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Roccat Hiro Gaming Mousepad

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Posted May 25, 2013 by James Taylor in Peripherals

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Price at time of Review: $49.99
 

WHAT WE LIKED:

Large Surface Area, Smooth, Good Grip
 

WHAT WE DISLIKED:

No Warranty and High Price Tag
 
BOTTOM LINE:
If you're looking for a premium mouse pad and money is no object than the Hiro is for you, but remember it has no warranty.
by James Taylor
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Packaging and Specs

 

So far the packaging on Roccat’s products have been outstanding in design. The packaging for the Hiro is no exception. The Hiro comes in a plastic covered sleeve with the graphics and product info printed on a cardstock covering a good portion of the Hiro. On the front we see the features listed. The front of the packaging also has two small sections of the same material used to make the Hiro. This allows you to feel the front and back textures of the product.

Viewing the back we see much of the same info from the front, except the specs are printed here in 9 different languages.

Features

A power-bonded construction of upper and lower surfaces ensures edges are smooth, rounded and won’t fray.

An exclusive 3D vulcanized silicone surface offers max speed & control
A non-slip, shock-absorbing rubber base delivers the steadiest command platform & longest battle comfort
  • VULCANIZED SILICONE SURFACE
    with complex 3D structure for total speed & control domination
  • POWER-BONDED CONSTRUCTION
    for smooth, rounded edges that won’t fray
  • COVERT-TECH SURFACE TREATMENT
    for ultra-quiet gliding
  • NON-SLIP, SHOCK-ABSORBING RUBBER BASE
    for the steadiest command platform & longest battle comfort
  • FORCE FIELD PROTECTIVE COATING
    water resistant & easy to clean
  • PREMIUM MATERIALS CONSTRUCTION
    for max battle durability, mission after mission
  • OPTIMAL GAMING SIZE
    of 350 x 250 x 2.5mm – for ideal ergonomics and performance
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2 Comments


  1.  
    Chris Trak

    Well Done James……..Fine review and I concur with your opinions..It’s a shame they want too much $$ for a pad!





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