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Old 16th December 2014, 10:21   #1
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Default XtracGear Carbonic Surface Review

XTracGear, who you may know as XTracPads, started making precision mouse surfaces for gamers since the brand was created in 1999. The now more familiar XTracGear was created in 2003 when PCXmods.com was started and XTracPads brand went worldwide.

XTracGear look like they are a company who are genuinely interested in mouse mats aimed at the gamer. Today we are looking at the XtracGear Carbonic.

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