OZONE presents Ocelote World mouse pad

OZONE presents Ocelote World mouse pad

OZONE Gaming has presented the new Ocelote World Mouse Pad, which happens to be the third and last item in the Ocelote World product line. The new mouse pad is created with the help of the world famous gamer Carlos “Ocelote” Rodriguez who has added professional gamer expertise to the item.

The new Ocelote World Mouse Pad comes with two major aspects – first, the pad offers speed and second, it offers control. To achieve these qualities the mouse pad includes aluminum, which ensures minimal friction as well as fast and accurate gliding, endurance and extra precision for laser and optical mouse sensors. In addition there’s an anti-slip base that stabilizes and fixes the mouse pad to any surface, which means gamers will get extra stability during gaming sessions. Finally the mouse pad comes with an aggressive and unique design that will appeal to gamers around the world.

The new OZONE Ocelote World mouse pad will be on the market in Europe on April 17. No word on pricing as of now.

Source: OZONE

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