Razer Struts its Surfaces 2013/14 Collection
Razer has launched their new 2013/14 lineup of mouse mats engineered with new construction methods and treated with performance-boosting sensor-reactive surface coatings. The Razer Invicta, Manticor, Destructor 2, and Megasoma 2, were put through rigorous qualitative processes, including mouse lift-off, acceleration, and precision tests. Additionally, users can calibrate their Razer gaming mouse to mouse mat via the Razer Synapse 2.0, where the gaming mouse will record the mat's specific texture and details in order to enhance mouse responsiveness and precision.
Housed in an aircraft-grade aluminum base for added durability, this dual-sided gaming mouse mat offers gamers a choice between a slick-smooth surface (ultra-fast mousing speed) or a rough one (meticulous control). Both sides are specially coated to enhance the surface's reflective quality, ensuring accurate sensor readings for smooth gameplay.
Constructed from a single sheet of aircraft-grade aluminum and stamped for an uninterrupted glide, the Razer Manticor is sand-blasted for a texture that further aids tracking precision.
Razer Destructor 2
Building on its predecessor by delivering an enhanced, ultraprecise mouse tracking with an all-new sensor-reactive surface coating, this hard gaming mouse mat offers optimal reflective quality for next-gen sensors, while its proprietary micro-textures provide a more comfortable mousing experience.
Razer Megasoma 2
Marrying the consistent precision of a hard mat with the comfort of a soft one is the Razer Megasoma 2, which is made from silicon that offers the right level of a surface rigidity for a more stable gaming performance.
|Pricing in US$||Availability|
|Razer Invicta||59.99||Exclusively on Razerzone.com|
|Razer Manticor||49.99||Razerzone.com / Worldwide in Q4 2012|
|Razer Destructor 2||39.99|
|Razer Megasoma 2||39.99||Exclusively on Razerzone.com in Q4 2012|
All the gaming mats are open for pre-order except for the Razer Megasoma 2.