Cons: It's built so cheaply. I was happy with it, until the notches surrounding the laser started to collect hair, constantly pulling hair out of them. The laser is horrible, it won't recognize my mouse surface half the time. I'm guessing it has something to do with the poor quality of materials used. ...
Summary: When I was looking for a mmo mouse some of my online friends where raving over this mouse. Now that I have it, I feel underwhelmed by it. Don't get me wrong, it performs fine for what it does. Just that there is MUCH better out there around this price point.
Pros: Lots of buttons, Fits MY hand good, Synapase
Cons: Laser sensor, poor button layout, green led's, Synapae
Summary: Razer is great but they need to get this kind of thing fixed. No one wants to spend $130 on a wireless mouse that barely works. I ended up returning this and ordering the Wired version.
Pros: colors? I guess haha. Extremely comfy (the wired version is the same feel)
Cons: Okay wow let me start off by saying don't get this mouse just get the wired version it's the same thing only $70 cheaper. This mouse had such bad latency and got so laggy when used with wireless mode on. Everyone said oh they work better wired (why would I buy a $130 wireless mouse if it needs to...
Summary: Newegg took forever to get it here as seems the norm with them nowadays. What happened, you used to be cool.
Pros: Just opened the box. Razer provides perks if you post a review of the mouse when you register. Seeing as how I am just registering, I haven't used the mouse yet. It looks nice, but I can't in good conscience leave them a good review when they pushed for me to leave a review, for perks.
Cons: I bought the fancy extended warranty because I read these mice are amazing but no so durable.
Summary: I like this mouse. I find it easy to use the 6 thumb buttons and I like the way it feels in my hand. It's more of a claw mouse than a palm but I feel like I have good control over it. The reason I deducted three stars is simple. This mouse started breaking down after 5 months of heavy use.
Summary: Would be nice if the mouse was slightly larger and heavier.
Pros: Side keys have solid feel and feedback.
Cons: After roughly a year the scroll wheel now randomly scrolls multiple lines, a random direction or occasionally doesn't scroll at all. The mouse also has missed inputs randomly for most of it's functional life.
Summary: I really wish it didnt do this. And looking at the forums im not the only one with this specific problem. Maybe its a factory defect i dunno.
Pros: -It feels good in the hand -side buttons are legit -bla bla whatever
Cons: This is the 5th time i've had to delete the drivers and reinstall them. The mouse keeps freezing for about 5-10 seconds. When I reinstall drivers it seems to fix it for about 2 months then it comes back. I dunno what the problem is. A mous should just work. I dont see why I have to get all crazy ...
Summary: This is by no means an issue or complaint towards NewEgg, and more a review directed towards the Razer Naga specifically.
Pros: The precision of a Razer mouse is unparalleled by any competition, most hardcore gamers will agree. The utility of the extra buttons grants an extra edge by adding more key binds to your arsenal.
Cons: This is my third Razer Naga, and none of them have made it to the one-year mark without the sensor getting faulty. They have all had the exact same issue - the mouse literally stops picking up on movements, first infrequently with a shortening interval between these frustrating occurrences. If yo...
Summary: Wish I could send get a refund. If it was on display in store, I could have tried it first, then select another mouse.
Pros: It's more sensitive than my old mouse. Pretty smooth and surprised me.
Cons: The major problem is with the clumsy made for Claw grip form. Half of my palm is in the air. And the weight is all distributed on my fingers. Which is problematic. I have a hard time pressing the small buttons the left side because I am constantly trying to steer the Naga with my fingers. So this...
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.