Home Contests Giveaway: Mionix Sargas 900 gaming mousepad

If you read our review of the Mionix line of premium mousepads, you know they’re comfortable, accurate, and, well, a little expensive.

So it wouldn’t be surprising if you weren’t ready to plunk down $30-$40 to try one of their high-end models out. It’s a bit of an investment, even for PC gamers.

But if you do want to see what all the duck-slaughtering fuss is about, today’s your lucky day: we’re giving away a top-of-the-line Mionix Sargas 900 gaming mousepad.

As we mentioned in the review, the Sargas line is made of comfy microfiber that lets your mouse hand whiz around with ease. What’s the 900 stand for? Why, the fact that it’s 900 millimeters wide – roughly three feet for our American readers. Do you need a gaming surface that huge? Maybe, maybe not. But you’ll never know unless you try, right?

 

Update: Contest winner

Congratulations to Ryan! He was randomly selected to win the Sargas 900 mousepad, which he’ll be pairing with a Logitech MX518!

 

To enter, comment below telling us what brand and model of mouse you use.

We’ll take note, sell the data to mouse manufacturers, then randomly pick a winner. Yes, even people who use Dell mice will have a chance to win (unfortunately).

 

Boring rules details

  • Entries must be placed by Sunday, October 7, 2012
  • You must be 13 or older to enter
  • You must comment with a valid e-mail address
  • One entry per person; duplicates will be disqualified
27 replies to this post
  1. Microsoft Intellimouse Explorer 3.0

    Tried others over the years but nothing seems as reliable as the MIE3.

    The legendary tracking, gliders are still perfect. How many people can say they still use a 6yo Mouse and win.

    And best of all it was free with a system build I did.

  2. oh just some generic lenovo mouse, but hey, it’s not a dell, right? wrong, i also use a dell mouse when playing on my laptop. :(

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