|Razer eXactMat and eXactRest Bundle - Mouse Pad and Wrist Rest
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High performance mousing surface is designed to deliver top performance for games and challenging work / Gel Rest Support
For gamers. By gamers.
Razer is the world's leading brand in high-end computer gaming peripherals. The eXactMat is Razer's first mousing surface, and it embodies the same attention to technology, design and ergonomics that has made Razer an industry leader in gaming peripherals. Two surfaces, "Speed" and "control" give you the options you need to give your gameplay a competitive edge. The large surface area provides plenty of room to make your best moves. A specially-designed, gel-filled wrist rest provides support for long gaming sessions. The non-slip, anti-reflective, abrasion-resistant Anodized Aluminum surface makes the eXactMat durable and long-lasting. It's got what you need to take perfect control of your gaming experience.
- Oversized (10.4" x 13") and uniquely-shaped surface provides plenty of room for scrolling
- Two-sided, longer-lasting Anodized Aluminum mousing surface
- "Speed" side for high-sensitivity users and gaming
- "Control" side for low-sensitivity and professional design users
- Non-slip, anti-reflective, abrasion resistant hard coat
- great mouse pad
this is the BEST mouse pad ever, the mice feels like its hovering over the mouse pad....more info
- Great surface
This game pad is very sturdy, My only thing about it was the price. Cost way too much for a sheet of metal and two different surfaces. Yeah the mouse glides like ice on it. I just think with a little DIY someone could make this for a lot less. Feels kind of like the plastic on a PS2 but a little more ridged. Otherwise it is a great mouse pad....more info
- Superior wrist support
Originally I was not intending to purchase the pad with the new Razer mouse. I am glad that I did. While not a gamer, I spend enough time on the computer daily to appreciate the well designed wrist rest. ...more info
- The best pad I've used, period
I've owned a fUnc 1080, Ratpadz GS, and Thunder 8. The eXactMat blows them all away. This is the first pad I've owners which doesn't slide around at all. Really, it doesn't move. The bottom of the surface is totally rubber. You're not working with a few cheesy pads here. The surface itself is more dirt resistant than any other I've used. The aluminum frame makes for a solid piece. I've noticed no warping over time as I have with previous mouse pads. It also seems easier on my mice. I don't want a pad which will act like sandpaper on the bottom of the mouse. The size is appropriate. Not too big, not too small. It doesn't look tacky sitting on your desk, which is always a bonus. Who wants a mouse pad which looks like it's designed for 12 year olds? The wrist rest is great. It fits the pad perfectly and is comfortable. It's also a boon for your arm posture if you're a heavy PC user. The indent in the middle is a nice touch. The fabric cover is easy to keep clean and comfortable.
The bottom line:
If you're sick of mouse pads which seem like little more than glorified kitchen cutting boards with rubber knobs on the bottom, this is for you. You don't need to be some Mountain Dew-fueled gamer to appreciate a well designed mouse pad. The pad is gimmick-free and does what it is supposed to do very well....more info
- Wow, nice pad
I love this pad, durable, extremely accurate, and the wrist wrest is the most comfortable one i have ever had. size is just right, extremely comfortable, and responds wonderfully.
If you are looking for a mouse pad, and you are a serious gamer...this is the one to get. If you are looking for a computer to game with: Ichtus Computers is the way to go.
By the way, the price is not really bad compared to some pads that dont come wth the rest. To me, it is worth it....more info
- Great pad, great wrist rest
On the mousepad side of things, this double-sided mat is high quality all the way around. It has aluminum surfaces attached to each side of a thin, but sturdy aluminum plate. I use the speed side since it is smoother, with a Razer DeathAdder that I also recently purchased. Amazon was sold out of these-- the razer store has them.
The wrist rest is also just as high quality. It actually uses a memory foam cushion which is much more comfortable than the cheap gel material typically found in mouse wrist rests. It also has a dip in the middle making it very comfortable for long gaming sessions. Keep this in mind if you're considering another gaming mousepad. The wrist rest is optional, but it adds stability (it is a large rubber mat + rest, the mousepad sits on top of the mat part)....more info
- Razer eXactMat !
