ORICO 3mm Mouse Pad – [MPS3025]
Dimension300 x 250 x 3mm
FeatureEasy to Clean
Every ORICO mouse mat is clean and simple, perfect for work, design or game.
Soft and comfortable
Made of 3mm soft rubber, covering every part of your hand, more comfortable.
Smooth fabric structure makes mouse move more quickly.
Natural rubber is nontoxic and soft; laser edge-cutting makes it more durable.
Benefits Mouse Pad
1. Mouse Pads Are More Comfortable
Do you find that your hand is stiff after a full day of using your mouse? If so, it might be that your wrist doesn’t appreciate resting against a hard desk or being at an awkward angle.
A standard mouse pad is great in itself, since it’s much nicer to have your wrist on a soft surface than it is a desk.
However, you can take it one step further and buy an ergonomic mouse pad. These have cushions at the bottom that raise your wrist up to a more natural angle. It means you won’t have to bend to use your mouse, resulting in a more comfortable experience.
2. Mouse Pads Protect Your Desk
Dragging a mouse across the same part of your desk for hours every day is eventually going to wear down the desk.
If you have a quality desk surface, like a thick wood, then you may never encounter this problem. However, the cheaper the desk materials, the more likely it is that your mouse is going to scratch or wear down the top.
Of course, mouse pads aren’t invincible either. After a while, you might notice scuffs on these too, but it’s far easier and cheaper to replace a mouse pad than it is the surface of your desk.
3. Mouse Pads Keep Your Mouse Clean
Over time, your mouse will pick up the dirt on your desk—dust, skin, and all that grub. This is either going to stick itself to your desk, the bottom of your mouse, or both. Whatever the case, it’ll degrade the accuracy of the mouse.
Plus, it’s gross.
Mouse pads can help with this. The pad contains your mouse to a specific area. While that dust and grime isn’t going to magically vanish just because you use a pad, you will be more likely to remember to clean the pad.
It’s really easy to clean a mouse pad too. For most of them you need water, soap, and a bit of elbow grease. Rinse it, then leave to dry for at least 24 hours. Some mouse pads can even be chucked in the washing machine (check your manufacturer’s information before doing so).