Razer Goliathus is one of our favorite mice, but the company did its best for the latest iteration. The name You can guess from Goliathus Chroma. Razer is not firstly introduced to a mouse pad with Chroma but also working on RGB lighting. Razer’s claim is the cheapest one.
Razer Juliathos turns off the lights. Razer Firefly has been putting Chroma on mice for a few years now, but it’s expensive and complicated, though you can get one with a fabric finish now. I wouldn’t say I loved portable mice, and for the past few years, I’ve continued working on Gallotos. I turned off some lights I naturally became excited. Views add ten frames per second to PC games.
The Razer Goliathus Chroma Mouse Pad has an effortless design. Approximately 10 x 14 inches in size, it features a Razer Chroma light tube that wraps around the outer edge of the mouse pad. The corners are rounded, making sense for the lighting machine, and the connector for the USB cable/mouse cable is located on the top-left edge. The glossy black Razer plate is barely visible on the matte black side of the mouse cable socket. The mouse pad itself is a piece of fabric with an infinitely flat surface for speed and control on the top, and a non-slip rubber base on the bottom.
The bottom is non-slip rubber, and the surface is precisely decorated. It designed to balance speed and control.
Compared to the current Goliathus with a hard surface, it is softer, but if your hand is vertical, you can feel the smallest resistance.
The edges stitched with a Chroma light strip. It is controlled in the upper left corner by a unit, along with a USB cable coming out of your computer.
The cable clamp is located behind the blade to move it to the right. From there, the Razer Synapse app finishes syncing your lights.
Although not much is said about the design of a soft mouse pad, the stitching provides a great pattern when twisted on it. My main issue with the mouse pad, however, is the USB cable/mouse cable capture method. I tried the mouse pad with many different mice, and there were many where the mouse cable seemed to work.
It’s only 3/4 sincere, but half of that interferes with the mouse pad, and when I was using the top left mouse, I found that I had enough with the cable from the mouse, which left little resistance in the mouse itself.
It’s not a big deal, but it was certainly noticeable and can be entirely removed by moving the cable connector/cable holder to the left edge of the mouse pad close to the top. However, an expanded version of the mouse pad is coming soon, placed under the keyboard and mouse, and set as lovely in this case.
The Razer Goliathus Chroma Mouse Pad is easy to use, plug it into an available USB 3.0 port on your PC, install Razer Synapse 3 (beta), then go.
Like Chroma, on other devices, you can easily sync it, but Synapse allows you to automatically calibrate your Razer mouse into a portable mouse.
Goliathus Chroma is not yet added as a pre-installed option, but I am using the Firefly Cloth version, and it seems to be working correctly. I think Razer will leave him soon.
It is excellent for the Chroma family. It is an elevated area as you would expect from the Gelatos. It is an excellent product. But one thing I am not very happy about.
If the mouse cable is not raised above the Chroma bar, it will be rubbed, and if it is a braided cable as in Death adder Elite, you will hear the rubbing sound, and you will feel a little resistance. I use the mouse’s elastic to raise it a lot, but that is something to consider.
Razer says the Razer Goliathus Chroma Mouse Pad is balanced in terms of control and speed. During the gameplay that was primarily tested with Heroes of the Storm, the performance was as fast as other soft mousepads I’ve used before.
As mentioned in the Design section, the position of the USB / mouse cable holder sometimes occurred. Again, nothing big but a small inconvenience, especially when you’re in the middle of a game.
Razer Goliathus Chroma is the best gaming Mouse Pad is in the size class of Razer Mid-Size Mouse Pad. With an MSRP of $ 39.99, that’s twice the price too. Other Razer mazes have speed or control surfaces, and Goliathus Chroma is the balance between the two. While it’s fun to set up everything and match or interact with RGB lighting, it’s a little expensive. Again, you put a lighting strip and a power component on the board.