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Func Surface 1030 in the test: Mouse pad turn!

Func Surface 1030 in the test: Mouse pad turn!

Test run

In the rather long test phase of the Surface 1030, the pad was able to prove itself excellently against the competition and I have to say that the very low height of only approx. 3mm compared to the other mouse pads makes a great contribution to the comfort of use. In comparison, the Everglide Large Attack has a height of approx. 7.8mm, the wrist is accordingly more than twice as high. The surface of the Surface 1030, or rather the two surfaces, have excellent gliding properties, although I preferred the slightly smoother side during the tests, as it is definitely better than all the other pads I know. The processing is quite neat and you won't find any sharp edges or product defects. So far so good, but this mouse pad also has a few disadvantages. If you move the mouse beyond the pure work surface, onto the soft rubber base, understandably the sliding behavior of the mouse changes drastically, which may not necessarily have positive effects when playing. Normally, however, the large work surface should offer more than enough space for movements of any kind.

Func Surface 1030
Func Surface 1030

Furthermore, the adhesion of the pad to the surface is not necessarily optimal. This tendency to slip is reinforced again when the small cable clip is used. Bythe weight of the cable, the mouse pad will be so attracted that it practically cannot stay in place. But this also depends heavily on the mouse cable, the mouse. So if you expect absolute adhesion of the mouse pad, you would be better advised by the competition, although you can't say that the surface adhesion is absolutely bad. The idea of ​​the mouse clip is quite good, but it is more likely to cause problems when you end up playing. Both parts of the pad can be washed under running water and thus promise a long service life.

Conclusion

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