product I received for the review was the Large Attack Pad.
I received a letter from them in the box that since all Small
Attack Pads were gone, at no extra cost a large one was provided.
That was sure nice of them to send me a product for free that
I wasn’t paying for in the first place…………..=). Anyway, onto
the short but sweet review. The Large Attack Pad that I received
is pretty good sized. It was just the right size for me though.
I don’t have that big of hands so I wouldn’t want to imagine
how cramped the small attack pad would have been. I guess you
would only want it for cramped spaces or people with tiny hands.
This mousepad is also quite thick, which is a plus. The scrolling
on the EMS is much smoother than any other mousepad that I have
previously owned. I tested it on a couple of games such as Quake2,
and half-life and I noticed the improvement right away.
the web was also much easier, too. But it doesn’t much that
big of a difference. This leads me to believe that this mousepad
was designed for gamers. It certainly does exceed at that(games),
but that is quite a small portion of the market. I only have
one quibble about this mousepad. That is, that your wrist really
get sores after a while. The edges are sanded good enough but
the desk is simply too hard. What I did to make it more comfortable
was too position the mousepad vertically on the desk. Then I
got my old rubber foam mouse pad and placed it over the bottom
quarter of the mousepad. My wrist did not get sore at all once
I did this. So I got a smooth scrolling surface that is comfortable.
What Everglide should have done was create that be placing some
soft rubber foam at the end of the mousepad. Overall, this is
an excellent product and I would recommend it to anyone. It
is also available at a very good price. (Below is the small