Roccat announces Alumic double-sided mousepad

Gaming peripheral maeker Roccat has announced its latest creation, a new gaming mousepad that have two different surface structures and feature an anodized aluminum core for stability and protection against warping.

Each side of the double-sided mousepad features a different ROCCAT design that the company claims are ideal for both low as well as high-sense gamers and offers maximum comfort and “outstanding” gliding characteristics. The one side offers smooth surface for “ultimate gliding” performance and fast, sweeping mouse movements, while the granular surface is designed to meet the needs of high-sense gamers. The Roccat Alumic measures 331 x 272 mm and is only 3mm thick, It includes a gel-filled wrist rest for better comfort and has rubber feet to prevent slipping.

Roccat Alumic double-sided mousepad

The Roccat Alumic gaming mousepad will be available at the end of February for €39,99.

Roccat Alumic

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