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Func Industries Surface1030 MousePad Review

Func Industries Surface1030 MousePad Review - PCSTATS
Abstract: What's unique about this 'mouse system' as they call it, is not the metal tin it comes carefully packaged in, but that this mouse pad consists of two parts...
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External Mfg. Website: Func Industries Dec 07 2000   Max Page  
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Double-sided mouse surface

What's unique about this 'mouse system' as they call it, is not the metal tin it comes carefully packaged in, but that this mouse pad consists of two parts. The base of the Surface 1030 is a rubber pad. The rubber pad has slits to allow a small metal clip to firmly hold the mouse cable in place, and is recessed to hold the double sided mouse surface in position. The surface which the mouse glides over is a stiff piece of material.

The two component system that Func Industries opted to utilize enables you to flip the mousing surface over for either a smooth or rough surface. Some ball mice operate better on the rough surface, while an optical mouse would be at home on the smooth side.

The smooth surface works best with optical mice for the least amount of drag. The rougher surface operates extremely well with ball mice, providing enough grip to stop stuck cursors, and enough of a glide to keep things moving fast.

The mousing surface rests in a rubber base which not only ensures the mouse pad stays in one place but also has small holes where a special clip can be attached. The clip that ships with the Func Surface 1030 is designed to keep the mouse's cord out of the way, and untangled. There are six positions the clip can be attached to depending on the configuration of your desk space.

So how does all this stack up in the end?

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Contents of Article: Func Industries Surface1030
 Pg 1.  Func Industries Surface1030 MousePad Review
 Pg 2.  — Double-sided mouse surface
 Pg 3.  Final thoughts, and ranking

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