RAZER Destructor Precision Gaming Mat
A Closer Look
A Closer Look
The RAZER Destructor makes a move away from the traditional rectangular shaped mouse mats. It features a gunmetal grey glossy finish on the top which RAZER call "Fractal™ textured surface". It's about as far removed from a cloth type cover as possible, and resembles more of a plastic coating.
In the lower left hand corner we can see the inclusion of the Destructor logo with what looks like an ant replacing the letter 'O'. In the top right hand corner we can see the RAZER snake logo that adorns all of their products.
The second area where the RAZER Destructor separates itself from the competition is with its reduced thickness. I have included my trusty battle weary RAZER Mantis
mat and an XTracPads Fat Mat
as a comparison.
Interestingly, RAZER market the Destructor as an Ultra-wide size mouse mat, but yet both the XTracPads Fat Mat and RAZER Mantis are significantly bigger widthways and lengthways by around 2 inches.
The underside surface of the RAZER Destructive is extremely grippy due to its rubber base. Despite several attempts to get it to slide on a range of surfaces (polished timber, Melamine and Stainless steel) it remained resilient and failed to budge.
Please excuse the sacrilegious images of a Logitech G7 wireless mouse on the RAZER Destructor, but it was the only mouse that I had available near me when taking the review pictures. Honest!!!
The images above further reinforce the fact that the RAZER Destructor isn't exactly huge, but yet the reduced footprint means that those with smaller desktops aren't going to run into any real estate issues.
Let's head over the page to see how we're going to test the RAZER Destructor...
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