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Fixed title & formatting smile.gif
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It seems that razor is afraid of mouse pirates thumb.gif

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Delete, I'm old or something I guess...been with this site too long lol.
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post #34 of 521
old title was fine.
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I have a blackwidow and deathadder and don't even have the razer software installed.

Best thing you can do thumb.gif Imperator owner here.
post #36 of 521
Wow thats just sad. They are ready to gamble hardware sales on the chance that they can sell your info to people many times over. Just hope they don't get any hardware sales to mine that data from is all...
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post #37 of 521
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I have a blackwidow and deathadder and don't even have the razer software installed.

Pointless info because those two mice are useless for macro'ing.

There's basically no point to the Naga if the software doesn't work without a network connection.

The whole point to the Naga is the ability to macro and customize.
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post #38 of 521
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People are so dramatic. This isn't even DRM it is to create profiles that can be saved so that the mouse settings are preserved. I mean who doesn't have an internet connection in this day and age? It only needs internet connection to initially setup your profile. I see no issue here especially with the enthusiast consumer in mind (its a gaming mouse for gods sake what gamer does not have access to internet). The only issue I can see is that they did not list having an internet connection as mandatory on the box somewhere.

Not true.

It requires an internet connection to make any changes to your mouse. Want to change the DPI? Needs a connection. What happens when it's not your fault? Their servers are bad enough already that it will actually lock the program up while making changes. What if a storm knocks out their servers completely, or a fire, or a flood, or a mad employee. What happens at a LAN with no outside access? The idea of needing an internet connection for a MOUSE is crazy. Why does a pointing device need active and stable network access?

Storage of settings on the cloud is a great idea. Requiring you to use the cloud to use the mouse and then selling your personal data is just crazy.
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Well that sucks. Looks like I'm going with Logitech. No logins there.
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As a razer naga user, this disturbs me.
On one hand, I'm always connected to the internet so it wasn't an issue. I also loved the convenience of having my profile save on the cloud, thus making it so I don't have to reconfigure all my macros and whatnot whenever I reformat.
But now this... spyware?
Yea, when this mouse finally breaks I'll search for a different brand with as close to the same amount of buttons.

According to what i've read, i'm of the few which have really gotten the Synapse software fully working and it has been soft as silk. I've been using my DeathAdder for over month, and it is completely awesome, i can say it's the best mouse i've owned. Plus, i like my profiles saved to the cloud (i would've loved a mouse with onboard ROM, but was on a tight budget) and since i have an always-on internet connection it does not bother me.

Spying on me or what i do with the mouse is what angered me. I was thinking on purchasing a Razer mech board, now i would have to seriously think on it.
   
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