Cons: Keys stop working. Left and right clicker switch or stop working all together. Number keys stop working. If you open the mouse to clean it you cant return it. Scroll wheel sucks. Top buttons by the left clicker stop working.
Delivers as Advertised, but Overpriced For What You Get
Matthew M., Newegg
8 December 2011
Summary: In fairness, the Naga Epic is pretty much dead-on what I expected when I placed the order (except the uncomfortable forward/back key placement), so I can only be but so critical. It does exactly what it claims to do, and certainly doesn't want for bells & whistles.
Pros: I'll preface this review by saying I previously owned a wired Naga Molten, so I had a better idea than most what to expect.
Cons: - The forward & back keys are awkwardly positioned directly beneath the scroll-wheel; on my Naga Molten, they were (still are?) on the left side above the thumb pad, adjacent the left-click button, which I found a much more natural position.
Summary: I am only rating this a 3 because of how difficult it was to setup and get started. If they could fix this and get drivers working to where it would stop reading this thing as a keyboard I could give it 5 stars easily. If this keeps happening though it will get very annoying having to run the firmware updater as it takes several minutes to complete and in the middle of a gaming session that is forever.
Pros: Easy to program once it was set up and working. Loving the extra buttons I never knew I needed. Now I can't live without them. Wireless function is working great even for fast games like Starcraft 2.
Cons: Difficult to set up at first. Computer wanted to recognize it as a keyboard not a mouse. So it would move and not let me click on things. Also computer took forever to start up with the mouse plugged in. I timed it and it took 3 minutes and 32 seconds to start up. My normal time is less than a minute.