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Summary I've had this mouse for around a year now, I've haven't really used it much because the tracking is not accurate, and wireless feature is pretty garbage. Always disconnects. Now I RMA it again, one the button is not responsive. It just shows that even with RMA products, you do not do any testing to ensure everything works. I might be unlucky getting lemons everytime, but I must be dreaming if I were to purchase their mice again. I WILL NOT BUY THIS MOUSE AGAIN.
Pros A whole lot of buttons. Customizable colors. Macroable.
Cons Disconnects quite a bit, even when wired. Fast battery drain. No side-scrolling on mouse wheel.
Summary I got that one because it was wireless and for the cool factor of color changing according to the game loaded, which suits my G19 keyboard. (I like eyecandy, sue me). Buttons are nice and all, though the lack of side-scrolling function is painful for me (not that I side scroll, I just love those buttons in games. It tends to randomly stop responding for no reason. If I had to buy again, I'd probably go with the logitech option, which wasn't available when I bought my Naga.
Summary The wireless/wired feature makes this a great mouse feature on itself. Not only is it good for MMO but even FPS games feel fairly comfortable with this mouse and the changeable grips that are provided.
Pros Nice size & weight, lots of buttons, interchangeable side plate for added comfort and usability, decent battery life.
Cons Not ideal for use with a laptop, due to lack of a portable USB transceiver. Expensive.
Summary I purchased this mouse around 2 weeks ago for use on a MSIGT780DX laptop, primarily for use with MMOs. I'm currently using it for Star Wars: The Old Republic.
There are many great things about this mouse, especially for MMO players. It has 17 buttons, with a grid of 12 on the left side. The side buttons can be configured to activate the 1-12 keys on top of the keyboard, or the 0-9.+- on the keypad. The included software can also be used to create macros and different bindings.
Using the side buttons takes some getting used to. They are small, and require a fairly firm press. While the 1-6 buttons are easily accessible and useful, the 7-12 buttons, and especially 10-12, are not. These rear buttons are very awkward to access. I feel it would have been more helpful to have the rear buttons protrude out farther, as that would make them less an effort to use. Training your thumb to use the right keys takes some time, and after 2 weeks I still find myself looking when I use buttons 5-12. The mouse does come with rubber 'trainers' - small rubber pieces with adhesive that you can attach to specific buttons and help you identify them by touch more easily. I have not tried these yet, however plan to try using them on the rear 6 buttons more to make them a bit more accessible.
The size is great, and works well for someone with larger hands. It comes with three different swappable plates for the right side, allowing for different grips. While this may be one of it's minor features, for me it made a big difference when I found the right one. The weight is very comfortable, and actually fairly light for a wireless mouse.
This is a wireless mouse with a wired base, which also serves as a charging station. The USB cable can also be removed from the base and plugged directly into the mouse in order to charge and use it at the same time. A switch on the bottom toggles it between wireless and wired mode. Battery life is acceptable so far. The mouse wheel backlight blinks at 10% battery life.
This brings me to my biggest complaint about this mouse. I use this mouse primarily on a laptop, and while it's advertised as a wireless mouse, it really is not as I'm tied with a cable to either the base station or the mouse. I would have preferred a more portable USB transmitter option for laptop use. I've now given up on the base and just use it as a wired mouse, and keep a simple wireless logitech mouse attached for normal use. Considering the significant price increase over the regular Naga, if I had known I was just going to wind up using it as a wired mouse, I would not have purchased the Epic.
Pros Lots of buttons makes a lot easier to use skills in an MMO
Summary Great buy especially if you play MMO's as it makes it a lot easier to use all ur skills, and especially if the game has a delay keyboard response. Mouse always responds faster then keyboard for some reason.
Pros -LOTS OF BUTTONS!! -Powerful laser sensor. -Wireless and wired modes. -Multiple grip solutions. -Comfortable. -Very pretty.
Cons -Wireless battery life isn't that great. -In my experience the side buttons can glitch out and won't respond until I reinstall the mouse firmware. -Very expensive.
Summary Great mouse especially if you enjoy MMO gaming and need some extra buttons. It also performs great with other game genres but it truly shines with MMOs. However if you were planning to purchase this mouse for its wireless feature, don't bother. I found the wireless battery life to be terrible for users like myself who forget to charge the mouse every night. Luckily the mouse can be switched to wired mode which is what I have it in all the time. If you have more of a palm grip and don't need the interchangeable mouse grips, I would suggest getting the regular Razer Naga. It's much cheaper and identical in terms of performance.
Pros - Wireless or Wired - Macros keys - Backlit mouse (every color) - Changable Side Panels (for Palm grip, Regular grip, or Claw grip) - Good comfort - Good configuration (backlit, macros, DPI, etc.)
Cons - Not well balanced (when you press the mouse on a side, the cursor will move) - Not enough sliding grip (I use a Razer Vespula mouse pad, and the sliding parts of my mouse is easily scratch, and have difficult to slide) - no sliding scroll wheel option (you can only move your scroll wheel for every 3mm)
Summary This mouse is very usefull for gaming, which you can configure macros keys. Changable side panel is very nice, so you can modify easily for every kind of use (Palm grip for confort, Claw grip for faster respond for clicking buttons, Regular grip for average use). Macros keys is a little difficult to use it at beginning, but I begin to master it after some pratice. It's a good mouse for gaming, but less for work.
The Razer Naga Epic MMO Gaming Mouse is the upgrade to the original award-winning and massively popular Razer Naga that shifts the balance between the keyboard and mouse with its 17 MMO-optimized buttons.
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