Cooler Master MasterAccessory MP750 XL Soft Mouse Pad Review: Page 6 of 6

Posted by James Keir on Tuesday, December 11, 2018 - 8:00am

Final Thoughts & Conclusion

Cooler Master MP750

Moving from my quite old mouse pad to the new MP750 is a night and day difference. At first, I really wasn’t sure if I would like an extra-large mouse pad but now after using one, I don’t think I could go back. Not having to worry about hitting the edge of the pad while gaming is a huge plus and I also like that my wrist can rest on the mouse pad’s soft surface rather than my desk.

The surface itself feels amazing and the MM530 effortlessly glided across it during my gaming session of CS: Go. Even though no drinks were spilled while I was gaming I did purposely pour my drink on it. The MP750 had no issue repelling the water and it was easily soaked up and left no evidence anything was spilled on it.

Though RGB isn’t for everyone, I personally really like the RGB border of the MP750. It’s not over-the-top and adds a little extra punch to your desk. The downloaded Portal software for the MP750 is easy to use and my only complaint is that my keyboard and mouse require an older version of the Portal software to configure them.

Overall, the MP750 provides you with an exceptional surface that both feels great and performs extremely well. If you are a fan of RGB, the MP750’s border adds just enough flair which really takes your desk to the next level. Personally, the MP750 is one of the best mouse pads I have used and I will be using it for a long time to come.

Great job Cooler Master!


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