Summary: Mice with lots of programmable side buttons are great - if you can use all of them. First things first. I am a female gamer - and a tiny person. Five feet tall with super small hands. Usually I am straining so hard to reach most of the buttons, I can't focus on the game itself. The Razer Naga Hex is the only mouse with programmable side buttons arranged in such a way that all six are useable without having to lift any part of my hand off the mouse.
Summary: Hardware is acceptable, but requires online access to your cloud Razer account to change button profiles and use the software - a limitation which the logitech g600 does not have. No idea why Razer is going to cloud profile storage over onboard RAM, but its a huge inconvenience.
Summary: I bought this Gaming Mouse in 2014 summer. I started using it on 2nd of October, yesterday on 9th of November this mouse got broken for no reason.. It happened in the middle of the game. If you are thinking that I smashed it, you are wrong.. This mouse is too expensive, to I was using it as much carefully as I could. At first I thought it is drivers problem, so I tried to use it on other computer. It did not work either..
The mouse is fine, the only thing that bothers me is that ...
28 October 2014
Summary: The mouse is fine, the only thing that bothers me is that you have to be aware of where you place your thumb on the side of the mouse. Yes, there is a space in the middle of the buttons to rest your thumb, but it's small and doesn't allow for a "relaxed" grip, my thumb has to be slightly bent to be able to grip the mouse appropriately without accidentally pressing one of the buttons. There is software for the buttons but I haven't messed with it much.
and i absolutely love it. there is no negative things i could ...
Stephen Warden, Amazon
29 September 2014
Summary: Have had this mouse for about a month. and i absolutely love it. there is no negative things i could say about this mouse. its comfortable in the hand. the buttons are nice and easy to reach/click. The only thing i could possible say that i don't like about the mouse is the two buttons above the scroll wheel. I just haven't used them because its a little hard to reach while your in game.
Summary: Bought this as my first gaming mouse and had high hopes for it especially since Razer Nagas have a reputation for being awesome gaming mice.. Instead it was a complete disappointment because it had a bunch of problems and died 2 months later. Problems included: - Camera in game to spin in circles. Can only be resolved by clicking out of the game window. - Camera view to flip up making it very disorientating in game. - Occasionally the cursor will only move horizontally.
Summary: Purchased this mouse in mid Sept. '14 for my hackintosh and had zero troubles installing and using it. Also, I am a much better healer while using this product, which should make many random online denizens happy or at least less angry. I do think the six buttons on the side is about perfect for me, but could understand people wanting more or less depending on the use.
Summary: Really like the mouse's feel, button layout, and look. I do not necessarily like the required software however. I have an older Razer mouse that had the on board memory so no matter where you took it you could use it just by plugging it in. I understand the price savings by taking the onboard memory out on Razer's part but it is frustrating to try and use the newer mouses (that require the synapse 2.0 software) on any system that you are not admin on (ie my work...
I gave this mouse 5 stars shortly after buying it ...
17 September 2014
Summary: I gave this mouse 5 stars shortly after buying it, but I need to change it. It was a 5 star product for about 1 year. That was when it started messing up. My mouse pointer would suddenly start jumping somewhere else on the screen. I ignored it a bit, tried blowing the dust out of the mouse just in case there was any. Then it started double clicking everytime I hit the left mouse button, rather than single clicking.