Summary: I seen reviews that people don't like that you have to install driver/software to use it but that will go for any gaming mouse or even any mouse with more then five buttons since that is all windows knows what to do with, and the software is needed for programming the buttons. Wish Razer made a corded chroma version.
Pros: This mouse glides nice i every surface I have tried. (unlike the G600 it glides on sand paper) Feels great in hand buttons all work nice and smooth with a good responsive click. The tracking is very smooth and accurate unlike my G600.
Cons: The razer synapse could be WAY better it seems clunky and outdated and doesn't offer a text insert for in game commands. Requires internet connection for setup and online storage of profiles. Once set up it is able to be used offline. No onboard storage for profiles but I guess since it needs online for initial setup it may get the profiles from the online storage.
Summary: I purchased this mouse as a replacement for my well used and well loved Logitech G600. I picked up a Corsair Vengeance K70 Mechanical Keyboard and decided to get a new mouse as well. Right off the bat, I liked how the side buttons felt to click, which was much more satisfying over the G600. The one negative I noticed right away though, was the ergonomics of the keys.
Summary: I've gone through 3 of these in the past 6 years or so. They're great, but after a year or so you start getting issues with the left and right mouse buttons. Double clicks and misclicks plague this mouse as it ages. Thankfully this usually starts happening just as the warranty is about to expire and you can send it in for a replacement. Sadly the replacement won't come with an extended warranty so once that one starts acting up you'll just have to buy a new one.
Pros: feels great very accurate customization options are extensive can turn off those annoying lights keypad can map to the numpad and be recognized by any game very durable cord (my cat can't chew through it which is a huge plus)
Cons: right and left mouse buttons wear out after a year or so
Summary: I REALLY like Razer gear. I think they have awesome products. Just this mouse kinda had problems for me so its just disappointing. Also im kinda a greasy person. This mouse REALLY absorbs body grease and gets a slick.
Pros: -Mouse looks legit -cool colors -works how you would expect it to -custom buttons bla bla bla
Cons: about 3-5 times in every 24 hour period this mouse goes insane and freezes, glitches, thinks on its own, writes its own mixtape and trys to get me to buy it (okay jk on that last part) but its really irritating. I installed all new drivers and still same thing happens.
Summary: So yeah. There's not much more I can say about this. It's a very simple mouse and in gaming, simplicity is key.
Pros: Amazing touch. It's a very smooth mouse. That means that your hand won't get uncomfortable even if playing a game for a few hours straight. It has 14 macros, 12 on the side and 2 extra on the top. The 2 macros on the top I use for changing the sensitivity of my mouse. Now, I will talk about the software compatibility with the mouse. Razer's software is absolutely brilliant. It's very simple and goes well with all their products. The macros on the side are awesome! As ...
Cons: I use Mouse3 (the scroll button) a lot. Mouse3 on this mouse sometimes (not often) doesn't work. It also kind of does the click double, which is kind of annoying if you're like me and mash the buttons like crazy.
Summary: This will be a mixed review. I purchased 3 of these mice. One for each of my teenagers and one for myself. I didn't like it. I have large hands (6'3", 250lbs). It has a center "button" that doesn't do anything, it's just there as a rest for your thumb. My fat thumb would rest on several of the actual buttons as well as the "rest" button. Here's a story: I'm viewing some adult appropriate material on the web.
Pros: Very impressed! The mechanical keys are great and easy to push with good feedback. all the "clicks" have a great feel to them. Wireless in this case is the way to go, super responsive zero lag what so ever. I know many gamers hate the idea of wireless, but this isn't that same wireless as many years ago. I can tell the difference between this and any wired gaming mouse I own, or have owned int he past.
Cons: not really, any. However the laser is very sensitive to vibration. I would not suggest any fans on your desk or you cursor will start to act real wonky.
Pros: If you want a gaming mouse, this will be perfect for practically any kind of game. The numpad isn't just for MMOs, you can easily put it to good use in a MOBA or just about any game. If you've never played an MMO with a Naga before, you'll wonder how you ever managed without it. It may seem daunting to learn using the numpad efficiently, but it's actually very easy, and the keys are even easier to find compared to the original Naga.
Cons: Like the original Naga, it doesn't seem to be as durable as Razer's other mice. I've had my Naga 2014 for about 9 months and it's already having the same double clicking problem (you click once but it clicks twice) that was common to the original Naga.
Summary: Any way you slice it this a terrific mouse and I am happy with my purchase, even if the software has trouble reporting the batter level the mouse itself will blink when it gets low and I can just connect the usb cable for uninterrupted gaming. The LED's on the mouse are completely customizable, the scroll wheel and the number pad are controlled individually and can be set to specific colors or to cycle between all colors and these colors can be set for each profile you...
Pros: Fits larger hands well, as advertised it works great for MMO''s, Cortex game booster actually does a great job of boosting FPS on mid to high end systems (Core i7 3rd Gen, 12Gb DDR3 RAM, GTX660M with 2Gb dedicated RAM with Intel HD Graphics for Physx running off OCZ Agility4 SSD). Tracking goes up to 8200dpi which is amazing even though I only use it at about 2000dpi.
Cons: Synapse software leaves something to be desired. I play WOW and the synapse software is supposed to pop up in game for profile switching, but it only seems to work if you launch the game from the Cortex software and then only sometimes. I have had several issues with the synapse software not reporting the battery level correctly and with the dock not fully charging the mouse after being connected all night. However now that I consider it, it may have fully charged but...
Pros: the mouse it beautiful, really nice to hold and its covered in buttons that i never accidentally hit the scroll wheels lighting also dims the second i pick it off and the keys on the side all feel amazing.
Cons: the scroll wheel needs to be "warmed up" if i don't use it for a while then in a game like csgo i need to quick weapon switch the first click sometimes doesn't register and the feet on the bottom can be scratched easily if on sharp surfaces it about all i could find bad about an amazing mouse