Gigantus V2 3XL, Your mouse pad may be great, but is it big enough to fold like a duvet? It may seem like a silly comparison (because it is), but one of the selling points for Razer’s new Gigantus V2…
which is offered in a massive Gigantus V2 3XL size, is its “enhanced surface with higher thread count fabric. for the perfect balance between speed and control. In other words, this is not a cheap mouse pad you can find in a dingy motel room. Anyway, I don’t think so. Razer doesn’t actually say what the number of threads is, just that it’s higher than the original Gigantus.
Putting the bill aside, Razer offers the Gigantus V2 in four different sizes:
M: 360 x 275 x 3 mm (14.17 x 10.83 x 0.12 inch), $ 9.99
L – 450 x 400 x 3 mm (17.72 x 15.75 x 0.12 inch), $ 14.99
XXL: 940 x 410 x 4 mm (37 x 16.14 x 0.15 inch), $ 29.99
3XL – 1,200 x 550 x 4 mm (47.24 x 21.65 x 0.15 inch), $ 49.99
I have no idea why Razer jumped straight from L to XXL, but what I do know is that XXL is gigantic, as the name suggests. It’s even bigger than Corsair’s MM300 Extended, the best oversized mouse pad, which almost seems insignificant in comparison. And at the other end of the spectrum, the size of the M model is in line with a traditional mouse pad, presumably the same sweet yarn-counting fabric. Why, by the way, why don’t mouse pads manufacturers include threads in the specs? We need to know!
Beyond sleek fabric and size options, Razer also features a “thick high-density rubber foam backing” as an improvement over its predecessor. And for $ 10 more, Razer will fix the design (on top) with text, colors, patterns, icons, or certain in-game images.
Source: Pc Gamer