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9-25-2010 @ 12:16AM
All those comments about the buttons and binding and no one mentioned how it feels to use? This is an injustice! I bought my Naga tried it out at work as a normal work mouse. In about ten seconds I was hooked. It doesn't feel like using a mouse; it's an extension of your will. It slides damn near effortlessly. It feels GOOD in your hand.It takes a little while to get used to the naga's side buttons. That's to be expected. It took me a couple of days to get the hang of hitting some stuff. And I still only use six regularly, and the next row of three occasionally. The fourth row, I don't use at all.The only bad thing about the Naga is the two extra buttons next to the left mouse button. They're poorly placed for *anything*
9-25-2010 @ 4:30AM
Razer Nage is absolutely awesome. It so changed the way I played, it is so much more comfortable in every aspect!
9-28-2010 @ 1:31PM
This is a few days old but I can't let this slide without a single negative review.I bought a Naga and tried my hardest for 3 days to get used to it. PvE, PVP, Whacking a dummy for hours... I just couldn't do it. I used the trainer pieces (little bits of rubber you can stick to some keys to make finding them easier) but I just couldn't get my thumb to properly contour to the thing. It felt too light and offered little resistance against my thumbs own force, meaning that pressing a side button actually caused me to move my mouse to the right a little bit. Turning, navigating your mouse on your screen, and also thumbing the massive keypad on it proved to be too much for me. I play a feral druid and I easily bound every button on the damn thing (including shift modifiers). Maybe this had something to do with it.. maybe not. I tried hard to love it (and I even convinced myself at first that I did love it as to justify the 100$ i spent on it) but ended up returning it to Best Buy that week and buying a basic mouse with a right and left side button. The good part - it was incredibly smooth and made me realize the massive difference a good mouse makes in terms of FPS while on the move.
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