Playing with the Destructor
We already talked about the rubber back side ensuring that the mouse pad stays put no matter how hard we move the mouse over it. But what did it do in terms of our performance? Well, at first, its size allowed for plenty maneuvering room for the hand and mouse. Both were kept on the mouse pad even when we performed wild hand moves. The surface is smooth as an egg. It allows for an easy slide but you can also do a firm stop with the mouse. But since it’s a highly precise surface we had to alter our Logitech G9 sensitivity to compensate the difference of response between the Destructor and our common mouse pad. While playing a game of TeamFortress 2 we noted an increase in performance when choosing the quick Scout class. The action was so intense and chaotic that we thanked the Destructor for being there.
The only gripe we had – and a minor one – concerned the rough finish of the mouse pad rim. It scratched your fist when our hand got too much close to the border. You should reserve some table room for the Destructor so you can appreciate its size and move the mouse in its center area, away from the rim. It was just a small issue that can be solved by having good table space for the mousepad or acquiring a wrist rest. Besides that we can give thumbs up to the Destructor.