Razer announced its 2013/14 line of Razer mouse mats. The lineup includes four new mouse mats: the Razer Invicta, Razer Manticor, Razer Destructor 2, and Razer Megasoma 2. All four of these mats are treated with new performance-boosting sensor-reactive surface coatings.
Razer takes its mouse mats seriously and has made sure each of these new mouse mats will work well with optical, laser and dual-sensor mice. The company puts the mouse mats through rigorous testing including mouse sensor lift-off, acceleration and precision tests to ensure the surface textures offer precise glide and control. Razer's Synapse 2.0 cloud-based software lets you enhance mouse responsiveness and in-game accuracy by calibrating a Razer mouse to a Razer mouse mat.
Razer's Invicta builds on the innovation of its predecessor, the Razer Vespula. This mouse mat provides a slick-smooth surface as well as a rough one to provide the play style required for your selected game. The Invicta is currently available for preorder.
The Razer Manticor features a smooth, effortless glide since it is stamped and sandblasted out of a single sheet of aircraft-grade aluminum. This mouse mat is also treated with a sensor-reactive coating to provide precision. The Manticor is available for preorder now.
Building on the success of its predecessor, the Razer Destructor 2 offers an all-new surface coating that promises ultra-precise mouse tracking. The Razer Destructor 2 is currently available for preorder.
Last, but not least, the Razer Megasoma 2 combines the precision of a hard mat with the comfort of a soft one in its highly stable silicon surface. This mouse mat will be available in the fourth quarter of this year.
If you've ever wondered how Razer makes its mouse mats, the company has provided a sneak peek into the design, technology, and craftsmanship for the Razer Invicta in the video below.