Summary: Don't buy razer products, they will break and they have no support. I have had three nagas die on me over the course of a year, razer never responds to support claims so I was forced to buy a new mouse each time one stopped working or just be completely out the ability to keep up with my gaming...
Pros: Great feeling mouse, looks pretty, responsive buttons.
Cons: Terrible battery life Terrible support Mouse died after only having it for a month. The worst drivers ever created for any piece of hardware ever. The drivers occasionally crash your computer or the mouse just stops working.
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: 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.
Sensitivity was fine and i had no problems with the buttons
Misc Person, Amazon
4 January 2015
Summary: Rather late review but I was clearing out my list of previous buys. Sensitivity was fine and i had no problems with the buttons. The reason for the 2 star review is due to horrible drivers. In the 3 games i was playing at the time, this mouse would randomly glitch.
Summary: This is a very good mouse. Like I said in the pros, its very comfortable. Now if you're looking for a gaming mouse, this isn't the mouse I would recommend. You're buying the brand, not the mouse.
Pros: Comfortable with small to medium sized hands, easy to use, very light.
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: 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.