OCZ Behemoth Mouse Pad

Introduction & Packaging

Introduction
 
Mouse Pads or mats are often a forgotten component when it comes to gaming PC’s. Most manufacturers don’t include them with pre-built computers and when building your own it’s certainly not the first thing to spring to mind. However, with modern day mice becoming more and more advanced, a high performance mouse pad is becoming ever more critical to getting that next killing spree on your favourite FPS.

For those of you now fretting at the thought of missing out on a bit of ‘pwnage’, OCZ has come to the rescue with their Behemoth Mouse Pad aimed directly at gamers. So let’s see what OCZ have to say about it:

With no need to reposition your mouse, the extra-large surface provided by the Behemoth provides the ultimate playing field for PC gaming or CAD applications. The exclusive “TriggerGrip” material is designed to be sensitive to even the smallest movements to optimize mouse accuracy and movement. The combination of the ultra-sensitive fiber and vast size allows for maximum mobility with the latest laser mice on the market and the washable, non-slip rubber base won’t budge even during intense gameplay or meticulous media editing.

OCZ has a fairly short specification listed on their website, with far less information compared to the likes of Razer; here is what they have listed:

* 380 x 260mm (4mm high)
* Ultra-Sensitive "TriggerGrip" Surface
* Ideal for high-performance laser mice


Packaging
 
The Behemoth comes in a thin cuboid shaped box, which is made up of fairly thick card and a light gloss finish. It also has a little tab at the top for attaching to product rails in retail stores and like.
 
OCZ Behemoth Box OCZ Behemoth Box
 
The front and back of the box are outfitted in pretty much the same design, only differing slightly in the background graphics used. The OCZ logo is emblazoned across the middle which means that you’d definitely struggle to miss it if you walked past it in a retail store.

 
OCZ Behemoth Box Front OCZ Behemoth Box Side
 
The left side of the packaging is the most interesting. Here it has a bit of an introduction to the product, as well as a small image of the mouse mat itself. It also has the dimensions listed below the introduction/description. The right side features a bar code where the product is made - Taiwan.

Whilst the packaging is reasonable, it’s nothing special and it would have been nice to have seen a little more work gone into this.
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Most Recent Comments

28-10-2008, 07:31:23

Luigi
Today we took a look at OCZ's latest gaming enhancer, the Behemoth Mouse pad.

http://www.overclock3d.net/gfx/artic...100616916s.jpg

Check out the review here

28-10-2008, 07:42:12

°TheMadDutchDude°
Good job mate, might have to pick one of them up for that price!

28-10-2008, 09:41:41

PV5150
That's a really nice looking mat actually, and it looks really comfortable. Great little review Tom

28-10-2008, 10:21:56

Luigi
Quote:
Originally Posted by name='PV5150'
That's a really nice looking mat actually, and it looks really comfortable. Great little review Tom
Thank you And thanks for helping me out with the upload as well Much appreciated.

28-10-2008, 11:22:21

Talonaer
in need of a new matt and thisfalls eprfectly in my size (big for photoshop) and price requirements

down to yoyotech after lectures 2moro it is

i spend most days just over the road from them and yet have still not been in to have a browse, 2moro is gonna make me wish I had a bigger overdraft lol

28-10-2008, 11:27:55

Luigi
Quote:
Originally Posted by name='Talonaer'
in need of a new matt and thisfalls eprfectly in my size (big for photoshop) and price requirements

down to yoyotech after lectures 2moro it is

i spend most days just over the road from them and yet have still not been in to have a browse, 2moro is gonna make me wish I had a bigger overdraft lol
Nice, its a good buy I was very impressed, and its a steel for the price.

28-10-2008, 18:09:10

JN
Quote:
Originally Posted by name='Talonaer'
in need of a new matt and thisfalls eprfectly in my size (big for photoshop) and price requirements

down to yoyotech after lectures 2moro it is

i spend most days just over the road from them and yet have still not been in to have a browse, 2moro is gonna make me wish I had a bigger overdraft lol
Say HI to them for us

30-10-2008, 16:39:19

Diablo
It looks like a good price, but thanks to the wonder of the steelseries sx, I won't be going back to fabric for a looong time. A good mousemat is a really good investment, the step up from the leather asus freebies to a decent one, especially with a good mouse is immeasuarble.

30-10-2008, 16:41:56

Luigi
Quote:
Originally Posted by name='Diablo'
It looks like a good price, but thanks to the wonder of the steelseries sx, I won't be going back to fabric for a looong time. A good mousemat is a really good investment, the step up from the leather asus freebies to a decent one, especially with a good mouse is immeasuarble.
Yeah, its something you dont consider, but once you have it you find it hard to go without.

30-10-2008, 17:37:56

Talonaer
havent got down yet, might have time 2moro in a lunch break, otherwise will be in a week or two.

want to add my £0.02 on this thing

12-06-2009, 05:24:35

Txnnok
It says behemoth mouse, but is it really a large mouse. I have the mx518 like listed in the pic up above with behemoth mouse pad, but it is tiny tiny in my hand. I pretty much always have enough space for my first two fingers and half my palm hangs off the back side of the mouse.

I was just wondering if anyone knew or has been through this. I know I cant bee the only one.

edit: oops,I meant to put this in the behemoth mouse thread, not the mouse pad thread. If any one cares to move, please do. Not sure that it matters though.

12-06-2009, 05:25:39

Luigi
Sorry, I dont quite understand you there?

12-06-2009, 05:28:54

Txnnok
sorry put in edit while you posting, hope that helps or I can clarify.
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