EK launches its first ever mousepads

More EK-Loot products will hit store shelves in the near future.

EK launches its first ever mousepads

Press Release - EK LAUNCHES ITS FIRST MOUSEPADS AS PART OF NEW EK LOOT PRODUCT LINE

Gaming is no good without the proper gear for your PC environment, and EK® has decided to solve that issue for you! EK Water Blocks, the premium liquid cooling gear manufacturer, is preparing a brand new product category for gamers and PC enthusiasts called the EK Loot. Things are being kicked off with a couple of sleek minimalistic mousemats, ranging from small to extra large. But fear not; these will not be the only EK Loot products to hit the shelves since more cool essentials are soon to follow to create the right environment for your PC.  

EK launches its first ever mousepads

EK-Loot Mousepad – Black L

Sized at 900 by 400 millimeters, the L size is the all-rounder. It offers 50% more surface area than a standard mousepad while remaining compact enough to fit on smaller desks. The low-friction fabric surface also has exceptional tracking performance for optical and laser mice. It’s super minimalistic, all-black, and boasting only a small EK logo in the bottom right corner. The mat is 3mm thick with a non-slip rubber base that keeps it in place even during the most intense gaming sessions. The edge of the mat is decorated with dense anti-fray stitching that increases durability and prevents everyday wear and tear that mousepads have to endure.

EK-Loot Mousepad – Gray L

This is the gray brother of the Black L mousemat, again perfectly sized at 900 x 400mm. The low-friction fabric surface also has exceptional tracking performance for optical and laser mice. The neutral gray tone of this mousemat will go perfectly hand in hand with lighter setups and white-themed builds. The mat is 3mm thick with a non-slip rubber base that keeps it in place even during the most intense gaming sessions. The edge of the mousemat is decorated with dense anti-fray stitching that increases durability and prevents everyday wear and tear.

EK launches its first ever mousepads

EK-Loot Mousepad – Black XL

If you like things extra large, EK’s got you covered! Quite literally. This extra large mousepad measures 1220 x 600mm and requires a sizeable desk to be placed on. This mat is 3mm thick with a non-slip rubber base that keeps it in place even during the most intense gaming sessions. The low-friction fabric surface also has exceptional tracking performance for optical and laser mice. It’s minimalistic, all-black, and only shows off a small EK logo in the bottom right corner. The edge of the mousemat is decorated with dense anti-fray stitching that increases durability and prevents everyday wear and tear. And if you build PCs frequently, EK strongly recommends getting one of these as a backup solution to protect your hardware and desk.

EK launches its first ever mousepads

EK-Loot Mousepad – Black M

This medium-sized black mousemat will probably be the go-to choice for custom keyboard lowers and those not using a full-sized 10-key keyboard. Measuring 600 x 300mm, it is a compact fit for desks with limited space. The low-friction fabric surface also has exceptional tracking performance for optical and laser mice. It’s minimalistic, all-black, with only a small EK logo in the bottom right corner. The mat is 3mm thick with a non-slip rubber base that keeps it in place even during the most intense gaming sessions. The edge of the mat is decorated with dense anti-fray stitching that increases durability and prevents everyday wear and tear that mousepads usually have to endure.

EK launches its first ever mousepads

EK-Loot Mousepad – Black S

In case you work in a dull office environment, you can get this mousemat to remind you of your home where that liquid-cooled gaming beast waits for you. With its small size of just 240 x 200mm, it has limited space for mouse movement since gaming is not its primary purpose. This mousepad is 3mm thick with a non-slip rubber base to keep it in place while scrolling through those long Excel sheets. The edge of the mat is decorated with dense anti-fray stitching that increases durability and prevents everyday wear and tear.

EK launches its first ever mousepads

Availability and Pricing

These brand new EK-Loot Mousepads are already available for purchase through EK Webshop. The table below shows the manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP), VAT included.

You can join the discussion on EK's new EK-Loot Mousepads on the OC3D Forums.

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22-07-2022, 20:29:14

ImprovizoR
Is there a reason for these things to cost as much as they do these days? Mouse pads are not expensive to make. There's no research and development that goes into them. There's barely any marketing involved, too. You just pick a Chinese factory that makes these, give them your specs and tell them to put a logo on it and you have a mousepad.Quote

22-07-2022, 21:21:01

Bartacus
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Originally Posted by ImprovizoR View Post
Is there a reason for these things to cost as much as they do these days?
It's EK dude, they've been selling overpriced garbage masquerading as "quality products" for years. If EK sold tap water, it would be $10 a bottle, and the bottles would be 250ml in size. Quote

23-07-2022, 08:20:24

Warchild
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Originally Posted by Bartacus View Post
It's EK dude, they've been selling overpriced garbage masquerading as "quality products" for years. If EK sold tap water, it would be $10 a bottle, and the bottles would be 250ml in size.
Coca Cola already tried that and got caught Quote

23-07-2022, 14:02:25

ImprovizoR
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Originally Posted by Bartacus View Post
It's EK dude, they've been selling overpriced garbage masquerading as "quality products" for years. If EK sold tap water, it would be $10 a bottle, and the bottles would be 250ml in size.
When it comes to mousepads, you can say the same about every major company that sells them. They're all basically the same product with a different logo. And they know it, which is why their idea of innovation lately has been to add RGB to a goddamn mousepad.Quote

24-07-2022, 04:40:41

Dicehunter
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Originally Posted by ImprovizoR View Post
Is there a reason for these things to cost as much as they do these days? Mouse pads are not expensive to make. There's no research and development that goes into them. There's barely any marketing involved, too. You just pick a Chinese factory that makes these, give them your specs and tell them to put a logo on it and you have a mousepad.

Only mousepad I was impressed by was OCUK's own desk mats, The "Stealth" version of their 3XL deskmat which measures in at 1180mm x 600mm, Soft, Sewn edges, Mouse glides very easy, And very easy to clean, Price is less than other brands too, On offer cost me £12.


https://i.imgur.com/kjixRWS.jpgQuote
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