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9-30-2011 @ 3:13PM
So I have a question for you Matt, seeing as you have review all three Razer peripherals in question, or any commenters that happen to have knowledge of the subject. I already own a Razer Naga and a Razer Anansi. I love the Naga and couldn't live without it now, and I really enjoy having the Anasi to go with it but, it seems my muscle memory just won't break out of hitting the actual shift, ctrl, and alt keys (although i've remapped my alt key to where my caps lock key is due to having used the Merc Stealth for a long time). I want to be able to use my thumb keys, but my instincts are kind of set in stone it seems. So here's the question, as I already own the Anansi, would it be worthwhile to try out the Nostromo? It seems like it would have a ton of versatility, and I love key binds. I never click anything on my screen anymore thanks to the Naga. I also really like the idea behind the thumb pad being used for modifiers instead because I avidly play PS3 as well and that seems like it would fit in well with my current play style. Anyway, please let me know, any advice would be great.
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