If you have to play with one hand for any reason (nursing baby, amputee, eating pizza), that Razr Naga is a godsend. I seriously have no idea how I lived without it.
i agree with you as a fellow left hander :)i ended up with a Razer Lachesis and it is still a very competitive gaming mouse for wow
I tried the Naga when it first came out. Coming from year long Logitech use I never could adept to it's (comparatively) tiny size. So I'm back to Logitech and quite happy with a G700, although I wouldn't complain it it had 2 more thumb buttons (it has 4).
I don't normally get into hardware reviews, but I need to wade in on this one, having gone through two Naga's in about a year. Don't get me wrong, I absolutely LOVE the Naga design and I got used to very quickly. I was very disappointed when I had to move away from it. But the materials just didn't stand up. The left mouse button fades, and will eventually become very hard to use after repeated use - It's a design flaw. So after the second one went, I did some hefty "research" and found that the problem is much more common than people are willing to admit, and more likely to happen again than I wanted.I settled on a G700, as it had the right amount of buttons for me (the more the better) and is a very solid mouse. It's been going strong without issue for some time now. Loved the Naga, but I'm not willing to replace it every 6 months.
im kind of critic to razer gear ive seen lots of people who bought them just because they are " gaming " but it seems to break really fast and the quality isnt so great im still loving my logitec x518 since i bought it 10+ years ago when i was a little boy.Altho i will probably try one razer gear myself but im really skeptic to these...
Lucky Ashelia gets sent free stuff, its not fair I say.
not true I have had my Naga and Nostromo for over two years with no problems at all
I don't know if I'm just lucky, but my Razer stuff has never been weak or damaged. I've dropped my Naga and my headset countless of times and run over the cords with my chair but they both work just fine. The only Razer product I've had to throw away was my second keyboard, the Black Widow... Because I spilled caffeine on it. :( 5 times. Worked fine after being cleaned the first 4 times, but that last one made it keel over and die.
In regards to the Naga, it is a fantastic mouse. Their addition with the different side panels is a great feature, but as someone who has healed almost exclusively on a Naga in WoW for a couple of years, I do have a very big problem with the new one versus the old one. The fact that Razer moved the two buttons next to the left mouse button to under the scroll wheel was very poor design. I am extremely disappointed that this decision was made. I was so dissapointed that I just purchased a second Razer Naga, the Molten Edition, a mouse that still has those two precious buttons next to the left mouse button versus in the awkward position on the 2012 edition. I know it seems like a small thing, but when you have gotten used to those buttons being used for those incredibly important "emergency" situations (especially coupling their flexibility with the Razer Anansi keyboard) its hard to make the change to something different. I bought that second mouse as a backup, so when my current one ever dies, I will still have the original model I know and love. I really hope Razer reconsiders their decision, as much as it seems like a small and trivial one.
Too much buttons, too much...
I LOVE my Razer Naga! Best mouse I have ever owned! It definitely adds that little extra "oomph" to game-play. There was indeed a short learning curve when using the 12 button thumb pad, but after getting used to that, it was easy peasy! :D Thank you Razer! :D I also love the in-game add-on that comes with the mouse.
I've had my Naga for around 2 years now, and absolutely love it. It's never given me any problems at all, all of the buttons still function exactly the way they are supposed to. I did but it refurbished rather than straight retail though, so that might be part of the reason it's lasted so long. That and I don't use it for everyday general use, or FPS games (it is too small to be comfortable for that for me). The adjustable grips on this new one definitely snag my attention, I may end up upgrading if they have one that makes the mouse more comfortable for general use.