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2-17-2011 @ 10:33PM
@Jeff "What's horrible about the layout?"I found that in pretty much any situation that requires rapid response time (ie, any game that isn't turn based), you're more likely to get misclicks and lower reaction speeds on this grid design than you do with buttons that are placed in more natural to reach positions. I had a Naga for about a month, which I feel is a fair trial, and I really tried to like it. In the end, I came to the conclusion that it's just designed poorly for its intended purpose.IME, Razer's build quality has gone way down recently as well. I've owned a couple of their products in the past few months and they've both ended up getting returned due to defects. Where as my Diamondback still chugs along, despite being like 6 years old.
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