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Discussion in 'Mac Accessories' started by iHateWindows, Oct 31, 2005.
Do you use a mouse pad or not?
Yes. Why do you ask?
I can't stand the things.
So that's a no.
Yes... though I don't really need it. The mouse works fine enough without it.
It's a func, with a surface that can be swapped around, depending on whether you use a optical mouse or not.
Doesn't make much sense with a trackpad...
I use my Wacom tablet as a mouse, so no, but I do have one for the once-in-a-blue-moon that I plug in a real mouse.
I use a Belkin one w/ the 'built-in' gel wrist rest.
Well, I use a Wacom tablet but have a mouse pad that looks like an area rug but that's more for the "feel" part while using the tablet (no need to look). Really no need for one for me it just looks cool
Yes I do use a mouse pad since optical mice have a hard time with a glass tables.
Nope. I hate em.
yes i do, but only because it tracks better on the pad than on the cruddy wanna be wooden desk surface
Yeah I use a San Francisco Giants mouse pad that I got off of eBay for $6. I don't want to scratch the desk and/or get the mouse dirty.
I use one because I much prefer the feel of a mouse on a mouse pad to the feel of a mouse on a table.
I have two mice on my G5, a wireless logitech ball one (2 buttons+scroll wheel) and an apple pro mouse. Neither need a mouse mat as we have a vinyl covering on this desk
yeah, i have a huge microthins wowpad that i recommend whenever i get a chance. it's like uber-thin (<1mm) and made of some cool material. it's also like 10x10 which is cool. i dont really need a mousepad since i have a laser mouse but my desk has this really weird feel to it that's just uncomfortable for mousing...
I use a gel wrist rest. Sometimes a pad, and sometimes not.
I use a mouse pad because my desk top is glass and my optical mouse won't work otherwise.
I use this one:
I use my clipboard as my mousepad.
yea i use one..it drives me crazy but i use it.
I use one. It's a boring grey one from Target. I like the mouse->cloth better than mouse->desk.