This mat is simply the best point blank period.The surface is perfect for FPS gaming and general use.There is more than enough space to maneuver and not have to re-adjust the mouse. ...more info
- Best Mousepad I ever owned
I only use the speed side but this is the best mouse pad I ever own. It make my Logitech MX Revolution work so well. I can use the mouse on any surface but it works the best on this pad. I had this pad since May 2007....more info
- Tricky with Lasers...
The pad is cool, despite the neon green decals, and offers a solid, large mousing surface. However, my Logitech Revolution Laser Mouse fails to track on the surface of this pad. This is a little odd considering I've played with this mouse and got it working on everything from glossy wood and transparent glass to a carpet on the floor.
I'm rating this at 3 stars because the product description should make a statement about performance with laser mice. It is a cool product, and probably does wonders for ball and optical mice... but they should disclose the weaknesses with laser mice....more info
- DeathAdder + eXactMat = killer speed
I purchased this as part of a combo, and it has just been phenomenal. I was using a Logitech Wireless Desktop MX Duo (MX700 mouse) on a plastic mat previously and was getting a little bored with the inherent lag of a wireless solution and the small size and feel of the mat.
This mat is just the right size to fit on my desk. I now have a G15 keyboard which is a bit larger than my previous keyboard. The mat just fits between the G15 and the edge of the desk. It isn't going anywhere, either, thanks to the rest/grip and the rubber feet on the mat itself. It's nice and solid and has cleaned up pretty easily when needed. Definitely worth buying....more info
- Great pad
The pad is very well made, quite large (good for gamers using low sensitivity settings) and works like a charm on any mouse I've used on it so far (G5, Deathadder, MX512 and Copperhead).
Both sides work well, but you may want to experiment with the type of mouse you have. I always preferred the Control side, but when I got my Deathadder I noticed that I liked it with the Speed side better.
Don't think of it as Control giving you better tracking and Speed giving you better.. well... speed. It's more like what feels better to you with the type of mouse you are using, and with this pad you get 2 choices. With many other pads you're stuck with 1 surface.
The wrist rest is a nice add on. I do not use it as I hate those things (make my wrist hurt actually), but for people that use em, this one will do the job.
I have no problems recommending this pad. It's high quality, works great and considering you actually get 2 pad choices in 1, it's a very decent price too....more info
- The worst mousepad ever
The first thing that happened after I bought this mouse pad is that it didn't work. I'd move my mouse on the pad and the cursor just wouldn't move. I took it back to the store and was surprised to find out that it worked there. So I took it back home, what else was there to do?
It was only after a couple of hours of experimentation that I'd finally found out what went wrong. I have a cordless optical mouse. The receiver plugs in to the USB which is right next to my LAN slot. When the LAN cable is plugged in it seems to interfere with the signal from my mouse. But this is only the problem when I'm using this pad! If I'm not using it and just move the mouse over the surface of the table, or some other mouse pad, then there is no problem. But when using this pad, and the LAN cable is plugged in, then the cursor just won't move, or it moves but the movement is too jerky to control.
However, that's not all! The edge of the pad is made of some sort of metal which gets really cold at room temperatures. If you use the pad then your wrist or the place just below your wrist will lean against the edge of the pad and at times it could be so cold it hurts (especially so if you sometimes like to open the window).
So, if you value your hands and your money, be wary of this mouse pad. You'll probably be better off just using the surface of the table or using some ordinary, cheap, spongy mouse pad to protect the surface from friction damage.
Edit: I've later learned that the pad also has a wrist rest. Personally, I don't like those because they are usually thick and regardless of how soft they are, they're still interfering with the proper function of the veins in my wrist. Still, the pad itself was so expensive and so inefficient I'm not even thinking of buying an extension for it. There's pads that are a hundred times cheaper (literally), and by far more efficient. I was fool enough to think that the more expensive it is, the better it gets....more info
- Nice pad.
Overall, I'm happy with the pad. It has a nice textured surface that's enough for optical mice to pick up precise movements, yet still smooth to the touch. The wrist rest I love, it's so squishy and comfy, I'd really like to find one that's pillow-sized haha.
