Tt eSPORTS Conkor Gaming Mouse Pad - Testing, Closer Look and Conclusion
|Tt eSPORTS Conkor Gaming Mouse Pad|
|Testing, Closer Look and Conclusion|
I tested this Conkor mousepad literally for 125+ hours playing Call of Duty Black Ops. I played it in combination with the Tt eSPORTS Black Gaming Mouse - what a combination! OK, let's get back to the mousepad. The Conkor gamepad tracked perfectly the entire time except for some trapped dust that caused me to get fragged. The Conkor mousepad is rather large measuring 320mm by 400mm. It's as big as my 19 inch monitor. Some may have a problem fitting it on their desk. I suppose you could cut it down to size if absolutely necessary. The good thing about it being so large is you can use really low sensitivity for any and all applications.
Finish and Texture:
The cloth finish is great. It easily cleans up with a lint free cloth and a bit of warm water. One problem I am noticing is the outer edge is starting to fray a little bit. This will not stop you from enjoying the Conkor mousepad for a long time. The backside of the Conkor mousepad is a non-slip rubber in a cross hatch pattern. While gaming, the pad did not slip once. Overall a great fit and finish.
You will not be disappointed with Thermaltake Conkor mousepad. It has great fit and finish; comes with a neat little carrying case and it performs. If you are looking for a mousepad $20 or under, this one might be for you. I'm going to score the Thermaltake Conkor mousepad a solid 9.5/10. If the edges were not starting to fray it would be a solid 10/10. Great job Thermaltake.
- Smooth and accurate
- Large enough for any sensitivity
- Non-slip rubber backing
- Easy to clean
- Edges starting to fray
I'd like to thank the eSPORTS section of Thermaltake for sending over the Conkor pad for us to review. It is certainly worth considering for your next mousepad. If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to post them in the forum at the "Comments" link below.