Usage & Conclusion
Now to test out the Tt eSports Draconem mouse pad. As always we will test out the mouse pad with a few different mice and also the 2 different sides of the mouse pad. The mice I will be using for testing are the Roccat Kone XTD and Thermaltake Tt eSports Volos. I mostly use the Volos when I am playing games like Smite, League of Legends and Heroes of The Storm, The Tt eSports Volos worked wonderful on the control side of the Draconem and when you move to the speed side of the mouse pad the Volos would seem to be too jerky at a high dpi but at lower dpi it would work. To me the speed side of the Draconem wasn’t idle for my playstyle as the control side seemed to be perfect for my playstyle while using the Tt eSports Volos.
Let’s try out some FPS based games on the Draconem with the Roccat Kone XTD mouse, we are starting with the control side. While playing on the control side the Draconem was nice and smooth glide with a little resistance but that is fine since I was able to have more control when take those nice and long and accurate shots. The speed side was also pretty great for some twitch shooting while playing Gungame in CS:GO and also while flying in Battlefield 4.
Some of the other great things about the Draconem is the bungee, it seems to stay attached to the keyboard pretty well. The 4 corner rubber stoppers also seem to keep the Draconem firmly on the desk without sliding around. I am going to be using the Draconem from now on in my home office and on the road. All around a pretty great mouse pad.
Currently you can find Tt eSports Draconem for around $36 on my favorite online retailer. We here at Thinkcomputers give the Tt eSports Draconem mouse pad a 9 out of 10 score.
– Dual sided
– Mouse Bungee
– Great for Travel
– Stoppers fall off when moving