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  1. Gigabyte AORUS P7 RGB Fusion Gaming Mouse Pad
    $69.97
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  2. Thermaltake Level 20 RGB Gaming Mouse Pad
    $69
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  3. Coolermaster MP750 RGB Soft Gaming Mousepad - M
    $39
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  4. Coolermaster MP750 RGB Soft Gaming Mousepad - L
    $49
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  5. Cooler Master MP860 RGB Hard Gaming Mousepad
    $89
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  6. Tt eSPORTS Draconem RGB Hard Edition Mouse Pad
    $54
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  7. Corsair MM800 Polaris RGB Gaming Mouse Mat
    $99
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The right mouse pad will increase your control and daily comfort using your computer.

Gamers have a myriad of options to choose from. There are cloth pads that vary from "rough" to "smoothe" textures. There are also "hard" mousepads that are usually made from a plastic-like compound called polystyrene.

If you're considering a gaming mouse pad for the first time, it's probably best to get a crowd favourite mousepad like the Corsair MM300/MM350 range. We like these because they have a nice medium texture, not too smooth or course. They've also got stitched edges so they'll last a fair while.  Additonally, they are grippy underneath so they don't move around the desk too much.

As a rule of thumb, obtain the biggest mousepad you can comfortably fit on your desk. It's advantageous because you can control your mouse better (i.e. drawing a big line in a photo editor, or doing a 180-degree movement in a game).

As with all ergonomic devices, it's 100% personal preference. Why not come into one of our 4 Sydney locations and try them out?