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Amazing Glass Mouse Pad 

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It would be great if someone could buy me this glass mouse pad

As Razer’s first glass mouse pad, the Atlas promises a hard surface and a smooth swipe.

I assume this is what I am assuming from the promotional materials for Razer Atlas, Razer’s first glass mouse pad, based on the Razer Atlas website. “Absolute functionality and durability,” Razer’s website says. “Experience pure polished precision,” the press release states.

The tempered glass Atlas has an anti-slip rubber base, is available in black or white, and is 0.19 inches (five millimeters) thick. But the main advantage of glass mouse pads, as I understand, is their speed.

Even though I don’t have an issue with the speeds provided by the foam on my desk, I keep staring at this thing, and I think gliding a mouse across it must be heaven. Perhaps it’s as close to gliding a mouse through thin air as you can get. It’s like using a mouse on ice, but the ice isn’t cold? I’m not sure, but I need to find out as soon as possible.

The main problem I can think of is sweat. Sorry, folks, but I am going to bring it up. It seems like it could get very gross very quickly if you’re perspiring while blasting people in Overwatch. (Is that a thing? I don’t really play Overwatch.) I assume that even if you’re wearing long sleeves, your damp pinky bumping against the surface of this thing could leave an unseemly constellation of blotches on the surface.

As a result of my preliminary research, I have discovered that there are game-specific sleeves that cover your arms and fingers to help combat this issue. I don’t know if I could play one of these for a prolonged period of time. Without feeling like a member of the Blue Man Group. But to each their own.

If someone wants to buy me these sleeves with what looks like an enraged panda on them. I’ll play Civ VI all day. With the glass mouse pad.

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Amazing Glass Mouse Pad 

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It would be great if someone could buy me this glass mouse pad

As Razer’s first glass mouse pad, the Atlas promises a hard surface and a smooth swipe.

I assume this is what I am assuming from the promotional materials for Razer Atlas, Razer’s first glass mouse pad, based on the Razer Atlas website. “Absolute functionality and durability,” Razer’s website says. “Experience pure polished precision,” the press release states.

The tempered glass Atlas has an anti-slip rubber base, is available in black or white, and is 0.19 inches (five millimeters) thick. But the main advantage of glass mouse pads, as I understand, is their speed.

Even though I don’t have an issue with the speeds provided by the foam on my desk, I keep staring at this thing, and I think gliding a mouse across it must be heaven. Perhaps it’s as close to gliding a mouse through thin air as you can get. It’s like using a mouse on ice, but the ice isn’t cold? I’m not sure, but I need to find out as soon as possible.

The main problem I can think of is sweat. Sorry, folks, but I am going to bring it up. It seems like it could get very gross very quickly if you’re perspiring while blasting people in Overwatch. (Is that a thing? I don’t really play Overwatch.) I assume that even if you’re wearing long sleeves, your damp pinky bumping against the surface of this thing could leave an unseemly constellation of blotches on the surface.

As a result of my preliminary research, I have discovered that there are game-specific sleeves that cover your arms and fingers to help combat this issue. I don’t know if I could play one of these for a prolonged period of time. Without feeling like a member of the Blue Man Group. But to each their own.

If someone wants to buy me these sleeves with what looks like an enraged panda on them. I’ll play Civ VI all day. With the glass mouse pad.

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