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    When I think of In-Win the first thing that pops into my mind are PC cases and power supplies, not mouse pads. That will all change in today's review. We will be looking into In-Win's newest edition to their line-up, the Rocker Mat. The mat itself is made from an all aluminum design, with a large surface area of 9" x 12" covered by In-Win's new nano coating. The Rocker Mat sample we received is orange, but if orange is not your color don't worry, the Rocker Mat comes in a variety of 6 colors; blue, purple, red, yellow, pink and orange. In-Win's Rocker Mat comes with a $39.99 price tag. Will this Mat be worthy of the price? We will find out later in our review.



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    Good review James ! I have a couple of questions, so when you have a chance email me.

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    Do you mean 9''x12''?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    Good review James ! I have a couple of questions, so when you have a chance email me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by killjoyjim View Post
    Do you mean 9''x12''?
    Yeah I'll fix that,thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by killjoyjim View Post
    Do you mean 9''x12''?
    Nope. He said mat and he meant it. A big ass play mat! JK! lol

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    Great review thanks for posting

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    Thanks guys!
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    Nope. He said mat and he meant it. A big ass play mat! JK! lol

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    Great review btw!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    Great review btw!
    Thanks!!Good Job to you as well my friend!!

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    Yes nice review.

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    Thanks Jim!

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    Good review James... seems like a little interesting piece of accessory

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    Good review James... seems like a little interesting piece of accessory
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    Default Re: In-Win Rocker Mat

    good review but $39.99 for that seems a bit much. The Xtrac pads are cheaper and bigger.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TeeBlack View Post
    good review but $39.99 for that seems a bit much. The Xtrac pads are cheaper and bigger.
    Thanks Tee! The price is steep,but it really is a great mat! Ive never seen them before(Just Googled),but like i said ive never really seen a reason for one lol.

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    Default Re: In-Win Rocker Mat

    How about a black or dark blue...

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