HP Omen 100: Pretty happy with it so far
By - danielrosehill
36 x 30cm mousepad.
This is actually the first mousepad that I've ever *deliberately* picked out. As in done a bit of research into.
My previous mousepad was a cheap thing that I picked up on Aliexpres (25 x 22 cm). Have a few deskpads from that site too but still haven't gotten around to trying them out.
So it feels *big.* But my table and workstation is generously sized. So I think it will just be a case of me needing a bit of time to get used to that much extra fabric (I was continuously overrunning the old mousepad).
Other than that, I don't know what to say about it. The surface feels great. I'm using it just for office work (a lot of writing) so can't comment on any high end gaming performance.
For about $15 I feel like it was a solid purchase.
what mouse is that?
Rapoo N1050. Super basic but gets the job done. I've spent so long improving my computer (as in the hardware) that I've kind of neglected to ever look into peripherals beyond keyboards. Finding a decent wired mouse is next up on my list!
razer viper mini / mm710 (you have to use some tape for the ghetto wobble fix).
if you want to go wireless then a gpro wireless or viper ultimate (I personally like the ultimate more).
razer viper mini would be so good if the mouse had a good sensor
the only issue is the 2mm lod (which you can fix with the tape trick) and that is just a preference thing. the 3359 is a top tier sensor.
>razer viper mini / mm710
Thanks a lot. Definitely *don't* want to go wireless. Used wireless peripherals for a while and honestly I just like wired better (I've also gone back to non-Bluetooth headphones). Wireless tech is great but I love the fact that wired stuff "just works" without having to worry about charging / replacing batteries.
If your wireless mouse was bluetooth, its the reason why it was bad. Wireless nowadays feels as good as wired in terms of latency as long as its not bluetooth. If you have the money for a good wireless mouse, go ahead.
Hey man what’s ur monitor mount ? I’m looking for one ! Ty if u respond
According to my order history, [it's this](https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01A02QFV0/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1).
However, I have another triple mount and honestly it's just as good.
Also: if I had know I was going to be spending so much time working here I would have invested in something a little nicer (bought it when this workstation was for a side hustle, now it's my full time income and I'm like ... always working here haha).
[Something with gas springs like this](https://www.amazon.com/MOUNTUP-Triple-Monitor-Stand-Mount/dp/B07Z7ZWC6S/ref=sr_1_4?dchild=1&keywords=triple+monitor+mount&qid=1634616523&refresh=1&sr=8-4) is only a little more expensive, for example.
ahh ok ! ty i found [this monitor arm](https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B08HD5Z86F/ref=ewc_pr_img_2?smid=A1OE7O9RCATVIQ&psc=1) which is on the cheaper side but it doesn't look but bad I just need to look into reviews before hand. I've never had a monitor arm and always used the original monitors stands .
Didn't even know this mousepad existed and I've been on this sub for a while
My purchasing considerations were pretty simple: I wanted something without a logo or other artwork on the mousepad. Find those very distracting. Once I removed this from consideration, I was left with basically two options from local tech store. This one is made by HP so I figured it had to be at least workable. So far, I like it! (ETA: There is a logo on the top right hand corner of this pad, but it's so hard to see that it may as well not be there)
the best mousepad review :)