Func Surface 1030 in the test: Mouse pad turn!
The Surface 1030 consists of two and, if you take a closer look, three individual parts last part can only be seen as a useful addition to the actual pad. The core component, i.e. the base of the mouse pad, is a shell made of soft rubber, which is supposed to ensure the necessary adhesion to the surface. The second component, if you want to call it that, is the actual worktop, which is made of a harder plastic and houses two different surfaces.
You can So decide between two surfaces, one almost flat and one a little rougher. This fundamentally differs the Surface 1030 from the other mouse pads that we have already tested. For the first time, the user now has the option of choosing the optimal surface depending on the mouse used or depending on the game being played. It must be emphasized once again that the two surfaces are absolutely non-reflective, so that even optical mice have no problems with this mouse pad, which cannot necessarily be guaranteed with a white Everglide Large Attack.
A special gimmick that Func Industries has given buyers, is a small clip that can be attached to six places on the surface. This little clip has a similar function to Everglide's Mousebungee , because it is supposed to prevent the mouse cable from slipping off the table and getting jammed in any corner. It should also provide a certain amount of cable space.
The mouse pad is rectangular and has an effective length of 25.3 cm with an effective width of 21.4 cm. Effective because the mouse pad as a whole is larger, but only the actual worktop can be used; every movement over the edge of this plate brings with it some complications.
On the next page: Test use