ARTISAN Hayate Otsu (Wine Red / L) FX MID (Japan Import)

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ARTISAN Hayate Otsu (Wine Red / L) FX MID (Japan Import)

ARTISAN Hayate Otsu (Wine Red / L) FX MID (Japan Import)

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If the item comes direct from a manufacturer, it may be delivered in non-retail packaging, such as a plain or unprinted box or plastic bag. When laid down on desk, a slight press across the entire surface creates a suction that sticks to your desktop immediately. Read more about the condition New: A brand-new, unused, unopened and undamaged item in original retail packaging (where packaging is applicable).

I swiped around like I was trying to start a fire for about a minute and I didn't feel anything static-y afterwards. But seeing as there's still no announcement or further hint, it could very well get released later than earlier. I wonder if they can fix that by making the pattern have more spacing or increase the size of the shape on the backing.Apparently the dragon thing is 'a sign for test products' or something, all Artisan's communication is super engrish as usual. It's an expensive pad but some might find it subjectively worth it because this pad in terms of sensor tracking was superb! As for the dust thing, I don't remember exactly what the old problem was -- dust would get trapped in the fabric weave, right?

International products have separate terms, are sold from abroad and may differ from local products, including fit, age ratings, and language of product, labeling or instructions. However, there are many examples which have required more time for sending to your house from there. I never owned an old Hayate but it's a *very* smooth glide horizontally, similar or less friction than the less textured hardpads I own (like Razer Destructor 2 or fUnc f.I used to clean my Zero by throwing it in bathtub, cleaning it with mid-hardness brush, soap and warm water. Let me first start out by saying I'm not a professional and there is no technical testing done on this over view of my experience with Artisan Hien Soft to Hayate Otsu Soft. After a week of use during normal mouse movements through the day, I stopped thinking about it and at some point the feeling what initially thought a bit rough went away. Come join the discussion about computing, builds, collections, displays, models, styles, scales, specifications, reviews, accessories, classifieds, and more! Starting with bottom of pad upon turning it over its made of high quality, dense soft rubber that's evenly cut and is consistent across the entire foundation.

Hein is a fast pad with tactile resistance giving ability to stop well which is a paradox I can't explain. I find it pleasing how easy it adheres to the surface due to the suction from the bottom pad once pressed lightly which takes hold of the desk top. From the point of laying it down, feeling the texture, quality of rubber base, sensor response and over all using it. Seems to even give me a red irritation to skin where my palm rest in contact with mostly a palm grip on my ZA12. There is no doubt that the ARTISAN mouse pad is of the highest quality in the world in terms of the two sensations of "stopping" and "sliding", which are inseparable for players.

After six days of using it daily with my ZA12 I had no issue and nothing to get used to after the Hien. Just wanted to throw in something I experienced and was surprised about: My Zero Mid is faster and it's noticeably more difficult to stop on than my Hien Soft. In terms of mouse movement on top, the pad is much faster than my QCK+ but has more control because of the high amount of friction it gives off. I can't recommend this pad to anyone because I'm afraid you'll find it too abrasive for a cloth pad as I do when gaming.

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