Mouse Pads get dirty dusty and greasy during long-term use. We can clean them and use them longer just like keyboards and mice. A dusty, dirty mouse pad can affect tracking and cause your mouse to not slide across the surface. Rubber and Plastic Mousepad Rubber and plastic coated mouse pads are the easiest to clean mouse pads. All you have to do is clean the surface with a wet wipe. If the stains on the surface are not removed, you can also use a small amount of dish soap. Fabric or Cloth Mousepad What you need: Mild dish soap, Cleaning brush, Towel. Put the mouse pad in the tub of water. Drop a small amount of dish soap and scrub with a brush to remove stains. After finishing the cleaning process, dry the cloth part thoroughly with a towel. It will be ready for use in a few hours, depending on weather conditions. Note: This cleaning method is for mousepads without RGB/cables. Mouse pad lifespan: Mouse pads wear out due to friction and naturally deteriorate over time. Imagine a tire for motorsports The mouse pad's sliding surface in e-Sports is under the same tough use conditions as these. Its wear and tear is inevitable and natural. In car races, tires are changed more than once in a race.
DPI is the standard for measuring mouse sensitivity, expressed (linear dots per inch), at which a device can detect. By changing the DPI, you can instantly adjust the pointer speed for sensitive tasks like aiming for gaming or photo editing. The larger it is, the higher the mouse sensitivity and the speed of the pointer. Some mouse models include dedicated buttons (DPI handheld buttons) that you can use to adjust mouse sensitivity (DPI) on the fly. Change mouse sensitivity (DPI) settings: If your mouse has an on DPI button, press one of the open DPI buttons to create new settings for each DPI button. For Zowie mice: 400 DPI: Red 800 DPI: Pink 1600 DPI: Blue 3200 DPI: Green If your mouse does not have a button, you can adjust the DPI by installing the software.