Summary: I have had other mice last for years. It is too bad as I really like this mouse after using right handed mice all these years. But the cost of ownership per year is to high. If this cost $30 I could live with replacing it every 2 years.
Pros: True left hand mouse. Feels good and smooth. Works well with my small hands. Too bad they don't hold up.
Cons: I have purchased 2 of these in 4 years. The first one the wheel broke. The second one the mouse buttons stopped working. @ $80 with shipping that is $40 a year to own a left handed mouse. I feel like I am paying rent to own this mouse.
Summary: I would avoid all of the Razer products, just a bunch of junk with fancy logos and a high price, based on my experience.
Pros: Really is a full sized left handed mouse.
Cons: Build quality is really poor. First the light beneath the snake went out, then tracking started to go, now the scroll wheel is going out. I keep it clean with compressed air and q-tips; but to no avail. I'm so SICK AND TIRED OF JUNK MADE IN CHINA! At $60 this should have been perfect for years. W...
Summary: SHAME. What a horrible product here. People that are happy with their razer devices are either suffering from buyer's remorse denial, or haven't owned any other similarly priced devices. A Logitech or Steelseries mouse for this price will FEEL like it's worth 60-80 bucks.
Pros: Razer. My first and last purchase. No pros. Terrible mouse.
Cons: My trusty Logitech G7 from 2008 was stolen from me. I needed a mouse. I paid this price for my wireless, SOLID and long lasting G7 mouse back then. BLEGH. What a disaster. This is supposed to be considered mid-range? Or is this price point seriously Razer's lowest possible entry level offering? Y...
Summary: I will never buy another product from this manufacture ever again. I have 7 years of professional IT experience and I've never seen anything like this before.
Pros: Any positive attributes this product had were completely over shadowed by the experience of the first 45 mins with the product.
Cons: Installed and the first thing this mouse did was swap my left and right click buttons without my permission. NOT ALL LEFT HANDERS SWITCH THEIR BUTTONS. It the disabled my ability to change them back in Windows control panel, so I guess I have to install the drivers. I install the drivers so I can...
Great mouse but has a limited lifespan. Unacceptable at price
Hold'Em addict "pokerhander", Amazon
10 December 2013
Summary: Lots of good thigns to say about this as a mouse but after daily use over 2.5 years, the left button is now double-clicking. This is a widespread problem and requires ripping the mouse apart to repair. For a mouse that is very much at the top end of the price range, this is pretty poor.
Summary: I bought this mouse again, as my old one was left behind when I was abroad. This time however it simply does not work as it should, or used too. It is impossible to install the Razer Synapse 2.0 software, it crashes everytime I try. It does however install its own drivers to make it operate.
Summary: After installing the drivers in osx I began having issues with the mouse powering off after a few minutes of COD4. I updated the firmware and now it will only register for 10 seconds before becoming completely unresponsive.
Summary: (System: Windows 7, 64 bit new computer) No driver CD with mouse. Per instruction manual, driver to be downloaded from Razer's website. Downloaded driver, created a system restore point and installed. System reboot required. Rebooted and Windows crashed.