Terrible Overall Quality in Both Hardware and Software
Marilyn A., Newegg
10 October 2015
Summary: I got this mouse completely for free from a friend of mine whom had returned their previous 2 after their hardware either didnt work at all on arrival, or had components fail within only 4 months of purchase.
Pros: Decent range of DPI options and further customization, the 12 button num-pad can be pretty useful, functions pretty well given the software and hardware don't have any of the commonplace malfunctions
Cons: Both Software and Hardware are hit or miss on if they sustain functionality for a long usage period, with disconnect issues being extremely common. (Had issues with the software forgetting my preset DPI's, dropping out the cursor and clicking ability on reconnection, and outright inability to tur...
Summary: I purchased this and another Razer mouse (Standard Naga) and both, within six months of arrival, have started to fail. I tried to contact Razer, but it could only be replaced instead of refunded after so long.
Summary: I really wanted to like this mouse but it has caused me so much trouble i cant stand it.
Pros: Its fits nice in the hand and is pretty customizable.
Cons: Razer Synapse, i like the idea but i have had so many problems with software, crashed my computer, cant switch between wired and wireless mode with ought a hassle. Drivers crash constantly, its almost like a virus bad.
Summary: As I configure software systems for a living, I generally don't have problems installing something like a mouse. But the Razer Naga Epic is so buggy, so difficult to find the right drivers/firmware for, and exhibits the most bizarre erratic behavior, I am wondering why on earth so many people gave...
Pros: Comfortable mouse, variety of colors, cool looking
Cons: Razer Synapse is horrible. You are forced to create a Razer profile and connect to the internet to change any settings on your mouse. Not only that, but there's no freakin apply button. You just have to sit and wait or totally disconnect and reconnect your mouse any time you want to change anythi...
Summary: I liked the hardware, but the software (Synapse 2.0) was such a pain to use that I've uninstalled it and thrown the mouse in my unused peripherals drawer. The software is just a pain to use. It slows down my computer (much faster now that its gone!
Summary: Absolutely horrible. I paid $80 for a good mouse only to be punched in the face by Razer and their internet registration/login requirement. Yes I know about offline mode, that should be the default. I should not have to create an account or log in to anything to have full function of my mouse.
Summary: I use this on Mac. The required cloud software is unacceptable, for reasons I see people complaining about as far back as 2012. 1. The mouse has no horizontal scrolling without installing their Sypase 2.0 software. Every other mouse I own scrolls in all 4 directions using standard signals.
Summary: I miss my Logitech G9 mouse. A bit limited on a mass of buttons but I used it for over 3 years without a single issue.
Pros: While it works its incredible!!!
Cons: It doesn't work very long!!! They die very quickly. Trouble started in about 3 months. (I never used the wireless functionality) First you will start having poor tracking. Then, the mouse will loose all x,y movement, then the eye will die. I returned it to the store three times, then they told me...
Cons: You would think for the price these things would be able to last more than a year. After about 10 months the right click stopped registering. It's basically useless for gaming now. Very upset with this product. Going back to Logitech.