In honour of Turin, put your mouse on Skatez

Subject: General Tech | February 23, 2006 - 02:19 PM |
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Corepad Mouse Skatez are replacment pads for the bottom of your mouse.  Some are made specifically for the MX series of mice, and others are simply teflon strips to be applied overtop of the existing pads on other mice.  Read the review at Think Computers.

'Mice are becoming more and more expensive, and with lots more features packed into them. One

thing I noticed is that the standard feet of these so-called professional gaming mice or high-end

mice are a bit lacking. Even though some companies do make some effort in upgrading the feet of

their higher end mice, they are still not as good as some replacements that are available today.

Today for review I have a bunch of replacement mice feet, or skatez as they are called, from

Corepad.'


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