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So again i have been looking at mice, i was going to get the R.A.T 9 but seems that not many people like it. i have been looking at the Naga seems like a nice mouse, like the number of buttons i was wondering what people think of this mouse?

on the Molten version can the lights be changed? am i right in thinking the the lights can be changed on the normal version? if so what colours i read it was Blue, Dark blue, Orange and red is that true? are there more colour options for it?

Ho does the mouse feel in the hand? i know not everyone has the same size hands but is the mouse too big? considering it has 12 buttons on the side does that have a real impact on the size of the mouse?

i have also read that there are only 5 different possible profiles but then also read it has more - anyone know which one it is? does having only 5 profiles really affect that much for in games - i play ALOT of different games with FM, L4D, L4D2, Batman AA, AvP and soon to be Bioshock 1 and 2 just to name a few of course i plan on getting back into an MMO with WoW the most likely.

Whats the quality control like? they dont break too often do they? does the mouse feel solid when being used
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I have a naga and love it.. i use the buttons for all my games
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post #3 of 23
While I do not own the Naga, I have had the Razer Lachesis for 3 years now and it is still going strong. The quality of it is amazing, and I am assuming the same goes for the rest of Razer's mice.
    
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Okay thanks, i have watched a few videos of it on Youtube seems good. Just need to find the right keyboard to go with it smile.gif
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post #5 of 23
I've had the Naga for about three months now and I definitely like it. It's most useful being used with MMO games.

Neither the molten or regular versions have changing colors from what I've read (I own the regular, so not 100% certain on the molten.) However, the Naga Epic (I think it's called) does change colors I believe.

As for size, I initially found that the mouse was a little too small for my hands, but, over time, I got used to it and am now very comfortable using all of the buttons during gameplay. It's about the same size as a Logitech gaming mouse (using a G5 as a reference).

Not too sure about the profiles and such, but I know that you can change the side buttons to correspond with the numpad or the numbers above the letter keys, depending on your preference.

It seems like a solid mouse. None of the buttons feel like they're going out and the right and left mouse buttons seem to be clicking sharply and cleanly even after a few months solid use.
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post #6 of 23
My bro is a hard-core FPS gamer, but he loved the mouse because he had all the weapon switched under his thumb.

I am sure if you're an MMO/RTS gamer, you will love the mouse more.

He eventually bought the DeathAdder due to the simplicity of the mouse.
post #7 of 23
It's a cool mouse but expensive, and a bit of a gimmick. I'd really only use it if I didn't have a left hand.
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post #8 of 23
I really don't like having so many buttons on a mouse, and it uses PTE sensor which is terrible.

I must say though, it feels really comfortable (my friend has one).
post #9 of 23
Theres nothing terrible about the PTE sensor unless your the type of person who lifts up your mouse.. if you do so then you should be using those crappy MS mices, anyway.

The Naga Epic is the one that can change colors, I kinda wish razer made a Naga form factor mouse w/o the excessive buttons.. I find the Mamba/Deathadder a little to big for me grip.
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post #10 of 23
I have naga regular & naga epic. Cannot live without them.
I only play fps games. I change my crysis2 nano suit, BC2 & MW2 weapons, Arma2 complicated controls with binded keys.
Not to mention surfing with firefox shortcuts.
I claw mousing 70% of the time, so the smallest side panel in epic fits me prefect.
Are they really comfortable? nope, but I just need buttons for fast game & fast surf.
Durable wise, many people feel naga regular more solid than naga epic, including me.
I have more than 5 profiles (driver version:3.0), I don't know why confused.gif
hope this help biggrin.gif

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