Razer builds some of the awesome and stylish hardwares around.
It's pretty nice that razer is incrementally upgrading their hardware to get better without huge price bumps (*Cough* Apple *Cough*) this works great for people new to purchasing hardware but at the same time sort of shafts people who own/bought earlier iterations of a product.
I'm sort of on the fence when it comes to incremental improvements but new product releases...
I also own a Razer Onza, and although there's a slight improvement over other laser mouses, it's really not that much so how much of an impact to these increases have?
Past a certain extent how much is gained from increase DPI in sensors and things like that?
I really like the NAGA and Deathadder, however, with their Synapse 2.0 stuff, I really don't think I'll be buying any Razer stuff anytime soon...
The only Razer device i would get is the Deathadder, had the mambo and its always dying on me and having problems with the battery. Didn't like their keyboards ether :( But the Deathadder is awesome.
Just sent my Naga out for replacement. I loved it but it broke. It took me 5 e-mails and 2 phone calls to
Razer for them to send me a Rma! Love the products by them but rma when needed is a pain.
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