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In Win BATMAT mousepad review

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Posted October 28, 2013 by Joe Kershner in Peripherals

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Overview

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Release Date: Near November 21, 2013
 
Price at time of Review: 39.99
 

WHAT WE LIKED:

Large smooth surface, great design, non-slip base, washable
 

WHAT WE DISLIKED:

Sharp edges, a tiny bit pricey
 
BOTTOM LINE:
If you're looking for a durable mouse pad with a large surface that's easy to clean and won't move around, the In Win BATMAT is what your looking for. Just be cautious of the sharp edges.
by Joe Kershner
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Conclusion

In Win did an extremely good job in the design and construction materials used on the BATMAT. I’ve been using the BATMAT for a week as of this article and can honestly say that I’m sold. Although it has a very large surface and takes a lot of desk space, it is very comfortable and easy to use. Not that I would ever need to, but I could easily fit two mice on here comfortably without getting in the way of each other. The surface is amazingly smooth and easy to clean. In Win recommends not using chemicals for cleaning in order to keep the surface integrity, but a damp washcloth worked great. As far as the natural-rubberized base, I had no issue of it slipping or being re-positioned.

With that being said, the BATMAT is the cutting edge in technology. Quite literally! I found its construction to have extremely sharp edges around the top and bottom design. Other than that, the BATMAT from In Win is definitely a well constructed mouse pad that has changed my mind about them.

I’ll definitely be using this from now on. Although there are some great features the one huge factor that I can’t get over thinking about is the safety. The sharp edge on the product is something to thing about. If this is something you can work around, then the price of $39.99 USD and is well worth the wait. The BATMAT isn’t currently available, but it should hit store shelves around or near November 21, 2013. The In Win BATMAT easily earns the PureOverclock Great Hardware Award.

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