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As the title says, what one would you pick? I have held both at my local store, and I like both equally when it comes to the feel and grip. They are both priced about the same, Naga is $10 more. Here are a few questions I have.
Who wins on quality Razer or Logitech?
What mouse is more useful in MMOs? (WoW, Wildstar, ect)
Who has the better software and suppot?
Of the two, what one is better suited for FPS games? (Rare, but it happens)

For those who hate both mice, what would you recommend? Please keep in mind this mouse will be for mmo use. So it will require extra buttons. Grip wise, I can really use all 3 comfortably. Budget would be around $80, but I can go more if it's worth it.

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Originally Posted by dustin6707 View Post

As the title says, what one would you pick? I have held both at my local store, and I like both equally when it comes to the feel and grip. They are both priced about the same, Naga is $10 more. Here are a few questions I have.
Who wins on quality Razer or Logitech?
What mouse is more useful in MMOs? (WoW, Wildstar, ect)
Who has the better software and suppot?
Of the two, what one is better suited for FPS games? (Rare, but it happens)

For those who hate both mice, what would you recommend? Please keep in mind this mouse will be for mmo use. So it will require extra buttons. Grip wise, I can really use all 3 comfortably. Budget would be around $80, but I can go more if it's worth it.

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Logitech wins quality hands down.
I wouldn't know about usefulness for MMOs.
Logitech has better software and support.
FPS game suitability: this depends. The G600 has a positive-acceling sensor, an ADNS-9800 derivative which will work better on hard mats but still have acceleration, but no Z-axis problem if you lift often and use a higher sensitivity. The Naga has a PTE and has the Z-axis issue which will affect you more if you play FPS at a high sensitivity and lift, but won't have acceleration. I'd use neither for FPS gaming if I had the choice.
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Thanks for all the info. I just went to my local bestbuy and picked them both up. I will use each for a few days and see what one i like the most overall.

As of right now, I can say that the logitech software wins hands down. The g600 also feels like it's built better. Also the side buttons on the g600 has a little less learning curve. I spent 2 hours playing wow with each and had zero miss clicks with the g600. I had a few with the naga, but nothing major. I did however have issues with clicking the ring finger button instead of right clicking with the g600. That however is not an issue as I have it set as alt, and I am quickly getting use to it. As of right now the g600 is winning, but I want more time with each before I decide who goes back to bestbuy.

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Thanks for all the info. I just went to my local bestbuy and picked them both up. I will use each for a few days and see what one i like the most overall.

As of right now, I can say that the logitech software wins hands down. The g600 also feels like it's built better. Also the side buttons on the g600 has a little less learning curve. I spent 2 hours playing wow with each and had zero miss clicks with the g600. I had a few with the naga, but nothing major. I did however have issues with clicking the ring finger button instead of right clicking with the g600. That however is not an issue as I have it set as alt, and I am quickly getting use to it. As of right now the g600 is winning, but I want more time with each before I decide who goes back to bestbuy.

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Sounds like typical Razer...cheap feel and worse ergonomics than the rest of the manufacturers.
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The G600 has left me craving for more. On one hand, I cannot distinguish what better mice are out there and on the other the firmware cannot be updated. I don't actually suffer the lamented acceleration issue, but it is there, like lurking in the casing... slowly cyphering its algorithm, slowly but steadily smoothing out my actions.
DPI settings X/Y 1800/1400 feels the most natural. On a wooden table, it tracks without limit. As an ornamental piece, it is flawless, but this should have been a competitive grade mouse with NO acceleration what so ever.
The worst part of the mouse for me is that it is too ergonomic: I cannot instinctively feel where the vertical axis is. There is no length to width ratio, the mouse is ergonomically set to be assymmetrical. Grappling the mouse by the sides is uneasy, the third button and the thumb pad devoid the mouse of any sustainably constant hand posture. Sometimes, I cannot focus on a tiny icon, the cursor just wiggles around it without centering on it. I leverage my thumb on the thumbpad and - bingo - the cursor moves unsteadily.
It works, but in a tethering way.
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post #6 of 10
I have a couple Nagas from my heavy WoW days and I can honestly say that it is one of the worst feeling mice that I own. I hate the PTE sensor with a passion. I've heard the 2014 edition has greatly improved the overall feel and functionality of the mouse, so maybe it's worth not crushing with the rear tire of your car now, but it would have to come a long way for me to not have pleasure dreams of crushing it with a homerun swing in my back yard. The Z-axis issue, the cursor walk, the constant cleaning of the laser, the fact that both of them lost their X-axis in under a year... Ugh...

With that out of the way, I do like Logitech build quality and customer service. I also don't hate the Avago 9500 sensor.
post #7 of 10
Can you actually use 12 buttons ? Or you find yourself using just the 6 of them ? Many people claims they end up using just 2 rows of buttons. If you find 12 buttons overkill the range of your options increase a lot. Like Naga Hex or Corsair M95 for example. Just my 2 cents
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As of right now I use all the side buttons on the g600. Still trying to get use to the naga and finding the right button.

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post #9 of 10
I owned both, but found the g600 too big and awkward for my hand. I did like the tilt clicks and software is far superior, but the naga feels perfect in my hand. It's a matter of preference really.

I gave away my G600 to a friend who also owned a Naga, and feels the g600 is far superior. It is a great mouse, I just didn't like how it felt.

I think I even made a video. The g600 macros are easy to find, but are difficult to press, especially 1,2 and 3. The whole concave design slows you down, so while tE Nagas buttons are harder to learn at first, they are easier to press and faster to navigate.
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Looks like I have been holding the mouse wrong all along...
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