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Logitech G440 Hard Gaming Mouse Pad


943-000052(G440) (Logitech / TV Game Accessory)

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Logitech G440 Hard Gaming Mouse Pad

Low surface

Inertia defeated

G440 features ultra low surface friction, offering high DPI
gamers an ideal surface for subtle hand movements and quick mouse gestures. The
polyethylene surface allows the mouse to move even when applying minimal force,
minimizing mistakes from overcompensation when starting or stopping.


surface texture


Heavy patterns and designs can interfere with sensor
performance. G440 features a clean, consistent surface texture. This gives
sensors better imagery for translating mouse movement into cursor movement, an
improvement over inconsistent or dirty table and desk surfaces.


Matched to
Logitech G sensors

Better together

Whether using an optical or laser mouse, G440 can give
gamers access to enhanced sensor accuracy and precision. G440 uses a surface
texture comparable to the optimal testing environment for Logitech G mice.


Stable rubber

A winning foundation

The only thing sliding on G440 is your mouse. A natural
rubber base is firmly bonded to the high-impact polystyrene core, keeping the
rigid surface right on the desk where you put it.



Combined strength

G440 is solidly constructed using three critical layers. The
polypropylene top layer provides the low-friction surface. A high-impact
polystyrene core provides the firm, semi-rigid foundation. And finally, the
rubber base keeps the mouse pad stationary.




Logitech international S.A is a global provider of personal computer peripherals and mobile accessorises. The company was founded in October 2, 1981 in Apples Switzerland by Daniel Borel Pierluigi Zappacosta Giacomo Marini. The company has a worldwide service area with their headquarters located in Lausanne, Switzerland. The company’s website is Their other websites are and The MX Air Mouse, a device which allows a user to use natural gestures to control a PC was produced by Hillcrest Labs Freespace motion control technology licensed by Logitech in 2007. By the year 2008 in December, Logitech announced that it had produced one billion mice since 1985. However in their production of tablet devices, Logitech Company suffered a loss in 2013 but they were able to make profit the following year.