Failed after 4 months, terrible recovery experience
Zack M., Newegg
21 May 2015
Pros: I purchased this mouse because the button layout was great for a few of the games that I play. While the mouse was working, it performed well.
Cons: However, this product has caused me undue headaches and my customer service experience with Razer left a very bad taste in my mouth. Problem 1 -- Power Surge Flaw: After about 4 months, I started to receive a "power surge on USB hub" error whenever I tried to plug the mouse into my laptop. The mo...
It finally broke down so I bought another expecting top quality like the first but it was slightly different in design ...
Penny Holt, Amazon
17 May 2015
Summary: Whatever you do don't bother with this product I bought one years ago and it worked perfectly and lasted damn near forever. It finally broke down so I bought another expecting top quality like the first but it was slightly different in design and after about 4 months of use the right and left click...
Cons: Curser jumps in random directions fairly often. Stops working. A lot. Wired or wireless. Garbage company refuses to provide any kind of actual support and just emails you back with generic 'DID U INSTALL DRYVER?' Will never buy a product from this company again. Over priced made in china garbage ...
Summary: Overall, I'm glad I returned it. - I was not happy with the ultra small buttons.. While I know it's an MMO Mouse.. They should have included toward the front a few larger buttons, and they should also add a ring finger button .. Other mouse designs are ahead of Razer ...
Pros: Solid mouse, when it works. Simple to setup, works well with my Mac.
Cons: Failed after a week. Newegg accepted a return. Would work for an hour then just 'die'.. Would turn off then on, would indicate still had anywhere from 40-80% charge..
Almost perfect, but one terrible (and on-going) deal-breaking flaw...
Matthew H., Newegg
6 December 2014
Summary: Purchased the Epic Chroma from Razerzone since most other places haven't received their shipments yet. The Razer Naga Epic Chroma was my first Razer mouse. Been using Logitech most of my life.
Pros: - Feels great in the hand. Feels a little lighter than the G600. - Love the tactile feedback of the buttons compared to the G600. - Love the long 20-hour battery life, and that it can be either wired or wireless. Also like the included charging dock as well. The G600 is only wired (sad face).
Cons: - The Naga Epic Chroma doesn't have a "G-Shift" button for accessing a second set of programmed buttons like the G600. Meaning that while holding down the G-Shift button, all other buttons can be programmed for a second task. Meaning the 12 buttons on the side can be turned into a 24-button keypa...
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 worked great for a few months them problems started
26 September 2014
Summary: This worked great for a few months them problems started. It was like it had a mind of its own or possessed. I tried everything to make this work....checked for drivers ...software...conflicts... different usb ports etc.
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.