The mouse is fine, the only thing that bothers me is that ...
28 October 2014
Summary: The mouse is fine, the only thing that bothers me is that you have to be aware of where you place your thumb on the side of the mouse. Yes, there is a space in the middle of the buttons to rest your thumb, but it's small and doesn't allow for a "relaxed" grip, my thumb has to be slightly bent to be able to grip the mouse appropriately without accidentally pressing one of the buttons. There is software for the buttons but I haven't messed with it much.
Summary: Really like the mouse's feel, button layout, and look. I do not necessarily like the required software however. I have an older Razer mouse that had the on board memory so no matter where you took it you could use it just by plugging it in. I understand the price savings by taking the onboard memory out on Razer's part but it is frustrating to try and use the newer mouses (that require the synapse 2.0 software) on any system that you are not admin on (ie my work...
Summary: It's a great piece of hardware and an excellent aditament for gaming. I use it primarily for MMO's but it enhances your experience on other game types too. The only thing I don't like is the Razer Synapse 2.0, it seems artificial and useless, especially 'cause it needs to be connected to the internet to use its capabilities. But, putting that aside, I'm really glad I bought this item, and I definetively recommend it to anyone looking for a gaming mouse.
Summary: I like this mouse a lot. It is great for gaming and everyday use, and the buttons are super handy. My only problem is the money I spent on it. Really, 69$ for a mediocre mouse? Also, the finish on top of the mouse can be annoying with sweaty hands. My recommendation: For the money it isnt completely worth it, but it works good and after about 8 months of owning it there are no signs of wear on it. Also, the softwar SUCKS A$$.
Summary: For the money this is a good mouse, although a tad on the expensive side. But its a bit too small for my hand. I've since gone to one of Logitechs high end mice and its just perfect. Not to be mistaken the Naga is a good mouse and I really like the buttons on the side. They were handy to use for games like BF3. I would definitely recommend this mouse for those with average size to smaller hands.
Summary: The buttons took a bit of time to get used to, but after the initial training, I love this mouse. I use it primarily for GW2, but I also have keys and macros for Photoshop, PHPStorm, and general use. I have a cat that likes to sleep on my desk and the laser hole does like to pick up cat hair occasionally, but it is easily blown out.