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Razer's Gigantus V2 brings desk-size mouse mats to the masses

Gigantus V2 Stuidoshot
Gigantus V2 Stuidoshot (Image credit: Razer)

What you need to know

  • Razer Gigantus V2 are pro-gaming mouse pads.
  • Gigantus V2 comes in four sizes.
  • Users can customize the design on Razer's website.
  • Gigantus is now available.

Razer today is announcing its refreshed Gigantus V2 mouse mats for gamers that span from standard size to ridiculously colossal. Besides having four new dimensions and an "upgraded surface with a higher thread count weave," Razer also adds the ability for custom printed versions.

The Gigantus is what it sounds like high-quality, but rather large, mouse mats aimed at gamers. Of course, not all the mats are comically larger, as the medium is a standard 360 x 275 x 3mm, which fits any desk. The mats are all-black finished with just a small-printed Razer logo in the upper right-hand corner. The reverse side is the typical Razer green, which also flows to the edge giving a subtle contrast.

Razer Gigantus V2

SizePriceCustom graphics
M (360 x 275 x 3mm)$9.99 USD$19.99 USD
L (450 x 400 x 3mm)$14.99 USD$24.99 USD
XXL (940 x 410 x 4mm)$29.99 USD$39.99 USD
3XL (1,200 x 550 x 4mm)$49.99 USDN/A

That XXL and 3XL though are a whole other league with the latter literally taking up a full-sized desk. In the picture below, you can see half of the 3XL, which is supporting a Surface Book 3 15-inch, Nikon D750, Xbox One controller, and a Razer mouse.

And for $10 extra, users can either buy a Gigantus with a licensed image e.g., Blizzard, Microsoft, and other triple-A game publishers, or make their own with texts, colors, patterns, and icons of their choice. Such an option is not available on the 3XL Gigantus V2, but it is an option for the other three sizes.

Pricing for Gigantus V2 starts at just $10 (€11.99) for the small matt, while the 3XL version that covers your entire desk will set you back $50 (€59.99).

Orders start today (May 26) from Razer.com (opens in new tab) and authorized resellers. The custom versions can be created at Razer.com (opens in new tab) and are only for the US and Europe.

Daniel Rubino
Daniel Rubino

Daniel Rubino is the Executive Editor of Windows Central, head reviewer, podcast co-host, and analyst. He has been covering Microsoft here since 2007, back when this site was called WMExperts (and later Windows Phone Central). His interests include Windows, Microsoft Surface, laptops, next-gen computing, and arguing with people on the internet.