So that we can gauge whether the QPAD CT LE KODE5 is a decent pad, I will be putting it through its paces and seeing how it performs in its intended surroundings gaming. As with all reviews in the mouse pad genre, the testing phase can be quite opinionated. I will be commenting on its performance solely how well it works. The design, styling and visuals are down to personal preference. So to test the CT LE KODE5 I will be using it whilst playing 30 minutes 3 different genre of game. First-person shooter, 3rd person action adventure and real-time strategy. The games of choice are:
Prince of Persia
War Hammer 40,000: Dawn of War II
After playing each title for the allotted time, I was left with a very high opinion of the CT LE KODE5. My Logitech MX-518 had no problem tracking whatsoever and the glide actions felt extremely smooth. I decided to test in 3 different genres as the movements in each are completely different. I must say that there were no problems experienced in any of the above games, no pad movement at all. Compared to playing with a pad, the CT LE KODE5 improves gameplay significant; I really like the Hybratek surface and its obvious that this material enhances accuracy.