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Thursday, 28 January 2010 12:41

Razer announces Vespula mouse mat

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Dual-sided for both control and speed

Razer has announced a new addition to its line of gaming hard mats, the Vespula. Joining the likes of Destructor and Sphex, the new Vespula gaming mouse mat brings some quite unique features like dual-side surface and memory conformance writs rest.

The new Vespula is available in only one size with 300x240x4mm (LxWxH) dimensions and has a non-slip, anti-reflective, abrasion-resistant hard coat for both sides of the mat. The unique feature of the Vespula is its dual-side surface so you no longer have to choose between "control" or "speed" as with Vespula, you just have to flip it, as simple as that.

The new Vespula mouse pad also comes with a gel-filled wrist rest which should provide additional comfort for those long gaming sessions.

The new Vespula gaming mouse pad is already available and selling directly from Razer site, and has a US $34.99 and €34.99 price tag. The European Razer site lists it as Available soon, while on the US site it is already available.

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Razer Vespula Control side

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Razer Vespula Speed side


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