Cooler Master updates its mouse pad line

Cooler Master updates its mouse pad line

The famous maker of power supply units, cooling solutions, gaming gear and PC cases Cooler Master has retired the successful Speed-RX Series of gaming mouse pads with the launch of the all new Swift-RX mouse pad line. Designed for gamers of all ages the new line packs more comfort and speed than its predecessor and comes with various improvements.

The new features are evident – the Swift-RX line comes with finely textured microscopic mesh for better precision with any mouse sensor. The mouse pad line also features a 100-per cent rubbed underside that ensures the mouse pad will not move under any circumstances. The list of features continues with special treated stitched edges that prevent the top surface of the mouse pad from fraying. Thus your Swift-RX mouse pad will last a little longer than competing models.

The new mouse pad line will have three sizes that will meet the needs of any gamer. The Small size will measure 250 x 210 mm, while the Medium and Large sizes will measure 320 x 370 mm and 450 x 360 mm. The thickness of the mouse pads is set at 3 mm.

The new Cooler Master mouse pad line will be available in February 2015 for EUR 6.50 (Small size), EUR 9.50 (Medium size) and EUR 15.90 (Large size).

Source: Cooler Master

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