Naga Epic Chroma: Feedback, Please.

Discussion in 'Mice and Surfaces' started by Medrilan, Dec 17, 2014.

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  1. Medrilan

    Medrilan Active Member

    I am currently using a Naga 2012 edition. I am upgrading my headset and keyboard to chroma versions, so I figured why shouldn't my mouse follow suit? It'll be nice to ditch the cord as well. I have a few questions/concerns though. For starters, it doesn't seem like the Razer logo lights up...anyone able to confirm? If it doesn't, WHY NOT? :slightly_sad: Secondly, I LOVE The ability to be able to remove the sides on my naga, and switch the sizes. I know that's no longer an option on the epic chroma, but I'll go ahead and ask: is the standard size comfortable? And finally: How's the battery life? Is it even worth using it wirelessly, or do you spend most of your time with it plugged in? THANKS in advance. :3
     
  2. Antosa

    Antosa Active Member

    Only the scroll wheel and side buttons light up. Honestly, wired mice are less likely to fail you, especially when you need them the most, but the option to have both is nice, in case you're on the go. If you're using the Naga 2012, you'll be just as comfortable with the Epic.
     
  3. Medrilan

    Medrilan Active Member

    Okay. I use it with the smallest side cap most of the time anyways. I figured i'd leave it plugged in most of the time, not sure if thats bad for the battery. Thanks for the feedback. Makes me sad they did away with the light up logo.
     
  4. Antosa

    Antosa Active Member

    I actually think the battery is an Li-Ion, so having it charged all the time could be bad, but if you're never on battery, it won't matter. The cable is 7 feet.
     
  5. Razer|Captain_xf_rzr

    Razer|Captain_xf_rzr Active Member Staff Member

    Unfortunately, it was a cost-saving effort to offset the addition of the RGB lighting. It was figured that most of the time, your hand will be on the mouse and would cover the logo anyways.

    The new body shape seems to be comfortable for the whole variety of hands in the office that have tried it, but YMMV. If you do pick one up, feel free to let us know if you like it. Everyone's feedback is appreciated.
     
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  6. Medrilan

    Medrilan Active Member

    Okay, that seems reasonable enough. Idk maybe I'm the only one who likes seeing my setup all lit up and what not when I'm not using it :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:. But yeah your hand covers it for the entirety of a play session. I'll be picking one up from my local Best Buy within a few days, so I'll be sure to leave some feedback on the feel of it. I was just concerned because the middle sized side thing (idk what to call it) for my 2012 was just uncomfortable and I could NOT play with it. it looks like it should all be good though. I also like the fact that there appears to be a rubber material on the end where your pinky goes, that'll help with control for sure. Thanks for the reply!
     
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