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Corsair MM800C Mousepad Review - RGB Overload?


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Today on the Video bench we have the Corsair MM800C RGB Mousepad,

https://youtu.be/Al4Ut-9jARw

"Corsair MM800C Mousepad Review - RGB Overload? Sexy, Sleek with a great rubber backing that holds it to your desk for limited slipping. RGB with great RGB controls and a very nice feeling top. If you're a big RGB fan or even if you're not the Corsair MM800 most likely is a great mousepad for you."

alt textWell packaged and Flashy

alt textAll main features are easily found on the back of the box.

alt textalt textWell wrapped with plastic around and over the MM800C makes for a great coverage when shipping the MM800C

alt textCorsair does software well and this is no exception for the MM800C, easy to control colors and controls build for a sexy and sleek mousepad for those who love RGB as much as Corsair.

alt textSlick lighting that is easy to change on command

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alt textWith an easy to use USB port at the top the MM800c does not require a second cable to your PC just to plug your mouse in, this makes it feel like you do not have a loss of any usb ports due to the need to RGB.

alt textRubber matting under the MM800c means you have no slip, no miss when you're rocking out to FPS games or whatever be your pleasure. This is an extremely sticky backing and truly beneficial to any gamer.

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Eh, not even necessarily that. I have a Logitech mouse whose name eludes me that has 6 buttons and when I was playing Witcher 3 I'd use those to toggle between the different Signs vs having to move my WASD hand to do it during combat. I can see this having that sort of practical use for someone who does things like that in normal games too.

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