Amazon - Corsair Gaming MM300 Extended Anti-Fray Cloth Gaming Mouse Mat - £19.98 (Prime)
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Amazon - Corsair Gaming MM300 Extended Anti-Fray Cloth Gaming Mouse Mat - £19.98 (Prime)

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Found 7th Nov 2016
I have been waiting on this coming down in price.

The MM300 is a high endurance, pro-grade cloth mouse mat for high-DPI gaming mice. Reinforced stitched edges guard against surface peeling, and the optimized textile-weaved surface design gives superior control and precision tracking for absolutely lethal in-game accuracy. With multiple sizes available, from small to extended, the MM300 has just the right size to fit your needs.

Low-friction polymer delivers high glide while maintaining control

Optimal reflective characteristics ensure consistent tracking

No bunching or sliding - even during intense gaming

Oversized (930 x 300 x 3 mm) to provide maximum gaming surface area

17 Comments

Banned

£20 for a mouse mat? I'll stick to console gaming!

Hot! I have this mat in my setup and I love it!

meh, I'll stick to my QCK heavy.

God I love marketing spiel, its makes me chuckle.

Link?

Marcoos

£20 for a mouse mat? I'll stick to console gaming!



You say that as if this is a mandatory purchase, like PSN or Xbox Live or something.

Original Poster

89quidyoucantgowrong

Link?



Is it not appearing when you press Get Deal?

I'm wanting one this size since going low sensitivity, didn't realise they were this expensive!

retrend

I'm wanting one this size since going low sensitivity, didn't realise … I'm wanting one this size since going low sensitivity, didn't realise they were this expensive!


It's a great mouse mat. I have it too, long lasting quality, easy to maintain.

Original Poster

retrend

I'm wanting one this size since going low sensitivity, didn't realise … I'm wanting one this size since going low sensitivity, didn't realise they were this expensive!



There are cheaper versions by other manufacturers. This is considered to be one of the more durable mats.

CookieMunzta

You say that as if this is a mandatory purchase, like PSN or Xbox Live or … You say that as if this is a mandatory purchase, like PSN or Xbox Live or something.



Microsoft tried before on the PC with “Games for Windows LIVE”, now they are pushing Ultimate Windows Platform

Edited by: "skykid3" 7th Nov 2016

powerbrick

meh, I'll stick to my QCK heavy.God I love marketing spiel, its makes me … meh, I'll stick to my QCK heavy.God I love marketing spiel, its makes me chuckle.



​Just got the QcK heavy such a good mat

powerbrick

meh, I'll stick to my QCK heavy.God I love marketing spiel, its makes me … meh, I'll stick to my QCK heavy.God I love marketing spiel, its makes me chuckle.



​Just got the QcK heavy such a good mat

skykid3

Microsoft tried before on the PC with “Games for Windows LIVE”, now they a … Microsoft tried before on the PC with “Games for Windows LIVE”, now they are pushing Ultimate Windows Platform



X) It's Universal Windows Platform but I like your version better

skykid3

Microsoft tried before on the PC with “Games for Windows LIVE”, now they a … Microsoft tried before on the PC with “Games for Windows LIVE”, now they are pushing Ultimate Windows Platform


it doesn't seem to be doing to well tho does it, Windows 10 store is a complete failure i really dont see Microsoft taking much market away from Steam,

skykid3

Microsoft tried before on the PC with “Games for Windows LIVE”, now they a … Microsoft tried before on the PC with “Games for Windows LIVE”, now they are pushing Ultimate Windows Platform


Did GFWL cost any money? I can access Xbox Live and play cross platform games online for free for PC, knowing that Xbone players have to pay subscription to play with me.

Virtute

Did GFWL cost any money? I can access Xbox Live and play cross platform … Did GFWL cost any money? I can access Xbox Live and play cross platform games online for free for PC, knowing that Xbone players have to pay subscription to play with me.



Yes, good article on it HERE

skykid3

Yes, good article on it HERE


Ah, for a year it was a paid service. Then Microsoft learnt that PC gamers tend to reject those sort of charges for online multiplayer.
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