Razer Launches Ultrathin Gaming Grade Mousing Surface

razer-sphexRazerTM, the world’s leading manufacturer of high-end precision gaming and lifestyle peripherals, today announced the release of the Razer SphexTM, the first Gaming Grade Desktop Skin with a distinctive ultrathin form factor.

“The Razer Sphex is a gaming surface that doesn’t compromise tracking ability or durability even with its slim figure,” says Robert “Razerguy” Krakoff, President of Razer. “We wanted to offer gamers a simpler and less expensive gaming-grade mouse mat alternative, while retaining extreme precision and a smooth consistent glide comparable to traditional gaming mouse mats.”

Razer Sphex

About the Razer SphexTM

The Razer Sphex is currently the world’s thinnest gaming-grade mousing surface which boasts of an ultrathin profile. It is specifically engineered to perform at the highest precision for both Optical and Laser mice. Made of high-grade durable material, the Razer Sphex allows gamers to wipe or wash the product repeatedly without compromising its quality or tracking performance. The Razer Sphex can adhere and detach from any desk surface without any extra effort making it fully reusable.

Razer Sphex

Razer SphexTM Features

1. Adhesive bottom to stick to any surface
2. Midsized mouse mat suited for most gaming environments at 320mm by 230mm
3. Extra thin to avoid any restrictions to your gaming experience
4. Excellent tracking quality for both Laser and Optical mice

COST: US: $14.99, Europe €14.99

Source: Razer

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