Conclusion: The Razer Anansi is designed to go hand in hand (ignore the pun) with the Naga mice. You’ll notice that on either edge of the keyboard there are shiny, slightly bulging curves that are similar to the one found on the Razer Naga mice. Unlike the Naga mice however, which has that extra sculpture to rest your fingers on, the sides of the Anansi are just for aesthetic appeal.
Summary: Makes sense in theory, but hitting the top five (smaller) modifiers along with a number key, single-handedly, while playing a game is very challenging. Moreover, for an MMO, we really would have preferred a larger selection of dedicated macro keys, such as the 12 keys found on the Logitech G11 or G19. The Anansi has a thin profile but is long enough (including two seemingly unnecessary wings) that it could accommodate a few more keys.