Taito Control Gaming Mousepad Announced by Roccat

/ 5 years ago


Next to a fine keyboard and a reliable mouse, a high-quality gamepad is a very important part of any true gamer’s arsenal. There are plenty of options to choose from, that’s true, but I’m here to tell you a bit about the latest offering from ROCCAT – the German peripherals company that’s responsible for the creation of the European eSports organization named Team ROCCAT. Relying on their extensive experience in eSports and gaming in general, the brand’s experts recently announced the Taito Control mousepad, which basically represents a new and improved version of the original Taito.

The new pad flaunts better control and impressive durability, and it was created using a smooth, high-quality cloth. The advanced cloth textile used for the product was chosen carefully after numerous hours of extensive testing, and it provides the perfect balance between glide and control. The Taito Control mousepad measures 400 X 320 mm, it has a thickness of just 3mm and comes with a stitched border in ROCCAT Blue. You can buy one yourself right now for €19.99 or about $16.99.

Are you happy with your current mousepad, or would you switch to a newer and more dependable one?

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