Boogie Bug AimBPad Gaming Surface Video Review



/ 9 years ago

Today we are looking at the Boogie Bug AimB.Pad Gaming Surface.

This is a regular sized mousemat that is 275mm x 320mm and is aimed at gamers and users who need precision from their mouse.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=COVG3qhj4u0[/youtube]


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4 Responses to “Boogie Bug AimBPad Gaming Surface Video Review”
  1. patheticcockroach says:

    Looks like a good replacement for the now nearly impossible to find Everglide Titan.On a side note, the written part of the review is so short that we see the links in the quote 😀

  2. aruffell says:

    patheticcockroach;10974 wrote: Looks like a good replacement for the now nearly impossible to find Everglide Titan.On a side note, the written part of the review is so short that we see the links in the quote 😀

    Gone now lol, wasn't much to say about it really. It's hard doing a video review on a mouse mat let alone a written bit to accompany it :DAndy

  3. patheticcockroach says:

    Aruffell;10977 wrote: It's hard doing a video review on a mouse mat let alone a written bit to accompany it 😀

    I guess so 😀 It's just like: 1. how much does it glide and 2. how long does it last. Since you can't answer to the second question after a few hours test, this leaves us with a potentially pretty short review like "not much", "a bit" or "a lot", which you can't even post without decreasing the minimum post length 😀

  4. Mlong128ir says:

    Very strange way of packaging a mouse pad, especially with the wristband. Hopefully the curl in the pad goes away quickly. How does the grip on it handle a little bit of dust? Many pads I've tried tend to pick up any dust on the desk and then they lose their grip over time.

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