ROCCAT Unveils Hiro Gaming Mousepad

Gaming accessories manufacturer ROCCAT, whom we’ve largely known for their great gaming mice, recently announced a January 2013 North American release date for its new high-performance cloth gaming pad — the ROCCAT Hiro.

What’s so special about the Hiro? Well, for one, it apparently will never fray, even after extended use. ROCCAT’s patented build process creates an inseparable “power bond” between upper and lower surfaces, delivering a mousepad of unrivaled durability. The Hiro also features an entirely new kind of gaming surface: an exclusive vulcanized silicone playing field, with a complex 3D structure, that delivers significantly increased gliding speed and control on both the x and y axis.

Add a non-slip rubber base and solid weight, and that sucker won’t be moving around, messing up your aim. The Hiro also features a shock-absorbing build to provide maximum comfort, ultra-quiet gliding, and a water resistant surface.

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2 Comments on ROCCAT Unveils Hiro Gaming Mousepad


On October 21, 2012 at 4:43 am

I use a $10 mouse straight on the wooden accessory slider.

I play better than the noobs with G1009675475 and stuff.



On October 22, 2012 at 6:19 pm

Badass but my logitech hasn’t failed me yet