The HyperX Fury S extra large pro gaming mouse pad is down to $19.99 on Amazon. The mouse pad normally goes for $30, and today’s drop is a match for the lowest price we’ve seen this year. You’d have to go all the way back to last December to find it going for lower than this, and even then it only dropped to $16.
The large version of the mouse pad is on sale for $15.99 right now, which is a drop from its regular $20 price. So you can save that way, too, if you don’t need a mouse pad as expansive as the extra large.
Has flat surface with stitched edges to resist fraying. The surface is very dense for accurate optical tracking and has a natural rubber underside so it’s anti-slip. Large is also on sale for $16 from $20 if you don’t need the extra large size.
$30.00 $10 off
The HyperX Fury S Pro is one of the best mouse pads around in terms of quality and size. It’s great if you are building a gaming workstation and need a lot of space for quick reflexes. Plus you’ll be able to fit a keyboard on top of it, which can help with stability. The flat surface of the mouse pad resists fraying, too, with the seamless stitched edges. With no fraying and a stable surface, this one purchase will last you a very long time. It’s extremely durable and designed to last.
The densely woven surface allows for super accurate optical tracking, too, so you’ll actually feel the improvement in upgrading your mouse pad just by using your mouse. The underside of the pad has a natural rubber texture that keeps it from slipping and keeps it stable on your desktop even while you’re flicking your mouse around the screen. Need to keep it with you? Just roll the mouse pad up and stick it in your pack. It’s designed to be portable, too.
Need more mouse pad ideas? Check out our roundup of the best mouse pads on Amazon, which includes all sorts of ideas from metal mouse pads to RGB ones. You should be able to find what you’re looking for.
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