Mionix Announces Colourful New DeskPad Line




/ 2 years ago

Mionix Announces Colourful New DeskPad Line

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Mionix unveiled their colourful options for their Avior mouse over two months ago. Now they are following it up with a complimentary DeskPad that provides significant workspace matching the Avior. As the name suggests, it is not a mousepad but a DeskPad, which means it covers a much greater surface area. It can even act as padding for the keyboard or anything else on the desk. The entire piece measures 900 x 400mm and is 3mm thick.

Mionix DeskPad Colour Options

The Mionix DeskPad is available in five colour options, each with its own set of personality and pattern.

  • French Fries Yellow
  • Frosting Pink
  • Ice Cream Blue
  • Shark Fin Gray
  • Burger Black

The surface is also spill resistant,  while the edges have overlock stitching which prevents the cloth from running. This means users can do more on the pad than just move their mouse around. They can eat or drink, while protecting their desktop surface. The 900mm x 400mm area is also more than large enough for a full-size keyboard, a mouse and more. The DeskPad’s entire backside also has a rubber texture, ensuring that it stays in place.

How Much is It?

All colour options are available directly from GetMionix.com for €23.99 each.



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