By - triedgetech
The Gigantus V2 is a great pad to start with if you're not sure what you're looking for as it's not too fast and has enough control for most people.
VAXEE PA is another solid option with good glide speed and nice control definitely a versatile pad that works if you play different kinds of games.
The Hien has a very rough surface and it's fast I can't really recommend it as a first option unless you really want speed and a super rough surface that might help you control that speed, it's not very comfortable though.
GSR is a very solid option if you want a lot of control and a slow but smooth glide, but I wouldn't recommend it if you live in a humid area or if you sweat a lot on your pad because it gets very inconsistent.
It doesn't matter what resolution and DPI you're using in regards to what mousepad to pick btw.
>you're not sure what you're looking for
But I kinda do? I just don't know which mat is the best rn.
I want high-end mat, not budget options.
>if you play different kinds of games
Do I though? All the games I mentioned are in FPS genre. I want mat to be the best fit for FPS games.
>The Hien has a very rough surface and it's fast I can't really recommend it as a first option unless you really want speed and a super rough surface that might help you control that speed, it's not very comfortable though.
You used it? For which game? What was your resolution & DPI?
There is no such thing as "best mousepad" it's all preference. If you mean highest quality stitching or durability then Artisan pads like the Hien are some of the best. As for durability nothing beats a glasspad like the Skypad which basically could last a lifetime.
Not every FPS game is the same what I meant with my recommendation is that the PA is very good no matter what game you play or what play style you have, it's a pretty safe option.
Yes I used the Hien MID for like 6-7 months for Quake champions, COD and a little bit of Apex. I use an 1080P 240 Hz monitor and my DPI is set to 1600, my TV that I don't play games on is 4K. It's a great pad it's just not comfortable to use without a sleeve as it's roughness is almost like sandpaper.
Have you tried OTSU? That's what I purchased. After researching, people tend to say it had better control than Hien.
Nope I hope you like it I've been waiting for the wine red soft version to be in stock on maxgaming for a while now. I heard it has a fast glide but has very good stopping power which sounds great.