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Wow, that is outlandish! Thank goodness I didn't go for a Razer Naga when I was looking at a new mouse a week ago.
    
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Actually the Deathadder has onboard memory, Synapse just doesn't utilize it. You need to use the old legacy drivers which can be found in an archive on Razer's website if you want to be able to use onboard memory and take advantage of a number of different features that aren't included with Synapse, not to mention that the DA tracks worse with Synapse installed.

Just changed to the "old" driver. Hell, never knew i could do this much with my mouse. The only thing i will miss is the totally custom DPI selection, but i can live with it.
   
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But of an overreaction but alright.

If you don't like razer don't buy it. The mouse still works offline. The software just isn't implemented in an ideal way but the idea of synapse itself is great. And who doesnt have an always active internet connecion? The spying on you part is bed but origin and other software do it also and millions still use that.

Everybody hates razer. Always has. Everyone loves to jump on the bandwagon and bash on their stuff yet they are still one of the biggest companies in what they do. If you don't like them buy Logitech. Go figure.
    
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Hm. I don't appear to require or use this software for my Death Adder, just the Death Adder Driver (lets me modify settings). Damn shame the company's doing this too; I really like this mouse but I'm not sure I can buy another if this is how the company behaves...
    
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Definitely not buying a Deathadder after this.
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I don't think anyone is accusing them of keyloggers or of selling our account credentials to various sites. But looking at the wording of their agreement, it's pretty safe to say they at the very least collect the websites you visit along with no telling how many other metrics. What music you listen to, what videos you watch, what files you open, what programs you have installed, etc. are all on the table.
A real-time information feed and their TOS give no comfort.

You have to be kidding..........

I never liked Razor from the start..........but now they are selling spyware mouses? Wow! What a junk company..
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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.
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But of an overreaction but alright.
If you don't like razer don't buy it. The mouse still works offline. The software just isn't implemented in an ideal way but the idea of synapse itself is great. And who doesnt have an always active internet connecion? The spying on you part is bed but origin and other software do it also and millions still use that.
Everybody hates razer. Always has. Everyone loves to jump on the bandwagon and bash on their stuff yet they are still one of the biggest companies in what they do. If you don't like them buy Logitech. Go figure.

What??!?!?! doh.gif Seriously, what?!?!?!?! doh.gif For any artificial requirement you build into a product... there better be a reason for it. I don't care how many good things a mouse could do with internet because A MOUSE has no need for internet whatsoever, as the task its meant to do includes, in no way, the use of internet.

So, you are truly naive users. Razer has implemented the crappiest idea I've yet to read about computer peripherals, specially for a product that doesn't need internet for nothing. Also, storing profiles in the cloud?!?!?!?!?!??! Who would EVER use that?!?!?!?! Most useless feature they could have put on a mouse, and the fact that it requires internet to function with the up-do-date drivers is... well... I'm speech-less.

I'll make sure never to touch any Razer product at all... and its funny because at this day and age I'm using mice that require no software at all, pure plug and play mouse and if I ever need some macros I just jump on autohotkeys and be done with it; but to know that some drivers are so crappy that they require internet... no, thank you.

I hope the company goes down.. or a lot of people are fired up there...
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But of an overreaction but alright.
If you don't like razer don't buy it. The mouse still works offline. The software just isn't implemented in an ideal way but the idea of synapse itself is great. And who doesnt have an always active internet connecion? The spying on you part is bed but origin and other software do it also and millions still use that.
Everybody hates razer. Always has. Everyone loves to jump on the bandwagon and bash on their stuff yet they are still one of the biggest companies in what they do. If you don't like them buy Logitech. Go figure.

Nothing I have said is out of previous hate for Razer or bandwagoning. I think most of their branding and marketing is pretty cheesy, but I haven't come anywhere close to boycotting them for any reason. I was actually thinking about buying one of their mousepads pretty soon; I probably still will.

This did it for me for any of their hardware though. Something like this isn't decided whimsically. It goes to the core of a companies values and standards.

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You have to be kidding..........
I never liked Razor from the start..........but now they are selling spyware mouses? Wow! What a junk company..

None of that stuff is proven, but their TOS leaves it all wide open. And the real-time information flow doesn't help anything.
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But of an overreaction but alright.
If you don't like razer don't buy it. The mouse still works offline. The software just isn't implemented in an ideal way but the idea of synapse itself is great. And who doesnt have an always active internet connecion? The spying on you part is bed but origin and other software do it also and millions still use that.
Everybody hates razer. Always has. Everyone loves to jump on the bandwagon and bash on their stuff yet they are still one of the biggest companies in what they do. If you don't like them buy Logitech. Go figure.

No. It does not. You can use it as a pointer device with standard three button click and scroll, that's it offline.

If you want to use any of the features, for example on the Epic, the whole point is the pad of buttons. You MUST be connected to use those. Why is there a need to be connected for that to work? Mouse software has worked fine for the last decade without an always activate connection. This is just a really poor idea from Razer.
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I just ordered a death adder...
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