SteelSeries 63005 QcK Mini Gaming Mouse Pad (Black), Small
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- It is easy to transport
- It has steady rubber base
- It has smooth cloth surface
- Small size fits every table
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The SteelSeries QcK mini is a dream of a mouse pad for every gamer that prefers cloth surfaces. Having been released in August 2005 this mouse pad went through extensive testing by gaming professionals before its release and with their feedback the SteelSeries QcK mini was further developed, to make it the ultimate cloth pad every gamer desired. With the use of high quality cloth material, an optimized texture which guarantees both smoothness and glide and a specially designed non-slippery rubber base this mouse pad blows away the competition and is a great choice not only for the hardcore gamer but also for graphic designers and others who use their mouse for extended periods of time. The SteelSeries QcK mini is compatible with all types of mice and is ideal for starters because of its great value.
Pinpoint Control for All Gameplay Styles
Legendary Micro-Woven Cloth
With over 10 million sold, the SteelSeries QcK is the pinnacle of surface performance and innovation. The SteelSeries exclusive cloth surface provides pinpoint control for all gameplay styles.
The durable, non-slip rubber base is designed to eliminate unwanted movement and provide a solid platform for competitive gaming.
Legendary Esports Status
For the past 15 years, SteelSeries QcK has been the mouse pad of choice for esports pros.
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The tracking on this “pad” is phenomenal, but the glide makes tracking very hard to control. It feels like I’m playing air hockey. Maybe it’s a combination of my DeathAdder mouse with very smooth feet on this pad but the glide is too much. In FPS games I couldn't keep my crosshairs still when doing nothing and it made it hard to snap back and forth with precision. Also my quick mouse movements in FPS games were too noisy with this pad (most noticeable when in the company of others).
The pad itself is of quality build and very durable and probably worth the price if your mouse doesn’t glide as much as mine did.
2. I returned the QcK Hard for a QcK Limited (cloth type with stitched edge), also size medium ($20): five stars.
This one tracks just as well as the Hard version but I don’t feel like I’m playing air hockey in a pistol fight. I recommend this model over the Hard model. The build is great and the stitching feels like it won’t peal apart after rigorous FPS combat. Cheaper too.
It’s pretty stupid that the lot of product styles all live under one product item thereby sharing reviews. The styles vary wildly enough that a review for one style (QcK Hard) no way represents a review for other (QcK Limited Cloth Stitched Edge). Also, most reviewers here do not identify which style they purchased so their reviews mostly not helpful.
My cats seem to enjoy this mouse pad because it is flat, on my desk, and when they sit on it they are in the way. I am afraid that one day they will both sleep on it, and I won't be able to use any of the mouse pad anymore.
Anyway, if you need a good mouse pad, or you need a place for your cats to sleep, then I recommend this mouse / cat pad.
My brother ordered his off of steelseries for a total of $38 dollars. We had some suspicion over the differences and quality of Steelseries mousepads sold by Amazon due to previous experiences. So I decided to purchase mine from Amazon for a comparison. There is a difference with the rubber found underneath the mousepad. The one sold by Steelseries seems to be from a newer revision or model. the multiple logos on the back are shiny when held up at a certain angle, when we did this with mine, there is very little shine, and appears to be of an inferior quality. This alone proves that there is manufacturing or product differences between the mousepads sold here and on their official website. My guess is that Amazon is carrying older models of the mousepad but im not sure.
In terms of the actual surface, I cant say that I notice any difference at all. Both mousepads feel the same when using them with a mouse and when feeling them with my hand.
I purchased mine for around $28, so there is a $10 savings when you choose Amazon. I'm still disappointed that we received different products even when they were purchased within a week of each other. But I think the savings was worth it, and I think they are essentially the same product with minor differences.