Razer Announces Its First Tempered Glass Gaming Mouse Mat: “Pure Polished Precision”

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Is glass really more comfortable to play on than cloth? Razer fans may be asking themselves that question today with the launch of the Razer Atlas, Razer’s first-ever glass gaming mouse mat. Offering what the leading global lifestyle brand for gamers says is unbeatable durability and ultra-fast, consistent swipes, the Atlas is crafted with tempered glass, with surface micro-etching and unique manufacturing treatments. Razer has confirmed that its Atlas tempered glass gaming mouse mat is available now at Razer.com, RazerStore locations, and select retailers for £99.99 GBP / $99.99 USD / 119.99€ MSRP.

From a Razer press release:

For gamers and esports athletes, speed and accuracy are essential. Since most gaming mice use optical sensors, the Razer Atlas has been optimized with micro-etched textures on the mat’s ultra-smooth surface. This provides optimal conditions for optical sensors to detect textures accurately for a precise gaming experience.

Meticulously crafted with premium tempered glass, the Razer Atlas is built to last, ensuring durability and longevity. The scratch-resistant surface repels dirt and dust, ensuring it stays clean through even the most intense gaming sessions. Thanks to its low-maintenance nature, the mat can be easily cleaned with a warm damp cloth to ensure it stays in a pristine state at all times. The Razer Atlas is also available in two color options, Black and White, allowing gamers to choose the color that best suits their setup for a premium, clean aesthetic.

Designed to help gamers stay in the zone by offering quieter swipes, the Razer Atlas boasts a fully covered anti-slip rubber base. This ensures that the mat stays firmly in place, even during intense gaming sessions, eliminating any slips or movements that could disrupt gameplay.

With the Razer Atlas, gamers can expect unparalleled performance and gameplay, as every move and action is accurately captured and reflected on-screen, with zero surface resistance.

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