Rude's Fierce Teflon & Steel Mousepad Can Handle Oven Temperatures

Gaming mouse pads have been around for years. Companies producing them have arrived and departed, and styles have come and gone, but there's no question that the demand for specialized gaming pads remains. The next company trying to get in on the action is Rude Gameware, which has just introduced one of the wildest, most rugged gaming mouse pads that we have ever seen.

Unlike a lot of the slick surfaces that are out there promising increased accuracy for snipers, the Fierce Teflon & Steel Mouse Surface actually uses the famed DuPont Teflon technology in order to make this particular pad resistant to all sorts of issues. Rude claims that this new pad offers the smoothest mousing surface ever, not to mention that it's completely scratch resistant and uses a durable, steel base. It's also super easy to clean thanks to the Teflon surface.

And based on this image, you can even toss your new pad in the oven without any real negative consequences. That's pretty wild, and might just be worth the $29.95 alone.
Via:  Rude Gameware
AKwyn 4 years ago

I've heard of heatsinks that could cook eggs but a mousepad? Man, I ain't seen nothing yet until we can use our computers as a microwave-like device.

Chainzsaw 4 years ago

Wow, that is pretty bad. In a good way! I might just pick one up. Although a little large for a mouse pad.

Nethersprite 4 years ago

One word: WHY?

AKwyn 4 years ago

Nethersprtie: to prove that anything gaming product made with metal can cook!

Chainzsaw 4 years ago


Well this would be the last mousepad you could ever own, and if you go camping it doubles as a grill.

Not to mention it will make the envrionmentalists happy. Another thing too - you could put it under your shirt and use it as a bullet-resistent shield, or make it look like you have steel abs..

inspector 4 years ago

LOL Taylor, we need some cooking mouse and key boards to match it next...

Chain, i think bullets will shot through it :D

But i need a new mouse pad now anyways... i might order this :D

Nethersprite 4 years ago

Well, if it's Teflon coated, anything other than a direct hit will be redirected to the side. It's the same principle that lets people coat bullets with Teflon, for extra penetration so the bullet slides through more easily. Since Teflon is 400 times more slippery than ice, a bullet that hits this at an angle will just slide past.

infinityzen 4 years ago

WTF are you talking about Nethersprite? Seriously, tungsten carbonate penetrator rounds use a Teflon coating because it helps keep the rifling from getting stripped out of the barrel. The Teflon coating has zero effect on how effective the round is at penetrating, especially since it is really torn up after firing.

I hate it when people push urban legends like this and the “can’t shoot .50 cal rounds at people” one. Seriously, just do a minute or two of research.

animatortom 4 years ago

SO when the EMP's knock out our computers, we should start using them as cookware?

ClemSnide 4 years ago


>Since Teflon is 400 times more slippery than ice

Finally! A reason to replace the block of ice that I've been using as a mouse pad! Have to admit, it's not doing so well in the summer heat.

I guess the famously slippery surface implies the mouse will glide effortlessly over the pad, and also (for the Adrian Monk types) it can be wiped clean with merely a bleach wipe. I'm still not likely to spend more than a buck on a mouse pad, though.

But what's the deal with those three suppositories in the last picture?

johnnyfoofee 4 years ago

i just got this pad-its small and even with the mouse tape they provide it still sucks-very bad movement for g500 mouse.

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