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Posted by Gleanna
Given this post and the others by the same person, I have to assume it's just a troll. While I do agree the only good company (in my experience) is Logitech, Razer and Naga are not two different companys- Razer makes the Naga model mouse. That there shows you don't know what you're talking about.
Everyone has different ways of playing efficiently. Your statement that only your way is the competitive way for millions of players, is purely a troll statement. Unless you're using the mouse to click everything, whatever method is quickest and most comfortable for you is "the best". Heck- if you're not competitive, even that way can be "the best"- for Someone.
So, everyone- stop feeding the troll.
Using a mouse is terrible for keybinds. No competitive player would use one.
I guess Conradical, Totemtoe, and Hotted aren't competitive.
I do agree that the Naga breaks easily though. I recommend the Logitech G600 instead.
[quote]Posted by Gleanna
Not true. I put my Naga Epic through a wall almost and not a single thing broke. Im a big guy and the fact it survived blew me away. Work just like it did from day 1, so your argument they are 100% garbage is invalid.
Here's the pic to prove it:
Edited by Xenicus on 12/15/2012 6:23 PM PST
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Razer mice are meh, while being aesthetically pleasing they lack in quality.I had two bad experiences with the Deathadder (middle button defective fresh out the box) and the original blue Naga which suffered from the infamous double clicking issue which eventually died later the next year.I don't know if Razer ever fixed the problem but on a build a recently put together I steered clear from their mice and used a Logitech G600 instead.
I bought the Naga when it was first released and it lasted about a year before it started double clicking and the sensor stopped working properly. I bought another since I was so used to the extra side buttons and didn't want to redo all my binds, but this time I bought a warranty. That one had the exact same problems after nearly the same time period. I used the warranty to get another, sold it, and bought the Logitech G600.
I take really good care of my electronics so it wasn't a neglect issue. I've also read tons of complaints about the same problems. I had a Logitech mouse before that (can't remember which model) and it lasted for years without any problems. I haven't had the G600 for that long yet, but I am pretty sure it won't die after a year.
Don't even get me started on the Razer Lycosa keyboard.
Edited by Skycake on 12/15/2012 9:05 PM PST
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