Summary: I will be buying another one of these for my wife's computer.
Pros: I didn't buy this from Newegg but I feel that I must give it a review here. This is by far the best pad I have ever owned. I use a CM Storm Recon mouse and it glides across this pad effortlessly. I had to get use to it at first and ended up moving my dpi way down to adjust. The rubber bottom keeps the pad securely in place.
Cons: The only time I have trouble with it is when I get messy and little bits of dirt/food/whatever get on the hard surface. This cause the mouse to slide across the surface like it was on sand but a quick wipe down fixes that problem.
Summary: Only for those with some room to spare. This thing ain't slight.
Pros: Mionix has made hands down the best mouse pad ever. The Propus 380 is amazing in just about every way. It's large enough to give you plenty of room to do whatever you need, but not so large as that it becomes cumbersome. It has a super smooth surface, that feels like silk, or butter, or both. Tracking is PHENOMENAL, and unlike cloth, doesn't get filthy and is easy to clean. Others have mentioned some compatibility issues with certain mouses (i.e. RAZER), but since I'm...
Summary: Nothing to take a egg off, but because it is a hard pad the edges have a nice angle. It doesn't bother me but it might bother some. Another side note. I have had no issue with the surface of this pad. I clean/change the feet of my mouse when they get dirty/worn out, wash my hands (hate oil/gunk on my mice and pads) and I don't wash my pad, just wipe it down with a Microfiber cloth (repeated use of water/cleaner will take the surface right off of most other mats I have...
Pros: Playing shooters and drawing with a mouse for around 19 years. This is by far the best pad all around. Great tracking and a great "feel" as you glide the mouse across the surface. I have ad no issues with wear and tear. The surface is a good as the day I opened the package. I have had it since Feb 9, 2012.
Outstanding mousepad - the perfect balance of speed and control
Jason W., Newegg
19 January 2012
Summary: I recently picked up a Mionix Propus 380 as a replacement for my Razer eXactMat. This thing is hands down the best mousepad I have used. It features three layers, with a slip resistant bottom and a cool looking top that features a lightly textured, almost "metallic" looking surface. The mouse glides effortlessly without being too slippery, maintaining a strong measure of control.
Pros: - Precise tracking - Excellent balance between speed and control - Visually appealing - Extra large surface
Cons: - May be too large for some peoples work/gaming area
Summary: Get this mouse pad today. You will not be disappointed!!
Pros: The surface is phenomenal. You do not have to be a gamer to appreciate this mouse pad. It kinda reminds me of the story of Goldilocks and the Three Bears. It's not too hard, and not too soft, but "Just Right". This doesn't feel like it will wear out soon either. Very Durable. Dirt and Grime Resistant (very hard to get dirty without some continual exposure to LOTS of moisture). The extra wide tracking area is a welcome feature as well, as I, personally, never run out o...
Summary: Purchased this from Fry Electronics, just wanted something thats gaming inspired and without the wait. Great product love the surface design, seems to improve any mouse out there.
Pros: Great design, Solid Product, Unique silver-metallic plastic coating - great mouse detection, Mouse Glides amazingly, Great gripping surface on bottem.
Cons: Pad is mostly Wide than in height, be sure you have the room for such a big pad. Wouldn't want to try but sense this product has a hard coated surface, i would not recommend rolling up for transportation needs.
Pros: * Very good size, Perfect for me. * Doesn't slide around. It doesn't move unless u want it to * The surface is very nice and works well with my Razor Deathadder. *Looks nice, Solid black with green edges. very classy if i do say so myself * The price is excellent
Summary: This mat took the place of my Razer eXactMat... something I thought would never happen. I put in a lot of analysis before I bought my eXactmat way back when and had no intentions of moving away from it until I received the Propus for review purposes. Mionix broke my Razer habit.
Pros: The size of the Propus is perfect for me: roomy but not too huge. The surface is everything anyone would want in a mousing surface and then some... it is smooth, sexy, and gives you pinpoint control. The backing has just enough cushion to it to make it comfortable, and it holds the mat still on my desk without being gummy. I have always preferred rigid pads and Propus is just rigid enough to fill that need.
Cons: Not much I can say bad about the Propus. It may be a little too wide if you have a tiny desk; I use a 30"x60" table so that's not a problem for me. Some prefer cloth mats so the Propus would not be for them (but they don't know what they are missing).
Summary: It may not be big enough for some people. It's very wide but the height might not be enough for some.
Pros: Works with Apple Magic Mouse and Logitech Performance MX mouse; both are laser mice. The pad is not very tall but very wide which I like; I don't have a lot of desk top space so its perfect for my setup. I also like how the logos and writing isn't that big, I just wanted a plain mouse pad without a lot of branding and designs all over the place. The back of the pad is very grippy, it does not move around at all unlike my Steelseries S&S Solo mouse pad.