Originally Posted by RetroSpiderman
I just ordered a death adder...
Congrats it's a great mouse.
Thinking on one myself for my nephew Christmas present.
That's awesome. Has anyone tried this on the Naga 2012 yet confirm it works with macros?
Truly sad to be forced to use Synapse to obtain the options one already paid for within the product hardware. It would have been better served if they provided cloud storage as an 'option'. I do agree that being forced to the cloud or any services in order to obtain a purchased product features is wrong especially when that info is being used and profited from.
Threads being derailed a bit by Razer haters who take this opportunity to say 'I"m never going to buy another Razer product" when they never did or already made that decision prior to this news.
Boils down to Razer still has some great mice and software didn't change that but Razer will lose revenue by those who object to cloud storage that's being shared to who knows. Dumb move on Razer's part because whether one agrees or disagrees it still alienates possible purchases from those who object. On the flip side it's hard for some to understand those who don't feel threatened and doesn't mind Synapse and what it offers for what they give up.
After two years of owning a Mamba which I recently handed down to the kids it's still going strong. The DeathAdder has proven to be old faithful for a lot of people and is a solid mouse. Razer sales will determine the outcome of Synapse longevity be rest assured. What that outcome will be may take a quarter before it surfaces on paper for the bean counters and corporate to make a decision.
Razer Synapse 2.0 offline saved settings and login, for offline PC's
Great job figuring this out.