Reviews and Problems with Razer Star Wars: The Old Republic
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while in use regular or in game freezes wireless
5 May 2014
Summary: I really like this mouse but when I use it wireless it does freeze up from time to time for a brief second so I have been using it wired which works perfect. I did buy it originally because I could use it wireless which makes me upset that I can’t because it has that problem.
Summary: Ok, so if you are a Star Wars fan (like me), you would like this mouse even if it performed like crap. The truth is that I was expecting it to be great since I just paid about a hundred dollars for it. The truth is that it's just good. As a mouse it's just good and I was expecting great. But, if you are a Star Wars fan, a good mouse that's Star Wars is still great.
Summary: Love the mouse, feel is good, looks very cool, 12-pack of buttons is very helpful when playing MMO's. Downside is that at times there are connection issues between the receiver and mouse. a slight cutout means big screw ups on FPS games.
Summary: I bought this mouse over the standard razer naga because I play swtor and wanted the green color crystal. It is not mentioned it was a limited time only so if your thinking of buying it for that don't. The mouse is a very good mouse solid and the bottons are comfortable and easy to reach.
Summary: The mouse itself has nice design and function on wired use. But for wireless use, you need to connect a 1 metre cable with dock which is not suitable to use with laptop. The battery life is not good it will drain up in about 5 hours whether you use it or not, that means you can't stay over a night sleep mode. But if you don't mind you can turn it on and off every time you use to preserve battery (not as good compare to apple magic mouse).
Summary: Received the mouse as a Christmas gift last year (12/2012). I love it. It fits nicely in my hand (have I large hands), it's styled well, it lights up, etc... I have no qualms with its functionality. The mouse has a wireless mode and a tethered mode, they both work well. When wireless I've never had the battery die on me (sometimes playing for over 4-6 hours).
Summary: After my order being changed 3 times I finally received the mouse today. It's a lot more plastic looking then I thought. Setting it up was easy. Unfortunately when I went to register it on Razor's site , the serial number was already registered. Trying to work it out now with Razor's tech support. The light under the mouse wheel can change different colors but the emblem light is always yellow. Nice mouse just feels a little tiny compared to old logitech mice i have.
Summary: Having both the Naga Epic and the SW Mouse, I have to say the Naga epic is irrefutably better. The ergonomics, and the ability to adjust said ergonomics makes the Naga epic superior. As mentioned in some previous reviews, the sharp edges of the SW mouse feel rather uncomfortable, and the mouse is surprisingly small. As with the naga, buttons 10 through 12 are awkwardly positioned.
Summary: To be honest I was in love with this mouse its just not fit for my or most hands. The sharp design and hard lines look great but in reality when gaming all this did was irritate the bottom of my palm. If you want all of the same functionality yet a smother and more ergonomic design go with the sister product the Razer Naga. I am shipping this back and placing the new order today.
Summary: Bought this wireless mouse after my razer naga wired mouse failed due to poor build quality (wire broke after 12months of use and left mouse button). After using the razer 12 button configuration you will not be able to play wow again without it. I had looked for ages for a similar mouse but could not find one with the same sort of set up, for pvp it can't be beat.