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SteelSeries 4HD Professional Gaming Mouse Pad (Black)

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SteelSeries 4HD Professional Gaming Mouse Pad (Black) + Logitech G502 Proteus Core Tunable Gaming Mouse with Fully Customizable Surface, Weight and Balance Tuning (910-004074) + SteelSeries QcK Gaming Mouse Pad (Black)
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 0.1 x 11.4 x 9.4 inches ; 9 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 10.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B002J9G5AE
  • Item model number: 63200
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (330 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 1, 2009

Product Description

SteelSeries 4HD is a hard plastic composition specifically engineered for professional gamers who demand consistent precision, accuracy and stability. The finely textured surface consists of tens of thousands of light reflecting microscopic points, optimized to enhance the tracking capabilities of next-generation gaming mice. Thanks to the sophisticated tracking capabilities of the surface, the user is capable of performing exceptionally precise mouse operations, both in terms of minimal movements as well as high velocity ”slingshots”. This gaming surface was researched and developed in parallel with the SteelSeries Xai Laser and Kinzu Optical mice.

Customer Reviews

Mouse glides over so smooth while gaming.
Josh
The size of the 4HD is much bigger than the standard cloth mousepad I was using before so I imagine the 9HD must be a behemoth.
Stephen
This mouse pad works great with any mouse, whether optical or laser.
Herman

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

27 of 29 people found the following review helpful By James Nye on December 22, 2012
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My old cheap Belkin pad was falling apart so I figured it was time to upgrade. I bought this as I have a Razor Mamba gaming mouse and figured a gaming mouse pad would fit. I received the pad and it is a really nice sturdy pad and well constructed and looks great. I got it home and my mouse wouldn't track on it at all. I put my old cloth pad back in place and it works fine. Swapped back to the new pad and still nothing. I was very disappointed. After doing some research I found that they recommended taking the feet of the mouse and things along those lines. I wasn't very keen on destroying my expensive mouse to get a $20 mouse pad to work, so I checked out the Razor site.

The mouse has a Surface Calibration tool that fixed my issue. Unplug your mouse, put it on the new pad and plug it in. It will then calibrate to the surface that you are going to be using. I haven't had an issue with it since.
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43 of 50 people found the following review helpful By dana on August 27, 2010
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Like some of the other reviewers, i'm not a gamer. But i do enjoy having a large area to work with when it comes to my mouse, and a mat is a necessity for me because my desk is glass and the keyboard tray has holes in it.

I spent quite some time finding a mouse mat that worked well for me -- i hate the fabric ones (too slow and 'sticky'), and i hate the cheap vinyl/plastic ones as well (too slick, no traction at all), so that rules out most of the general-purpose pads available. I eventually settled on a piece of thin cardboard, which, despite being kind of ghetto, actually worked incredibly well. The texture of hard cardboard is almost perfect for me. But... cardboard absorbs moisture very easily, and a combination of summer humidity and a year of contact with my hand has ruined it. So i started looking for a real mat, and after first looking at Razer's offerings (most of my friends are gamers, so it was the first company that sprang to mind), i decided on this.

Since i am not a gamer, i naturally don't have any idea about the ideal surface for quick movements or whatever, so i can't comment on that. All i can comment on is how well it works with my mouse (currently a Mighty Mouse, soon to be upgraded to a Magic Mouse) and how it compares to previous surfaces i've used.

First of all, the pad looks very nice. I'm sure a lot of people don't care about that, but it was a factor for me, and it's one of the reasons i didn't like Razer's mats -- they were all too 'extreme'-looking. Ideally i'd like something with a bit more of a creative design (are you listening, mouse-mat people :/), but this will do too.

One thing i don't like is the little curve at the bottom of the pad.
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53 of 65 people found the following review helpful By Spaztrick on December 20, 2009
Don't let the product information on Amazon's page fool you. It is not a 24x30 mouse pad.
From the SteelSeries website:

Specifications for SteelSeries 4HD:

- Material: Hard plastic

- Surface treatment: Heat

- Dimensions: 240 x 290 x 2 mm / 9.4 x 11.4 x 0.08 in

- Size: Small

- Glide: Semi-rough

- Compatibility: Optical, laser, ball
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Inverse on April 19, 2011
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I've been resisting buying a mouse pad for a long time. I didn't see the point of a mouse pad for gaming or otherwise. I'm one that looks at these items as novelties marketed to gamers because we've shown to the world we have a lot of money to spend on brand names and terrible software. So I hesitated here, considering the overpriced nature of products from Razer and Saitek amongst others.

A friend of mine allowed me to play games on his mousepad, a Cyborg V.5 Gaming Surface It was pretty sexy, but I found the mouse too floaty on one of the sides, and too rough and ghostly on the other. Both were smooth, but they were extremes of 'smooth' I wasn't comfortable with. However what it did do, was make me realize that a mousepad is something more than just a piece of plastic. The dynamics of the surface really do make a difference~!

I ordered the Steelseries product on the fact that I had one of their headphones and have used their mice and keyboards so I knew Steelseries to be of good minimalistic quality. So I plunked down the change and decided to give it a chance with low expectation. My friend had a brand new gaming mouse, my old Logitech couldn't possibly fare that well I thought.

Boy was I surprised to feel the texture on this pad. It felt slightly rough to the touch, but the mouse took to it like it was on velvet ice. I say velvet because despite the fact this mouse floats over the surface like it was made of gel, it has a slight sense of friction that gives you a bit of feedback to the hand. This allows me to make small movements even on high sensitivity, and I can stop the mouse on a dime regardless of the sensitivity of the game.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Cassandra Thomas on January 24, 2013
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I wanted to wait a bit before writing a review on this product, so I've owned it for almost a year now. It gets constant daily use with a Logitech G9X Programmable Laser Gaming Mouse with Precision Grips which has also been a great product. I mostly use it for gaming with an exclusive focus on PvP as well as some general web browsing.

The mouse pad is slightly larger than a standard notebook which is a great size for a wide range of motion. I actually use it in a north-south configuration more than the standard east-west for more depth. Its thin enough to be easy on the wrist for extended periods (I tend to use a claw and fingertip grip on my mouse) and is about the same thickness as a nickel.

The rubber backing is superb at keeping the pad in place, and it has never moved at all once placed. Its very grippy, and I can't slide it at all even with some force.

The surface possesses a finely-grained texture that allows superb traction with smooth and quick gliding and acceleration. I've never had a problem with tracking or control on this pad, and the hard surface is great for laser mice, of course.

Its also easy to keep clean, although it doesn't really seem to attract dirt/dust/fur like some other pads on the market.

The construction has been solid. I've had absolutely no issues with any of the layers peeling up along the edges, warping, etc. It still looks as new as the day I bought it.

The look is professional and understated which I like more than the gimmicky, "extreme" gaming graphics.

At the time I purchased this, it was $26. While some may consider that pricey, I would say its been worthwhile.
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