you're at a funny fork in the road.
hopefully you don't become like those guys who have 10 different mice and a dozen pads.
right now i only have 3 pads and 3 mice
Last edited by mblaze; 12-05-2012 at 04:24 PM.
I made this review of the Hayate: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IkLMaVNLOlw
The reason QcK and Goliathus are as popular as they are is because of how much money SteelSeries and Razer spend on sponsoring pro-gamers to use their products. Popularity does not equal quality. All it equals is good advertising. Remember that when making purchases.
Best cloth pad under 20 dollars?
It's medium size rather than large, though.
Here's a good review of the Hien that compares it to the Hayate, QcK and a few hard pads:
If 20 is your limit, medium size Hien is probably the way to go with respect to cloth pads.
My best guess is that it has to do with how much force you require to get the mouse to start moving from a stationary position. You can easily move the Hayate, G-TF etc. from one side of the pad to the other by blowing on it, so very little force is required (proof of this is in my video). While the higher friction of the QcK and Goliathus should logically stop them sooner, which makes it a bit counter-intuitive to think changing direction is harder, it will also require more force to accelerate (since to accelerate any object the force enacted on that object has to be greater than the opposing force of friction).
well, i prefer the cheap razer goli speed over the expensive zowie mat. it has less friction.
edit: the box has a pic of avek on it. !
Last edited by ybl; 12-05-2012 at 06:36 PM.
CA with <16 slots is nothing.
Reviews say that the Qck mini is really good though