The Gadget: Razer's ultrathin Sphex mousepad is sufficiently neat: It's more like a sheet of rugged paper that's sticky on one side and a solid, plasticky, mousing surface on the other.
The Verdict: Somewhat slippery compared to cloth, your mouse movements are going to feel a little too fast until you get used to it (which is the case with all plastic pads). It's in a "widescreen" format, and a little smaller overall than most mousepads. But overall, surprisingly good, and worth $15 if you need to take a mousepad everywhere 'cause you don't want swine flu on the bottom of your mouse.
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Wide format might take some getting used to