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9-24-2010 @ 8:06AM
yep, got me a razer naga. bit intimidating at first but once i got used to the side pad its just second nature.
9-24-2010 @ 8:15AM
The Naga has completely changed my game. I wanted to start keybinding for a long time but couldn't do it successfully until I bought this mouse.I highly recommend it to anyone in a similar position.
9-24-2010 @ 8:44AM
I agree. Before I got the Naga I was a keyboard turning mediocre DPS hunter too afraid to try tanking with my warrior. Once I got the hang of the Naga's buttons it seriously ramped up my game. Best $80 I ever spent. Now I'm raiding and PvPing and not feeling like a noob.
9-24-2010 @ 9:51PM
I got a Naga a few months back, too. It took some serious getting used to, but now that I am used to it I friggin' love the thing. It feels nice in the hand, and the extra buttons are amazingly helpful to have around.
9-24-2010 @ 9:07AM
The Naga was a worthy purchase for sure, especially when you consider I play a hunter. Now, all the jokes about "lolol auto-shot afk hunter" aside, do you know how many keybinds it takes to be a good hunter? It's bloody insane. I can't imagine playing the game without a Naga now.
9-24-2010 @ 10:10AM
Also a happy owner of a Naga. Best mouse purchase yet.
9-24-2010 @ 10:34AM
I too have a Razer Naga, and it totally changed my game. Mouseover @target healing macros, the Naga, and Grid means I don't have to do weird shft-alt-middleclick combinations with clique (although that's not a bad way to heal either if you don't have the $80). But for the price, it's an awesome accessory. I also have an authenticator, but recently switched to the iOS authenticator program, since I always have my phone with me but frequently misplace the little doohickey thing.
9-24-2010 @ 10:43AM
Wow, you guys are really convincing. All I have is the authenticator and one of those terrible keyboards, which I stopped using years ago. Maybe I'll look into this.
9-24-2010 @ 10:45AM
I got a Razor Naga at the same time I got starcraft two. It completly reformed the way I play both games. I used to use my keypad for warcraft and be a hopeless manual selecter in warcraft 3/starcraft one. So yea highly reccomended.
9-24-2010 @ 10:52AM
My boyfriend got my the razer naga. I enjoy it, but no way would I have personally paid that much for a mouse. I tend to be more like the author, I'd rather spend my money on game time or improving the computer. I guess I should mention also I have the sparkle pony, and all the little pets for sell too, all bought by my gamer boyfriend. We can't decide who is the bigger geek... him for buying them for me, or me for actually using them.
9-24-2010 @ 11:53AM
Agreed the naga is the best mouse for wow. Personaly I wish it was a tad bigger because i am 6 feet 10 and I have massive hands to go with it. Also the lrazer keyboard with the auto fire software increased my toons dps by like 1k instead of me doing the mashathon. So far the razer headphones have held up over a year compared to others I've used, some of which had cost me over 100 bux.
9-24-2010 @ 11:55AM
Razor Naga:Throw another +1 to the Naga. By far the best purchase ever. The problem I always had with my key bindings was trying not to take my eyes off the screen and the reach of the keys and then trying to get my left hand back to the right location on the keyboard. I admit too I was a bit of a keyboard turner as well. Adding the Naga completely broke me of that habit as well. PS: The Naga is great for SC2 as well. Other things:Other than the Blizzard Authenticator the only thing I have bought was the loot card "Owned" from the Drums of War set. I love planting that thing into a fallen Alliance player that thinks he or she is slick and tries to jump me only to get pwn3d. It was worth every penny.
9-24-2010 @ 2:17PM
I have the Razer Naga, and since getting it I ended up getting a load of other Razer peripherals. One of the reviews on the Razer site is very true "once you use a Razer peripheral, all other peripherals seem crappy". Now I have the Lycosa keyboard, Exactmat mouse pad and the Carcharias headset. THEY ALL ROCK. The Naga is the most important though, it really changes the way you play, i'm now faster and deal more DPS than I ever could while using my keyboard for skills. It feels like no-one can keep up with me in raids and I believe that the Naga plays a very important role in that.Get IMBA!
9-24-2010 @ 12:51PM
Another +1 to the Naga. My main is a hunter, and it it totally fantastic. I have enough space to have a few different cooldown combos macroed, several MD macros and a focus/use tranq shot macro for Lich King hard mode.I have a resto druid alt, and the naga makes healing so easy that I play WoW one handed with that toon, freeing up the other hand for aiding in the consumption of beer!
9-24-2010 @ 1:48PM
Wow, 0 bad reviews? Almost too good to be true.I have a Microsoft Sidewinder mouse, but I'm lacking buttons for my binds... When I look at the Naga and see 12 buttons, it seems a bit too much and I feel I would have similar problems as onedollarbill with positioning my thumb (as he was with his hand on the keyboard). Could anyone comment on this? Are all buttons easily identifiable only by tact? Do you have to shift your thumb too much to reach every one of them? Do you need that many buttons?
9-24-2010 @ 2:03PM
@XayídeMy issues were BEFORE going to the Naga. Before getting the mouse I was doing the same binding I am now but I would have to move my left hand off the WASD keys, hit the binding and then try to get hand back all with out try not to divert my attention away from the screen. As you can imagine in PVP and constantly moving this can cause a challenge. Introducing the Naga upped my game cause now I could hit the same binding I had setup on the 1 though = keys all with out having to move my hand. It also made using modifier binding that much easier as well. As far as getting use to it that took a few hours of game play to re-train my brain from wanting to move my hand versus using my thumb to hit the mouse button. I find it extremely easy to hit all 12 buttons on the mouse. Razor includes these little rubber stickers you can put on the buttons to help you lean the feel for where certain ones are. I've since removed the training aid and now its second nature knowing where the right key is. Like I said this mouse is great in SC2 as well with having hot keys setup for selecting troops, buildings, etc.
9-24-2010 @ 2:48PM
Oh my god I love my Naga
9-24-2010 @ 3:04PM
I do really like Razer gear. I don't have a Naga but I do have a Mamba, which is a great all-round gaming mouse. I'd also love to get one of their keyboards, but until they provide a keyboard with a built-in HUD, I'll be sticking with logitech.
9-24-2010 @ 5:06PM
I purchased the Naga for myself and a friend. It is awesome. It's comfortable, very little setup and performs smoothly. Any game that uses keybinds or control groups will be easier to play with a Naga. Plus, the thing looks awesome. From the lighting to the stickers and logo. When I opened the packaging my kids eyes were as big as dinner plates. Razer delivered big time with the Naga.
9-24-2010 @ 11:06PM
I use the razer naga and the belkin n52te to play wow. I just like mapping all my OHSHIT keys to the dpad so if I'm dying I can just roll my thumb all around and pop all my gcdless cooldowns. the naga is insane and should be your first priority to buy, because you won't be able to go back
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