Summary: Dont like it because it is a cheap build, not like the Taipan. Taipan has sensors to calibrate the tracking and feels better. Naga Hex has the shiny surface, believe me it looks great but when you play it slips and I feel it gets warm after time. I bought it with SteelSeries 4HD Pro Gaming Mouse when I put it on the surface bottom corner right was touching the mouse pad. It felt off and the noise was irritating.
Summary: When I reached out to newegg for warranty they threw me to the manufacturers. This is the first purchase I've made with newegg in years. considering I cannot name the competition and their more consumer friendly return policy, its safe to say that I won't be doing business or recommending others to shop here.
Pros: mechanical buttons feel nice, however given the cons i've experienced it doesn't amount to much
Cons: 1 - Mousewheel malfunctioned under standard conditions iwthin 2 months. Rolling mousewheel up or down will result in both functions activating, resulting in extremely jitterly scrolling. If you use your mousewheel for gaming this will be a deal breaker. 2 - There are 2 buttons underneath the mousewheel which are completely awkward use and practically impossible to reach for adults using the mouse
Summary: - The software isn't great or convenient in any way, but is usable. - I'm pretty disappointed in Razer over this mouse. I bought the 2014 edition because I thought it would really just be the old version slightly updated with mechanical buttons, but that's not what they released. It's a completely different mouse with a completely different feel. Unfortunately, I wish I could return this product for a refund and just buy a new old style Naga.
Pros: - Left and right buttons work better than on the old versions. - The buttons placed in the middle below the scroll wheel are easier to reach and use compared to the old version. - Haven't gotten the issue where when you click once it double clicks yet.
Cons: - The side buttons click much easier and you will accidentally click them quite often. - This version of the mouse fits horribly in my hand. As a man with shorter fingers than most, I can't reach the front 1 2 3 buttons on the side of the mouse without changing positions on the mouse. It also forces me into a different grip style so I can reach the left and right buttons easier. The old version was a bit smaller and allowed me to easily reach every button the mouse. -...
Summary: I'm just disappointed. This mouse isn't the solution I had wanted due to its ergonomics. Razer's spyware config utility isn't acceptable to me so I won't buy any more razer products.
Pros: Works like a mouse should. Lots of buttons. It is as it looks.
Cons: Buttons are too small. Good luck hitting '5' while spinning in a circle. Expensive. My -REAL- beef with this mouse is the Synapse 2.0 software. It is "cloud enabled" meaning that you have to sign up for an account and log into it to configure your mouse or make any configuration changes to your mouse.
Summary: For the $80 dollars I spent I'm not impressed and would suggest anyone looking for an mmo mouse to look elsewhere.
Pros: All mechanical switches great ergonomics
Cons: Cheap plastic feel Only Color for the lights is green (pretty big con considering comparably priced logitech mice can do any color you want) Also the middle mouse button just broke one day (six months of use) and to get it repaired razer expects me to pay shipping to them and be without a mouse while they fix/repair their faulty product.
Pros: Buttons and lots of them, it is Thee gaming mouse. Acrurate
Cons: The number one issue is synapses, I'm ok with the cloud based thing but their servers don't work. I was able to log on when I first got the mouse and originally mapped the button but haven't been abler to log on since. as with any tech support it's a complete waste of time and energy, they don't know or care and just want you to go away move on.
Summary: If you have the patience and money to replace these relatively frequently I'd still say get it. It really is an awesome and very helpful mouse when it works.
Pros: 19 buttons, who can argue with that? Looks great too.
Cons: Longevity is severely lacking. It is a wired mouse and I'm having problems with the cursor freezing up randomly and I haven't even owned it for a year. They have a lot of little tips and tricks to fix this issue, which obviously means it is a common one, but none of them really work. It's unfortunate. I was recommending them to every gamer friend I knew up until this started happening, now I feel bad for wasting their money.
Cons: Worked great for about 3 or 4 weeks and now it won'r move. The buttons and scroll wheel work but the mouse curser WILL NOT move. I tried to reinstall synapse and drivers and everything elser I could think of but to no success. Such a shame too as I have used Razer products for years (Used Naga molten for 2 years straight) and as of this year the last 3 products all broke within a month