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Razer Naga can be a great solution for FPS gaming ?

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Razer Naga 2014 can be a great solution for FPS gaming speaking only about the sensor used and feeling with it ?
Are there some controindications with FPS gaming and this mouse ?
Philip Twin Eyes sensor is good generally compared with Avago ?

I play with all games, also MMORPG but specially with FPS and i cant find any new high end mouse without Avago9800 ( Taipan, M65, M95, Ouroboros, Logitech G700s, G500s ) accused to cause input lag.
post #2 of 7
I don't know if naga is the best mouse for fps games.
But I've using been using it for 3+ yrs, from BC2, MW2, Arma 2.
I claw & can't game without it, game on SX, Sota, Scarab, Invicta without problems.
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Well you can purchase one and see if it works out from amazon. But you have to return it in at least 30 days if you dont want it .
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post #4 of 7
i wouldn't recommend doing this, i have tried it before, and it was overall crap
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Originally Posted by gabsonuro View Post

i wouldn't recommend doing this, i have tried it before, and it was overall crap
Why ? can u explain better ?
post #6 of 7
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Originally Posted by senna89 View Post

Why ? can u explain better ?

cause its just crap. the buttons on the side are annoying to hold,its heavy, the sensor has the z axis bug,
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I still have to post my impressions of the Naga14 in the other thread, but so far I can say it has the most accurate laser tracking I've tried—and I've tried various PTE and Avago A9*** mice. While I recognize that DA13 and Savu are superior for FPS, the issues raised by gabsonuro are unlikely to bother most people: the thumb grid is, at worst, slightly uncomfortable for your thumb but shouldn't affect your performance; heaviness isn't inherently bad—some people prefer to use weighty mice so they don't overshoot; the Z axis bug is only noticeable if you lift your mouse like crazy, and if you lift your mouse while aiming you're doing it wrong anyway.

I played some TF2 scout the other day, alternating the mice. Naga14 did feel somewhat bulky and less accurate in comparison to DA13, but still performed adequately. Whether it's good for FPS basically comes down to subjective preference of the shape, so you won't know how well you do with it until you try.
Edited by Artifact - 9/23/13 at 9:18am
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