Say what you will about the silliness of gaming mousepads, but Razer's new Goliathus has a serious selling point: A new textured weave and anti-fraying stitched frame allows you to tear arse without tearing up your mousepad. The smaller pad starts at $US15, and they go up to $US25 for larger surfaces. [Razer]
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