My only real complaints, if you even want to call it that, is that I used the Ratpadz GS before this. That pad provided a bit more resistance to my mouse, which I grew used to and was comfortable with. This pad is much more slick than the Ratpadz GS, it feels like my mouse is sliding around instead of me pushing it around. Can be a plus or minus depending on personal preference, I suppose.
My other complaint is the funky shape. It's like a warped out weird and funky square.. thing.. No idea. I would've been much more happy if it was a simple square, it would've sat on my desk much nicer. I usually push the edge of my pad along a squared off wall on my desk. I can't do that with this one or it'll be lopsided. Due to this, my keyboard sits on the corner of the pad. I just don't have enough room due to the funky shape. Again, not an issue for most, different sized desks and all, it's just what I'm used to and doesn't work as well for me. I just really think it would've been better off as a simple square.
I also really like that it can be flipped over to the other side, so once this side gets worn down, I can simply flip it and use the other. Twice the life in one pad. Due to the less resistance and pressure against the pad itself, and the option to use both sides, I'm thinking this one will outlast my Ratpadz GS by quite a bit, and that one held up for around 4-5 years until I wore the surface down to a gloosy smooth surface which was unusable.
Summed up.. Happy with it, but a few adjustments and I would've been happier. In general a nice pad....more info
- outsatnding product.
no comment, this product got me at hello. I have nothing to say, I completely fell in love with this product....more info
- Works great for a while, but the coating wears off the pad
I bought this together with a Razer Diamondback optical mouse. It works great for controlling high precision mice like Razer makes, however after about 6 months of average use the textured coating on the mouse pad wore off making the mousepad slick which defeats its purpose of using it for control.
I would go with a different brand of mat....more info
- Highly reccomended!
I've had this mouse pad for about a year now and I love it! I log a ~lot~ of hours on my computer playing games like BF2142, DAoC, Guild Wars, and others, and after a year of heavy abuse it shows zero signs of wear. The mousepad is like a dream for my Logitech G5 laser mouse, I'm certain I wouldn't get the amount of performance I do out of the mouse without a quality mousing surface.
The mousepad has two sides, one for speed and one for control. The difference between the two is the texture of the surface. The control side boasts its friction so your mouse doesn't slide any farther than you want it too. The speed side has just enough of a texture for your laser or optical mouse to pick up a reading, but is smooth enough to allow your mouse to simply glide along the surface with zero resistance.
When I first decided to upgrade from the cheap Allsop $3 mousepads, I went for some thing for comfort and tried a few mousepads with gel wrist rests attached. Then I wanted something with more of a performance feel, and something that looked good on my desk. I tried the Icemat and SteelPad, and finally came to the eXactMat and found the best of both worlds!
I love this mousepad and you will too!...more info
- Great GAMING mouse pad
I recently purchased this mouse pad and I really enjoy it. It does take up alot of room...more mouse space than I could ever use though. I believe the wrist rest is a bit high so it can sometimes be a little uncomfortable for me at my desk. But even though that may sound negative I don't regret the purchase in the least and I would recommend this mouse pad to anyone that is into gaming.
- nice mat
I like this mouse mat's two different sides. I don't really notice a difference in mouse performance on one side then the other, but they do feel different, so you can choose the side you like better. One side is smoother then the other. I guess for high end gamers the smooth side may allow for faster mouse movements. The Razer Copperhead mouse does track perfectly with no jumping. The size of the mat is my only real problem. It is just too big to fit nicely on my desk. I don't need that much mouse space. I ended up having to put my keyboard up on the mouse mat ~3in....more info
- Best Purchase in Years
I had this tiny Dell mouse pad at work, and it was becoming infuriating, constantly going off the sides with my mouse, so I popped onto amazon and bought one of these hoping it would stem my frustration. I was a little scared it was going to be too shiny for optical mice, but it works fantastic. The control side works excellent, and the slip side is *very* slippery if you're into that. I was skeptical about the hand rest, because I'd had gel ones before that just kind of put painful pressure on my arm, but the memory foam this comes with after about an hour or so of use comes to cradle your arm perfectly! I love it so much I bought two more for my home mac and pc.
