Razer has unveiled the Atlas gaming mat, which is different from most fabric gaming mats on the market because to its tempered glass.
The Razer Atlas mat has a rubberized coating and weighs 2 kg. It will be available in black and white.
The Razer Atlas mousepad's outer portion is made of tempered glass using a micro-etched process that creates a textured coating on the glass's surface to prevent the mouse sensor from "slipping." The glass is also coated with an oleophobic coating.
The Razer Atlas is not recommended for direct sunlight or fire, and is not recommended as a "handy argument" in disputes.
Atlas should be cleaned only with a warm, damp cloth, always on a flat and even surface to avoid damage.
Most modern optical sensors are suited to mouse pads made of microfiber or other material that has a microtextured surface. In combination with Teflon feet on the mouse, they provide a good degree of glide. Plastic or glass mats have also been on the market for a long time. They may be the finest option depending on the use.
The problem is that computer gaming mice have long avoided LED sensors in favor of laser sensors. On the one hand, they offer much better accuracy and speed, but on the other hand, they are not at all attracted to transparent glass or reflective surfaces.
Razer introduced the new PAW-3950 optical sensor, developed in partnership with PixArt. One of Razer's drawbacks is its ability to work on glass surfaces. This is why the company recommends pairing the Atlas mousepad with Razer Viper V2 Pro, Razer Basilisk V3 Pro, Razer Viper Mini Signature Edition, Razer DeathAdder V3 or any other mouse model with the PAW-3950 sensor.
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