Belkin Standard 7.9''x9.7'' Mouse Pad (Gray)
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- Standard mouse pad
- Reduces EMI/RFI interference
- Maximum conductivity
- Durable product
- Nonslip neoprene backing
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Features and Benefits
- Spiral shield reduces EMI/RFI interference
- 24k gold-plated contacts provide maximum conductivity and prevent corrosion
- Durable jersey surface
- High-quality, nonslip neoprene backing
- Standard size
Size: 7.9''x9.7'' | Color: Gray
Top Customer Reviews
The surface is a plastic laminate with very light texture to it. A typical plastic mousepad without this light texture actually adds to the friction because you increase the surface area between what your mouse touches and the pad itself. By adding a light texture, you decrease the surface area and thus the friction is reduced.
I was looking for a low friction mouse pad that had no graphics on it. Some optical mice do not track well (i.e. Jumpy Mouse Syndrome) because there are images and repeated patterns on the mousepad itself. This pad tracks very well because of the lack of pictures printed on top. Mine is just a plain blue. Also, it is the most low friction mousepad I have used in over 20 years of computing, and even better than the SteelSeries SX mousepad that sells for $49.99(at the time of this writing). It has less friction than that over-expensive pad! I highly recommend this product for anyone that needs an extremely fast, low friction, high tracking mousepad for a reasonable price.
If you are a gamer or anyone who wants a hard surface that tracks great, has extremely low friction, you need this mouse pad!
Great job Belkin!
I'm not sure that a mouse pad deserve much more of a review than that.
But... oh, the smell! Maybe that's an added feature, a freebie that wasn't noted in the product specs?
Actually, there's a fast and easy solution to remove that somewhat noxious odor, but bear with me so that you'll understand the logic. Some of the first mouse pads were actually made from manufacturer's scrap of the same neoprene foam backed with a thin sheet of nylon or Spandex that we find in Scuba and free-dive wetsuits, and some of us made out own mouse pads from worn out or badly torn wetsuits.
So what does this have to do with smelly mouse pads?
That's easy: those old wetsuits stunk when new, but one hoped the atrocious smell would go away by the second or third dive. However, they smelled like a cross between a wet dog and dead opossum road kill when left in a plastic bag in the trunk of a car for a few days after a dive, so they had to be washed... and quickly.Read more ›
I was struck by how bad it smelled when I got it, but I figured after a few days the smell would dissipate and it wouldn't be an issue.
I was wrong. It was like my desk had a chemical plant sitting on it, emitting hazardous toxins into my nose at all times. It's hard to explain just how bad this smell is. It smells like an abusive relationship. Or a bum fight initiated by frat boys. Or dying alone with no friends to attend your funeral. Or whatever the worst possible thing you can imagine is. Seriously, that bad.
But to be less metaphoric, it smells like some sort of noxious chemical run-off odor, mixed with pungent body odor and a stale ashtray.
Your wrist rubs on this thing, and makes your sleeve smell like its putrescence.
After 5 days of it being on my desk and giving me a headache and it's odor not fading, I decided to try washing it. I used hot water and lots of strong soap. This had no effect.
After another few days, still unable to breath comfortably at my own desk, I threw it in the trash and closed the lid.
Here's the worst part: I threw it away over a week ago and my desktop STILL smells like that awful thing. Even in its absence it still almost triggers my gag reflex at times. I've washed my desktop surface multiple times now, with three different wood cleaners, letting them soak in, and STILL it wreaks.
I would not recommend this product to anyone, unless they were trying to ruin someone's desk with it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Cheap, works well. Smelled awful for the first week, but for three dollars can you really complain?Published 14 hours ago by Jackyt
For $10 (the price I bought it at) I could have easily bought a bigger mouse mat (like that of steel series or others) or one with a wrist rest. Read morePublished 15 hours ago by Pierre Lozon
It's definitely a mouse pad. It works just like one, so I'm happy. But really, I bought it to put on my makeup table to put my makeup brushes on. Read morePublished 17 hours ago by Bailey
Feels great, definitely a great mouse pad for 2$. I will probably get another for others next time I order multiple things.Published 21 hours ago by Amazon Customer
Solid little mouse pad. Rubber bottom so it doesn't slip and slide. Kinda stinky, but works great!Published 2 days ago by TEE