathus Extended Stormtrooper Edition is pulled taut to create a slick and seamless surface so your Razer Goliathus Atheris Stormtrooper Edition glides quickly with zero hindrance whether you're playing your favorite RTS or FPS.
Optimized for all sensitivity settings and sensors
Low sens, high sens, laser or optical sensor - whatever your sensitivity setting or preferred gaming mouse, the Razer Goliathus Extended Stormtrooper Edition offers total tracking responsiveness for consistently reliable in-game control that's worthy of the tournament stage.
Anti-slip rubber base
The rubber base's pattern has been redesigned to provide a stronger grip, keeping the mat steady, no matter how aggressively you swipe. Now you can quickly scan maps and deftly maneuver without worrying about your mouse mat moving.
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Surface uniformity: the SteelSeries, Razer, and iXCC are perfectly uniform as far as I can tell. The Glorious has some nicks as you drag a mouse across it, and resistance varies slightly by angle.
Surface resistance: surprisingly to me, there’s a big difference. The SteelSeries and Razer are relatively high, the Glorious in the middle, and the iXCC the lowest. The difference is enough that hitting a stationary mouse with a constant amount of force moves it about twice as far on the iXCC as the SteelSeries or Razer.
Using mouseaccuracy.com, I found that I perform best with the higher resistance of the SteelSeries or Razer. With a low-resistance pad you’ll spend more time going from “cursor is moving fast near the target” to “cursor is in the target”; with a high-resistance pad you need more force to move the same distance. I found that I’m better able to compensate for the latter than the former, so, my mousing performance improves with a higher-resistance pad.
Durability: I bought the SteelSeries in 2013 and the other three a few days ago. The SteelSeries degrades severely within a few years: moderate warping, cloth peeling off, crumbling rubber backing, dirt that can’t be scrubbed out. The Razer appears to have the same construction. The Glorious has stitched edges, but they’re somewhat rough and thick, forming a rim around the pad. The iXCC’s stitching is the same height as the rest of the pad, softer, and more uniform.
Thickness: Razer 2/32 in, Glorious center 3/32 in, Glorious rim 4/32 in, iXCC 7/32 in. Measured with a tape measure, so assume some imprecision. I don’t find that thickness makes a difference to me, but I do rub against the Glorious’ rim.
Conclusion: out of my three new pads, I’m choosing the Razer for its surface, but I expect it to degrade quickly. The iXCC has great build quality, but I can’t perform as well on its surface.
You can leave it in between and transport your device; however, I am choosing not to risk it, I feel it would cause unnecessary strain on the middle part of the screen, and perhaps some flex on the areas that are not in contact between the screen and mouse pad.
Other than that, it's a comfortable surface, no problems with tracking on my Logitech Anywhere MX 2S, ultra portable. Very happy, super affordable, was just mislead by the claims of it fitting between keyboard and screen, granted I am probably to blame due to not taking the time to measure the clearance on my laptop.
It also has a super cool looking logo on it. ;)