The Dimora by Feenix is a rigid mouse pad, measuring about 14”x11”, its actually pretty large. The hard plastic surface confused me at first, as it seemed to scrape against some mice I tested it with, even Feenix’s own Nascita. After testing the Dimora out with the Nascita a little more extensively, the scraping disappeared. Somehow it went from horribly scratchy to amazing glide and hasn’t gone back. Once it is broken in a bit, the Dimora compares to other mouse pads in its price range pretty well. The question comes down to if you want a rigid, hard or soft pad. Rigid / Hard pads offer more stability, especially on uneven surfaces, while soft pads offer more portability and comfort. If you are in the market for a rigid mouse pad, the Dimora is definitely a good option. Personally, I prefer soft pads to hard or rigid pads and will be sticking with my QcK for the time being.
Price at time of review: $20
Review sample provided by the manufacturer.
Build Quality - 9
Value - 8.5
If you are in the market for a rigid mouse pad, the Dimora is definitely a good option.
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