My only complaint is the extra slippery side shows oil from my hand....more info
- Can't see the difference
I tried to increase my player speed as this add mentioned. I can't see the difference....more info
- WARNING: No Razer mouse, you better test before you buy.
I was looking at this mouse pad already at CompUSA where it was far higher prized but I wanted it. As soon as I came home I ordered in and waited at the door. As soon as I got it in my hand all kind of things started flying of my desk to make room for it, but well worth it!
The first mouse I tested was a Microsoft laser mouse and it miserably failed! I could not get it to work at all (PANIC) but once I tested my Razer Copperhead everything work fine and (no surprise here) my Logitech Mouse also worked great! WARNING: In case you do not plan to use a Razer mouse you may want to test your mouse before you buy.
Its wrist support and unique dual sided design works very well for me, one of the guys that sit thousands of hours a year in front of my computer. In addition I switched over to using my Razer Copperhead as my full time mouse for both gaming and my actual job writing code. Because of it size I never had to lift the mouse of the mouse pad, even while running dual 20" wide screen LCD monitors.
Looking at its price it may be overkill for a thin, stamped-out sheet of aluminum with two different surface codlings, 8 rubber feel and a wrist rest. Looking at the price maybe, but I love it and would buy it again!
- Razer Exxactmat Anodized Aluminum Mouse Mat
Large, sturdy, comfortable and well designed. It looks good, feels better and works great. enough said...more info
- Excellent Mousepad
Having used a variety of books for mouse pads to try and fully utilize my Razer Copperhead, the Razer eXactMat with the eXactRest is an incredible bundle. The eXactMat is the epitome of all mousepads, from it's aluminum construction to it's massive surface area and differently textured sides. The eXactRest is made just for the eXactMat, and it's contour-gel and slight dip in the middle for wrist placement is darn near perfect. Whereas I find my Copperhead mouse to be lacking in places, this mouse pad bundle is simply the best one may purchase. The only realistic problem that I foresee (given that the mouse pad can be bought alone) is the mouse pad being bent while taking it to wherever (presumably LANs). But that really revolves more around the follies of the user and less around this near-perfectly designed mouse pad.
Highly Recommended ...more info
great product - large surface area - unlike other reviews no issues at all with laser mouse - wireless mouse will work fine if you position receiver correctly...more info
- it's ok
Dirty easily and for the price, it's not really value added. But if you can spare the coin then it's a nice accessory. ...more info
- Excellent product
First thing is that you have to have the space for it. Its aluminum so it is rigid. The double sided feature is awesome and the memory foam wrist rest helps a ton. If you are a gamer you will love this mouse pad...more info
- Exactly as advertised
Each side does just as its supposed to. The Razer logo on the eXactRest wears off quickly, but once its gone it makes the most comfortable rest I've ever used. Only complaint would be that if food, liquids, or other things get into the crevices its a pain to get them out. So don't eat at your computer like me and you'll be fine. Oh and if you didn't already know, the thing is HUGE so have a lot of desk space. Works great with my Razer Tarantula keyboard too....more info
I found that if you game, and have a good laser mouse... You need this pad. Yeah, its kind of big, but if you're like me, in the heat of battle the hand starts to get away from you a bit, you need this pad. I own a Razor Death Adder, and recently bought the Lachesis mouse as an upgrade. Bottom line up front? This pad is required for me to fully enjoy myself. The flimsy little mouse pads are fine for the office. This one is serious for what we enjoy... Taking out the digital bad guy....more info
- Does NOT work reliably with an optical mouse
I can occasionally get my Logitech cordless MouseMan optical mouse to work on this pad, but before long, it just stops tracking. Not surprising, since the pad is a smooth, solid black surface. It's also quite large and rigid, so I had a hard time fitting it into my desk's tray alongside my keyboard... had to ditch the wrist pad and turn it sideways. I've given up on it. I guess if you have the space and the right mouse, it would be a nice mousepad, but it was not the right purchase for me....more info