Letting go of naga keys?

Discussion in 'Mice and Surfaces' started by Bowlcuts, Oct 21, 2015.

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  1. sean1194

    sean1194 Member

    Not only was the naga epic my first razer product, but my first PC gaming peripheral. I absolutely love my naga, but I'm due for an upgrade. Back then, I bought the naga because during the time I was playing WoW, and all my friends basically said a naga was a necessity. Over the years I've become so dependent on the naga keys; even though I no longer play WoW, which leads me to my question. I would love to get the new mamba, but I'm worried that I'm too dependent on the naga keys and I will end up having to return it and get the naga. Was anyone else able to adjust to not having naga keys and change to a different mouse?
     
  2. 8knut8

    8knut8 Member

    I was using Naga classic and I bought new Naga Epic chroma for playing WoW but when I play other games the keys distract me so I bought Orochi. Now I can use both.
     
  3. kajira

    kajira Mother of Gaming

    My previous Razer mouse on my main PC was the Imperator (which I loved dearly) and I use the Orochi on my laptop. When I was playing many different MMO's I really wanted the buttons on the Naga, so I also own a Naga 2014 that I use on my PC and I handed down the Imperator to my youngest son. I can now say that if I get on my son's PC or use my laptop, then it's quite common for me to try to click where the Naga buttons should be and it takes some serious getting used to before I remember I don't have them.

    That being said, I honestly believe that if you're really comfortable and thoroughly enjoying the mouse you have, then it'll feel different enough that you'll adjust and re-learn rather quickly. It took a little while to perfect the usage of those buttons, it'll take a little while to unlearn them as well. So, I'd vote that you use whatever mouse you really most want, because chances are you'll be happy with it and not regret your decision.
     
  4. As I'm sure you probably know, the Naga was just updated to Chroma -- I'd say stick with the Naga and just update to the Epic Chroma, but that's just me.
     
  5. GoneDrinkin

    GoneDrinkin Active Member

    naga epic chroma, the mouse i really want, but i can't due to its high price difference (for wireless function and colours). went with naga instead.
     
  6. kajira

    kajira Mother of Gaming

    There's the chroma upgrade to the non-epic version now as well, and it's $50 less than the Epic Chroma version.
    Razer Naga Chroma
     
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