Razer Gigantus V2 Review

Mouse pads, they’re pretty essential things for using a computer. But did you know that different mouse pads actually offer different features and feelings depending on what you are doing? In this review, I’m taking a look at Razer’s latest mouse pad. The Razer Gigantus V2.

Big thanks to Razer for sending this out for review!

What’s in the Box?

Razer Gigantus V2 Box

The box for the Gigantus V2 is a very standard looking Razer box. It has the product name and images as well as a little cutout so that you can feel the mouse pad material if you were to buy this from a retail shop.

In the box you get the mouse pad itself and some basic documentation.

Razer Gigantus V2 Design and Features

Razer Gigantus V2 close up

Compared to older Razer mouse pads. This one is by far my favorite in terms of looks. In the past, most of them had a massive green Razer logo over the whole mouse pad. Don’t get me wrong, it’s good to show off your brand but the minimalist design that Razer went with for the Gigantus V2 works really well. There is still the Razer logo on the mouse pad, but it’s neatly tucked away at the top corner. There is also a green accent all around the edge of the mouse pad.

Razer Gigantus V2 box and mousepad

The mouse pad is made up of a thick, high-density rubber foam backing, topped with a textured micro-weave cloth surface for accurate, reliable mouse tracking. 

Razer Gigantus V2 Features

  • Micro-Weave Texture
  • Minimalist Design
  • Green Accents
  • Superb Tracking

One cool thing that you can do with the Gigantus V2 is have it customized with whatever you want. It doesn’t cost much and you can do something simple like put your gamertag on the mousepad or do a full custom print. The choices are endless!

Specs

Razer Gigantus V2 Performance

The tracking on the Gigantus V2 is really good. I play on a high DPI so reliable tracking is a must so that I can hit my shots and not look like a complete noob. I really enjoyed using the Gigantus V2, it’s really smooth but also not too slippery.

Pricing

The Razer Gigantus V2 starts at only $20 on Mwave and goes up to $92 for the 3XL. Really good value for a mouse pad like this!

Conclusion

The Razer Gigantus V2 is a really good value mouse pad. It offers great tracking and superb reliability. It’s price tag is really good and it even offers complete customization for true gamers!

Available from Mwave

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Disclosure: The Razer Gigantus V2 review sample was supplied for reviewing but all opinions are of my own and not paid.

  1. Is Gigantus V2 a good mousepad?

    The Razer Gigantus V2 is a really good value mouse pad. It offers great tracking and superb reliability. It’s price tag is really good and it even offers complete customization for true gamers!

Caleb Terawskyj
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Cleb's Tech is a technology-focused blog, owned and operated by me, Caleb! I am currently doing a degree in IT, Working on my CCNA, and also working full-time at Telstra. I started Cleb's Tech at the late end of 2017 and initially, it was a blog all about making electronics and DIYing, but soon had a change in style when I had some reviews come my way. And ever since, Cleb's Tech has always been about bringing you the latest coverage on new tech & gadgets and honest reviews. While it has been around since 2017, There was a lapse during 2021 where I had to deal with some family issues causing me to abandon Cleb's Tech basically. And as of August 2022, it is being rebuilt from the ground up! So you may see a change in writing style, content, etc. If you want to connect with me personally, send an email or head over to my LinkedIn page!

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Razer Gigantus V2 Review Mouse pads, they’re pretty essential things for using a computer. But did you know that different mouse pads actually offer different features and feelings depending on what you are doing? In this review, I’m taking a look at Razer’s latest mouse pad. The Razer...