Steelseries QCK mouse mat (+ free delivery) £6.80 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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A very good gaming mouse at for £6.80. This is a high quality cloth pad. The people who won a counter strike world championship in 2006 used these so they must be decent. (according to a review)

The dimensions are 32 cm x 27 cm x 0.2 cm.

Here's a review : http://www.dvhardware.net/review117_steelseries_qck.html

"The SteelSeries QcK-line of mouse pads are made of high quality cloth material, providing a precise and consistent glide. All mouse pads feature a specially designed non-slip rubber base which prevents the pads from sliding, no matter what surface the mouse pad is placed on. "
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#1
a gaming mouse mat...

Didn't even realised this product existed
#2
If you need the slightly bigger pad (QCK+), also from Amazon £9.99. Good find OP, have some heat.

Edited By: EDEN188 on Apr 05, 2011 20:53
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Just to clarify this is compatible with windows 7.
#4
Some problems identified from some of the reviews there:

Too thin
'Catches' dust easily
Comes rolled up, so won't flatten out properly - even after fairly long periods.

There is a thicker version available, but only in a very large size.

Just sayin........
#5
I've had one of these for nearly 4 years now, and it's excellent. It's not ultra-slick like the solid mats, but unlike them it doesn't wear out and isn't harsh on the silicon pads on the mouse.

Haven't had a problem with dirt, but I'd imagine if you tipped a cup of tea onto it it might be a bit of a mess. I vaguely remember having a minor problem with it sitting flat when I first got it, but if you roll it up in the opposite direction it'll soon even out. Hmmm, tempted to buy a spare...
#6
Will it help with turning it upside down (with the curve facing up) and place a heavy book on the top helps?
#7
Excellent mat, have some heat!

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