Packaging & Closer Look: MM350
The MM350 arrives in a long black and yellow box with the front having a partial shot of the mouse pad in the center. In the upper right-hand corner, the MM350 size is shown with ours being the Extended XL Edition, which measures 930mm x 400mm x 5mm.
Rotating the box, the photo of the MM350 from the front wraps around with the bottom portion of the mat displayed. Looking to the right, it is stated in both English and French that the MM350 is a “Premium Anti-Fray Cloth Mouse Pad”.
Flipping the box over to the next side you have the tagline “Level The Playing Field” with a square cutout on the right, which allows you to feel the MM350.
On the other side of the MM350’s packaging, it lists the notable feature of the mat in 6 different languages.
Unboxing the MM350, it’s nicely rolled up with what looks like a battle-worn surface showing.
Unrolling the mat, we find a warranty guide and we get our first full view of the MM350. The surface which features a black and grey graphic that looks like it’s been through quite a few battles with a black Corsair logo in the right bottom corner.
When you freshly unroll the mat, it sits fairly flat with only the corners wanting to roll up. This went away after about an hour and now sits perfectly flat on our desk. Gliding our hand across the surface of the MM350 is extremely soft to the touch and with the extremely large area, you should never have to worry about hitting the edge with your mouse.
Taking a closer look in the right-hand corner, the battle scars are carried through to the black Corsair logo. Moving toward the corner of the mat we have another Corsair logo, this time in white.
The entire edge of the MM350 is stitched with black thread which will prevent the top graphic from peeling.
Flipping the MM350, the bottom is solely comprised of a rubber textured surface so the mat doesn’t slip around while in use.