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Is the Naga v2 uncomfortable for others?

  • 27 March 2024
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I bought it off Amazon for mmo's, and after using it for after a few days I can say it's very uncomfortable to use. I just don't like high arch it has, coming from the g502 which is a bit more flat. I don't have the biggest hands, maybe it works better for people with long fingers? I really wanted to like it. After playing with it for a few hrs, my hand got pretty tired from just the higher arch. I might have to venture on and look for a different mmo mouse.


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No sorry. I kinda despise the nagas. They made great jumping points for playin an mmo and getting used to using more buttons but honestly even like 10 years ago there were better options that had more buttons and are more comfortable.

I do like the very easy to memorize hex layouts they had. And the v2 is a big improvement over the others. The problem though for me is like you said, the ergonomics. The shape is too round almost and i tended to grip too low and when id death grip id almost feel like i wanna lift the thing off the pad.

I also found these guys to be way less consistent/accurate when used in shooters and when compared to other razer mice i had at the time.

Once i tried out the logitech g502 cores/sensor setup i cant really switch back to any other aiming device though. Im not sure why but it just feels so crisp compared to everything else on the market.

Comfort wise its way better too.

The only downside to the logitech option is the unconventional mouse button locations, but if you are just comparing numbers i believe it has the same if not more amount of buttons on it. The only other option i sorta liked was saiteks cyborg rat mice. I have a cyborg rat mmo7 mouse that i still adore, but same problem as with all my other mice, its just not as accurate/consistent as the logitech.

 

Do make sure to give it at least a month or 2 to adjust to but dont expect much improvement in feel doing so.

 

When going for these kinds of mice i recommend looking for what would provide the best and most stable/consistent grip when pressing buttons and when moving the thumb around. Especially if you care about shooters or need to be precise.

I bought it off Amazon for mmo's, and after using it for after a few days I can say it's very uncomfortable to use. I just don't like high arch it has, coming from the g502 which is a bit more flat. I don't have the biggest hands, maybe it works better for people with long fingers? I really wanted to like it. After playing with it for a few hrs, my hand got pretty tired from just the higher arch. I might have to venture on and look for a different mmo mouse.

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