Sharkoon Rush – Waterproof Textile Mouse Pad for Gamers

Sharkoon has now expanded its gamers “Rush” product with Rush Outplay abrasion resistant and water proof mouse pad. The pad is 4mm thick, 444mm x 345mm and has granular texture for fast and precise mouse movements with the rubberized base that prevents slipping.

Jan “moon” Stolle, who is a multiple German Counter-Strike 1.6 champion with “Team ALTERNATE,” provides the assessment: “The pad has a very fast surface due to the special yarn used. The Slap Stick Effect (Status Friction Effect) is reduced to a minimum by the rough surface texture. Therefore, even smaller mouse movements are extremely precise! The sensitivity remains constant during a long period. For me, a genuine alternative to my plastic pad! My recommendation!”

Sharkoon Rush Outplay Gaming Mouse pad

Sharkoon Rush Outplay Gaming Mouse pad is available nowwith  retail price 14.99 euros.

Sharkoon Rush Outplay Gaming Mouse pad

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