Razer on Thursday introduced its new Scarab mouse mat, the followup act to the Destructor. And you know what? This sequel doesn't suck, according to Razer, which said as much in so many words.
"Most of the time, sequels to great movies suck," Razer explains. "Normally, sequels to great books suck. Sometimes, sequels to great games suck. But what doesn't ever suck are sequels to Razer products. They just keep getting better."
Whether or not the price tag sucks, we'll let you be the judge. The Scarab runs $40, which isn't the most expensive mouse mat Razer offers. That investment buys you a mousepad with a Razer Fractal 2.0 surface coated in light gray providing a "highly responsive and uniform tracking system perfect for optical and laser mice sensors." The Scarab also sports an improved rubber base for greater stability and plenty of room (350mm x 250mm) for your mouse to roam around on.