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Razer Naga FeedBack

Discussion in 'Mice and Surfaces' started by TheKoolKiller22, Mar 11, 2016.

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  1. Zotios

    Zotios Member

    Thanks Razer team for making the Razer Naga. Here are some of my feed backs:

    1)The Side Buttons are easily accidental to click on.
    2)The Mouse is super comfortable
    3)The 1-3 button is hard to press,for people with small hands,like me >->
    4)I hope there are wireless mouses made by Naga

    Thanks Razer Team for making this mouse.
     
  2. gaykob7

    gaykob7 Well-Known Member

    There is a wireless version of the naga, called the naga "epic"
     
  3. Zotios

    Zotios Member

    who knew... well not me cus i just bought the naga classic but whatever the wire is long enough for me anyways
     
  4. gaykob7

    gaykob7 Well-Known Member

    In my opinion wired mice are always better, as they have no input lag and faster reaction time, also on the wireless naga the Razer logo on the back doesn't light, so I think you made a good decision picking the wired one
     
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  5. Burgz

    Burgz Well-Known Member

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  6. ImGummeh

    ImGummeh Active Member

    Just a slight bit off topic, do you guys think an Ouroboros Chroma will ever come out? the reason i say this is because im definately going to buy a new mouse soon (i want to upgrade from my Naga Hex) and i was heading for the Naga Chroma or Epic Chroma - but ive also always wanted an Ouroboros - but at the same time im going for a Chroma setup..
    #FirstWorldProblems

    So what do you think i should do, possibly wait an eternity for an ouroboros chroma or buy a naga chroma (if the naga is the winner should i go for the epic or standard? I was going to buy the epic but then i thought about input lag and the logo not lighting)

    :D
     
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  7. Burgz

    Burgz Well-Known Member

    https://insider.razerzone.com/index.php?threads/razer-ouroboros-chroma.10662/

    Up to you at your own cost.
     
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  8. ImGummeh

    ImGummeh Active Member

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  9. Burgz

    Burgz Well-Known Member

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  10. Zotios

    Zotios Member

    I guess so and the best of all dont need any battery =D #savedmoney
     
  11. Zotios

    Zotios Member

    Hmm i feel like too much chromas would make ur eyes bad or make u dizzy. Im just saying.. I never got one of those. But text time im getting a keyboard im definetely getting a chroma one
     
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  12. Zotios

    Zotios Member

    That stand looks epic, Can i buy it seperately? Or its not for sale at all..
     
  13. GenTheIdiot

    GenTheIdiot Active Member

    The "stand" is the charging dock. I agree with you, it looks epic, but it's just for the wireless version. Also, I'm really annoyed that the Razer logo doesn't illuminate on the Naga Epic Chroma, it's really put me off buying one, even though I want one. I know I sound like a little spoiled brat, but lights are pretty, fam.
     
  14. ImGummeh

    ImGummeh Active Member

    Hmm thats a good theory but i already own 2 Chroma products and have never had that happen to me. But i can see what you mean if you have the "wave" effect on for all devices.

    I probably wouldn't use the Rainbow all the time anyway. (Right now my black-widow chroma is a custom green split wave and whenever i type it has a rainbow ripple)
     
  15. GenTheIdiot

    GenTheIdiot Active Member

    The lights on your peripherals won't make you dizzy, or harm your eyes. Extended use of a computer screen however, will.
    @ImGummeh
     
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  16. Burgz

    Burgz Well-Known Member

    Most absurd opinion that I've heard around here in a while...
     
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  17. ImGummeh

    ImGummeh Active Member

    Hahaha, give the poor fella a break. I think he was thinking of something like epilepsy since there are alot of bright colours (but really this isnt the case at all) :)
     
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  18. Burgz

    Burgz Well-Known Member

    As lovely as the charging dock may look, it's unfortunately not built to serve as a mouse stand. :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

    Below is the charging dock of the Razer Mamba.

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  19. GSSGaming

    GSSGaming Well-Known Member

    That is a really eccentric opinion. LED lighting does not make you dizzy if it does then you probably have epilepsy. I am serious when I say this but please make sure you don't have any of these symptoms.

    Not trying to be rude just wan't to make sure you are not going to get hurt.

    Also the side buttons take getting used to. I never hit them on accident however, it took me a long time to learn the buttons. Still am learning some of the outer ones.
     
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  20. Zotios

    Zotios Member

    w
    wow lol XD also ur second image doesnt work..
     
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