What is the difference in the material of the mouse pad?
1. Cloth pad
Most of the cloth materials commonly used for cloth mats on the market are woven with Jiaji cloth. Maybe many JR have no concept of Jiaji cloth. Let’s briefly talk about it. Jiaji cloth belongs to knitted fabric, because it is very good. The drape, safety performance and comfort are now many used in bag linings, gaming mouse pads, desk calendars, calligraphy and painting, etc. They are also used to fit various polymer materials to make diving suits that are very waterproof and breathable. Fabrics, sports knee pads, outdoor cycling clothes, mountaineering clothes, etc.
Depending on the thickness of the fabric and the way of weaving, it greatly affects the experience of the mouse pad. Generally speaking, the finer the fabric, the denser the texture, and the finer the feel (smooth). On the contrary, the thicker the fabric, the more weave. Thicker, the rougher it feels (smooth), of course, you have to match the size and material of the mouse’s foot patch to achieve a comprehensive requirement.
2. Coated pad
Strictly speaking, the coated pad is actually divided into a type of cloth pad. As the name suggests, the coated pad is based on the cloth pad and adds a coating to the surface material, so that when the mouse is used on it Smoother, the originator of the coated pad should be the QPAD CT series, but although the coated pad feels good and smooth to use, it is more expensive, easy to wear, and cannot be reflexed (reflexion will damage the coating and leave marks). The problem of poor durability. I don’t know if you have found the same mat, the colored one will be more slippery than the non-colored one. Comparing ZOWIE’s GSR and GSR-DIVINA-SE, I can feel that the DIVINA version of GSR will slip on compared to the solid-colored GSR. One point, this is the so-called “micro-coated” coated mat that we will talk about next. Now there are more than 100 micro-coated mats that claim to be micro-coated. First of all, even if it uses a coating, it is very thin and thin and almost worn out. There is no difference between no wear and tear. The second one is that when the mouse pad is colored with thermal transfer, the ink replaces the coating. I also said that the process is also an important part of the manufacturing of the mouse pad. Shang’s micro-coating is also working hard in this step.
3. Resin pad, metal pad
Resin pads are actually divided into fine and rough surfaces (there are also pads that can be used on both sides, such as RAZER’s Vespa). The advantage of resin pads compared to cloth pads is that the resin will be more slippery than ordinary cloth pads, and a considerable number of users are I like to use hard pads, but resin pads also have some problems. Under high-strength use, the surface wears quickly and the user sweats easily. If the user’s sweat needs to be wiped on the pad, it will wear the mouse foot stickers more seriously.
Metal pads are a bit similar to resin pads, but metal pads are stronger than resin pads in terms of durability. They are very cold in summer (you will freeze your hands in winter..) Take aluminum pads as an example. The aluminum pads on the market have an area It will not be too big. Secondly, no matter whether your mouse foot sticker is big or small, the sound is not small when you move on the aluminum pad. It will wear the mouse foot sticker very seriously, and it will corrode the metal surface under long-term use.