Thermaltake Ladon Mousepad review

A high quality mouse needs a good mousepad, I would go as far as saying that every user should have a higher quality mousepad since it makes your computer experience so much better.

TTesports sent us their Ladon gaming mousepad that we are going to take a look at in todays review, how well does it perform with various mice that we have in stock right now? Let’s find out!

About TTesports:

Read more on their website if you are intrested in the company, http://usa.ttesports.com/aboutTteSports.aspx

Features:

Dimension (LxWxH): 360x300x3mm
Ultra-Thin Fiber and Natural Rubber Base, ensuring Mouse Pad Stays in Place.
Ideal for MMORPG Game Genre’s Demands in Precise Control and Movement.
Perfect Match with Tt eSPORTS AZURUES or AZURUES Mini mouse.

The Product:

Thermaltake Ladon Mousepad box Thermaltake Ladon Mousepad box
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This mousepad comes packed in a nice little box where you can actually feel the mousepad before buying it. There is a small opening where you can feel a sample of the mousepad so you can get an idea of how it feels before buying it.

Thermaltake Ladon Mousepad Thermaltake Ladon Mousepad
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Inside the box I found a small slip with info about the product and the mousepad itself. As we can see the top of the mousepad is glossy and has a nylon feel to it. I found it to be a bit rough on my wrist since I like to lay my wrist on the mousepad when using it. TTesports calls the surface a ulta thin fiber surface, and I have to admit its very slick and would work great for gamers.

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Comments

  1. 1400 lumens is OK, but about 2 years ago. it’s a little unnerving to see the “200” there, unless by that you’re referring to a very narrow beam spread.

    The part that’s no good is the color temperature 6600-7200K. They need warm or neutral temps for a desktop app. Cree’s CR6 and LR6 downlights are 2700-3000K, which is a lot more pleasing light for normal households.

    Also: is there a diffuser covering the LEDs? Can’t tell from the pictures. You need to avoid the spectacle of multiple-shadows created by pinpoints of light.

    For this application I’d just as soon use a modern LED flashlight like the Fenix TK75, stuffed with 3 Cree XP-G LEDs and 8 rechargeable AA Sanyo Eneloop batteries. On medium setting you have 300-500 lumens, 12-18 hour battery life, and the batteries recharge 1500 or 2500 cycles. (That’s essentially forever.) You can get this light under $120 USD and Eneloops (with 2 chargers) for another $40. (Also watch for new product announcements from Fenix this month.)

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