Razer Naga MMO Mouse

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Megasoma Gaming Surface

Although the Megasoma is a soft gaming surface, it is designed to have the superior tracking and precision associated with a hard surface. It is constructed out of silicon meaning it’s flexible enough to roll up during transportation making it ideal for gamers who travel to a lot of LAN events.

The surface itself is pure white with a small logo in the bottom left hand corner and, if you look closely, it has a subtle pattern which has a slight green glow.

I tested the surface with a variety of different mice, optical and laser, and it performed well with both. There were no noticeable lapses in tracking and glide was fantastic thanks to the smooth silicon finish.

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