Excerpt: Though the rotating color schematics of the mouse seemed really cool from the start- in the end I have set the entirety of the mouse to the default blue. In the end, I’m essentially paid an additional $100 for a Razer Naga (original). The gimmicks of the Razer Naga Epic are nothing but useless in reality.
Pros: The mouse has 12 buttons which make it very good for video games and obviously mmo's. This mouse also has the option for wired or wireless with a nice dock to go with it. I also think it is nice that with the software the colors on it can change depending on how you want it.
Cons: The razor software that accompanies this mouse is by far the worst software that i have ever had to deal with. Before it was uninstalled on my computer and I tried using it, it would only work about 10% of the time. The software would freeze after clicking one button, and then i would be required to start task manager to fix it. As far as the mouse itself, I have had the mouse for a few months and it has given me trouble multiple times with switching to wired/wireless...
Pros: Macro's, keybinds, button placement...in other words the entire concept is a great idea just make one that works properly.
Cons: Buttons not working, macros malfunctioning, software suite that will flare up whenever it wants and force a system shutdown, fragile physique, physical button sensitivity, responsiveness, as inaccurate as the Iraqi navy.