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2-18-2011 @ 6:24AM
I love the Naga. I have used it for more than a year now. It did have a pretty decent ramp up with regards to 'relearning' everything, but once you get it down, you will wonder how you lived without it for so long.The key is setup. You have to relearn EVERYTHING, so this is a great opportunity to do some of the things you wish you would have done/learned from day one of playing WoW. This is where I setup ctrl, alt, shift modifiers, to also include ctrl-alt, ctrl-shift, ctrl-alt-shift... you get the point. What this does is basically provide me with a never ending supply of bound abilities on the Naga's 12 buttons. Not to mention if you set up the 3x4 Naga provided display to 'change' when you press one of the shift modifiers, man, it is so sweet.The only problem I have had with this mouse is that it has, and continues to have on occasion, tracking difficulties on black surfaces. Also, the first versions of these mice did not have the raised 'bumps' on the home numbers (similar to the raised bars on the F and J keys on your keyboard that help you remember where you are, they had sticky things you affixed to the buttons. Thankfully, Razer fixed this to where its actually part of the key itself.This mouse, coupled with the Nostromo n52, will make you a formiddable opponent.
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