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Friday, 16 May 2008 14:40

Razer launches new soft mat

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Goliathus in two versions and three sizes

 

Razer has announced a new premium-grade soft mat that will be sold under the name of Goliathus. This new soft mat will be available in two versions and three sizes, depending on your choice of speed or control, and the size that you want or have room for.

The new mat will have a rubberized base which will take care of unwanted sliding on the table, and the textured surface for better mouse control. The mentioned two versions, "control" and "speed" will have slightly different surface textures.

The Goliathus mats will be available in three sizes: small (270 x 215 x 4mm), standard (355 X 254 X 4mm) and big (444 X 355 X 4.3mm). The new Goliathus mats should be available sometimes this month, and depending on the size, they will cost $14.99/€12.99, $19.99/€17.99 and $24.99/€19.99, respectively.

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