Best mouse pad for osu!

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theowest
I've always been using my table. However, I've been playing with my tablet for the last couple of years now so that doesn't matter any longer.
Purple
Any recommendations on very smooth, frictionless hard mouse surfaces?
Edit: nvm
Winshley
I personally used laminated table, but because I started traveling a lot (with laptop), the table surface varies a lot and I had to get adjusted to that most of time. I also sometimes had to use newspaper as well. Not really a good experience, in which I learned that I really need a mousepad.

So I had to borrow Razer Goliathus Omega (Control Edition) from my brother once in a while, which is not really bad. I was thinking that I might get my own mousepad, and I'm considering Razer Goliathus Omega (Speed Edition) or anything similar because I prefer the smooth surface over the gripping surface from the Control Edition.
Loves
Anything that has a texture of wood is good.

I hate cloth.
ct_warrior

Winshley wrote:

I personally used laminated table, but because I started traveling a lot (with laptop), the table surface varies a lot and I had to get adjusted to that most of time. I also sometimes had to use newspaper as well. Not really a good experience, in which I learned that I really need a mousepad.

So I had to borrow Razer Goliathus Omega (Control Edition) from my brother once in a while, which is not really bad. I was thinking that I might get my own mousepad, and I'm considering Razer Goliathus Omega (Speed Edition) or anything similar because I prefer the smooth surface over the gripping surface from the Control Edition.
Grippy it may be, but the Control version actually has less static and kinetic friction than the Speed edition. At least for Teflon mouse skates.
loldcraft
I use the goliathus control, but sometimes i use a piece of blank paper for maps with many jumps ( for smoothness )

buys expensive mouse pad for small things, uses cheap paper for when a mousepad is really needed
Futurola
Steelseries QCk+ heavy
Phantasyy
Would go with any of the Steelseries QCK series
I myself have a QCK+ and it's just awesome
Dessiato
Use what works for your mouse, determine if you are using optical/laser/infared and find mousepads from steelseries/razer that conform to that type of mouse.

Grip/slide on a pad can be adjusted by muscle memory, low mouse pad vs mouse compatibility is much harder to do.
XI Carrillo IX
I use the Razer Goliathus( Smooth Edition).
PhoenixBird
I have SS Steel, Goliathus Speed, Sphex Razer!
Then i use mouse X718BK i play on SS STeel mousepad, but then i buy logitech g100 and Zowie ec2 i use goliathus speed and Sphex Razer!
Sphex Razer have more speed then Goliathus. So i use Sphex))
Winshley
I started to get myself hooked with Steelseries QcK Mini. So far so good.
makkura

Winshley wrote:

I started to get myself hooked with Steelseries QcK Mini. So far so good.
I'm planning to buy QcK Mini since my standard QcK is tearing up and I don't like my Goliathus... I guess the mini version is great since I do less effort in reaching my tablet, therefore more comfort while playing tablet.
TakuMii
Yeah, I picked up a QcK mini so I could play on-the-go (it's a pain to bring a QcK+ everywhere you go), and it's still pretty great despite its size. I'd recommend it to people with a lack of space or people who need to move their setup frequently.
Pizzicato
Goliathus speed/control
Steelseries QcK
Freya
Steelseries QCK Mass :3
Kuria
blank paper ftw
sacredstigma
if you use a laser sensor dont use soft/cloth mousepad.you better use hard mousepad like mionix ensis,razer invicta/vespula.sphex/destructor2/etc
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