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Thread: is everglide mousepad good for optical mouse?




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    Most always there is room for one more coffee cup.
    I just got a Hercules Game Theater XP yesterday so until I get it worked out where that's going to go it is a bit more cluttered than I'm used to.
    But hey, there is always tomorrow. And if not - then who cares!:D

    Funny thing is I'm nearly a fanatic about keeping my HDD free of clutter - but as for the workstation, it's basically an assortment of piled up stuff.
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    well, the mouse kinda sticks to my desk...so I am thinking about the ratzpad.... Maybe I could put tape over the plastic stubs on the bottom of the mouse...

    I guess I will have to try it tomorrow

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    I have reviewed the Everglide Crystal Pro II, and even though it is glass it works really well with my AOpen P-35G Dual Scroll Optical Mouse. Works a little better on the Everglide Works mousemat, but strangely enough works fine on the glass :confused:
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    Since you have purchased an Logitech Dual optical you can use your mouse on whateva surface you want!

    But anyways, i have an Everglide Giganta, and i must say that they are good. But if you have enough money you should purchase a FunC pad. They have the same surface as an everglide but it won't ware away like an everglide eventually will.

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    You guys ever see those real thin plastic cutting boards in the housewares section of a store? They're about 1/16 of an inch thick and semi-translucent white, pretty flexible and smooth.

    I'd think one of those would make a killer mousepad, they are a bit larger than any typical pad, though it might be neccesary to attatch some non-slip material to one side so it wouldn't slide on the desk.

    Anybody ever tried it? I'd bet it would work great.

    LOL and my wife says I'm always thinking about that damn computer:laugh: Hec, take me anywhere and I'll find something that could be applied to a PC:thumb:
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