Razer Scarab mouse mat sports Fractal 2.0 coating for precise tracking

Razer is hoping it has the perfect gift for your high-dpi gaming mouse: the new Scarab hard mouse mat.
Written by Rachel King, Contributor

Razer is hoping it has the perfect gift for your high-dpi gaming mouse: the new Scarab hard mouse mat.

Dubbed as a sequel to the Razer Destructor, the Scarab is designed for both laser and optical mice. With Razer’s own Fractal 2.0 surface coating, this new mousepad ensures more precision than its predecessor with a "highly responsive and uniform" tracking system.

Gamers are also promised "feeling of awesomeness during usage," which is a bit over the top, but let us know if that is the case for you.

Available worldwide on January 1, the Razer Scarab will retail for $39.99/€39.99.

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