1st :D! But anyways i love the design and features of this mouse but its the feel of it what i'm concerned about.
I have an older Razer Naga with only two buttons, but it's the most responsive mouse I've ever used.
While I love my Logitech MX518, every time I see a new and improved mouse come out is how much I realize I need to upgrade sooner rather than later. Pretty awesome to put mechanical switches for the buttons. I would have never thought about doing that and since I got my first mechanical keyboard this year I could never go back to anything else.
My rig - I7-4770K, ASUS Z87-A Mobo, 16 GB Corsair Ram, AMD 7990 GPU, CoolIT AiO Cooler, NZXT H630
I currently have a Naga Hex. It has more buttons than I need, but I liked the size of it. Every time Razer comes out with a new mouse I have an urge to buy it even though my mouse is working perfectly fine. This one looks like the Naga and the Taipan had a baby
I wish they'd make a smaller version of the Naga for people like myself who use a claw grip. They make a compact mouse called the Orochi, but it only has a few extra buttons. If they made a mouse sized between an Orochi and a Naga, with 2 or 3 times as many buttons as the Orochi, I would buy that.
I'm not left-handed, but I smile anytime a peripheral vendor actually cares enough to release a special product for those who are. I'd hate to be a left-handed person because of this issue.
Clixxer theres a reason why you still and I come to think of it haha have the MX518...see those buttons...that's where your thumb goes...unless your ambidextrous buttons should be on the keyboard!
Well ThundercatMan I really don't play MMOs anymore so I think the Naga would be overkill but I would like something updated with a couple more buttons and DPI. MX518 is a great mouse (Hence my Logitech still supports it 2 years after production was disconnected) but it is definitely getting long in the tooth.
I have the 3500dpi Deathadder, with the blue LEDs. I wonder how the new generation of these Razer mice hold up compared to their predecessors. I might just buy a 2013 deathadder.
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