X2 debuts XPAD and XPAD PRO XXXL mouse pads

The Dutch company X2 specialized in making PC cooling solutions and other various PC peripherals has announced the X2 gaming mouse pads, designed for gamers by gamers. As expected from such gaming gear the new X2 gaming mouse pads come with various improvements that guarantee you will have problem-free gaming sessions any time.

The mouse pads come with glossy finish cloth texture for better mouse response and positioning, a foam rubber bottom for no slips and no deformation and better palm positioning and two sizes. The standard size XPAD measures 40 x 30 cm, while the XPAD XXXL PRO size comes to 120 x 60 cm.

Both gaming pads are compatible with optical sensor mice and laser sensor mice. The smaller pad is available now for USD 15.95/EUR 11.95, while the XXXL one costs USD 44.95/EUR 32.95; this one will come out at the end of October.


Source: X2

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