The Razer Naga coming in with 17 buttons is a godsent for mmo's. That being said while there are 17 buttons a few namely the 10, 11, and 12 do take getting used to as they are a bit more difficult to hit especially if you have larger size fingers. It also comes with interchangeable side pieces ensuring a good fit for most hands. I've had my Naga for approximately two years now and minus some of the numbers being rubbed off from repeated use it's still in great working condition. The only negative I have experienced is that it does tend to be very sensitive so if you put it on a surface that vibrates even slightly the mouse will track across your screen.
This mouse is awesome, it's completely changed the way I game.
It's great. The ability to map keys to the buttons on the mouse gives such an advantage in any game style. I generally play MMOs but it's great for FPS too. It allows for much more mobility and looks awesome to boot. You can even change the glow color.
The buttons have great tactile response and are easy to get used to. I was comfortable with it after like 10 minutes of use. The sensitivity is adjustable which is awesome for switching between MMOs which don't require a great deal of sensitivity and FPSs that do.
Had my first Naga for about a year before my roommates cat chewed the cord, then I got the wireless version and it's been going strong ever since.
The Naga looks great and comes with software that allows you to change the glow color of the buttons and scroll wheel. It also has 3 interchangeable pieces that allow you to change the shape in order to better fit your hand. The only downside is that, if you use it a lot, there will eventually be gunk build up in the crevices from dead skin cells.
The ability to change the shape with the interchangeable side pieces make this mouse a great fit for just about any hand, even a larger one like mine.
Optimal gaming mouse for all different kinds
Very nice and easy to utilize mouse, with the ability to configure buttons to the way you want.
Between the 12 side buttons and the regular mouse buttons built on, if you are a gamer you can easily configure all your macros/ button needs onto the mouse and rely less on keyboard functions. Works well with different kinds of macros and can switch key layouts through the razer naga program available on the main website.
I have personally dropped this mouse many times and have never seen a crack or dent in it, so durability is pretty decent. No misplaced buttons yet.
Great design with buttons that are easy to grasp with the hand while maneuvering the mouse. Also has a slider on bottom to switch to numpad.
Has multiple pieces to configure comfort, so pretty nice even if u don't like the default wrapping.
Great mouse for mmorpg
I got this mouse for World of Warcraft, I can say it helped my whole playing experience. I improved as a player, although it did take a while to get used to a 19 button mouse. I really like how Razer presents their products, they really care about the gaming community's wants and needs. This mouse works amazingly for gaming and is not a pain in the butt when you just want to use it as a mouse. The Razer Naga is a must have for MMORPGs if you don't have one i highly recommend getting one it is well worth the money.
Very nice performance
dropped it once did not brake so good durability
very nice sleek design.
very comfortable for right handed players not so much for lefty's.
Pretty sweet gaming mouse
I got this mouse back when I was playing WoW and it worked like a dream. Its a nice fit and has all the buttons you could need to make for great use of to bind keys and set up macros for for utility. Even though it looks a bit daunting with the lines of keys on the side I was able to get use to it fairly quickly and learn each one to maximize what i could get out of this baby. This mouse is a great product all around no regrets.
This did everything as advertised, all i had to do was plug it in and it was wonderful. The naga was always responsive and i never had any issues with it all the buttons worked and even though i didn't have the recommended surface I never had an issue with the tracking.
This was a super quality mouse, very sturdy I never felt like it was in danger of breaking or anything had a great feel and weight and the wire is perfect its long so you can get it just where you need it and its thick and sturdy so don't have to worry about breaking it
The naga is a great fit for my hand and every button is within reach it may a bit of use to get use to it but it wont take long everything is intuitive and feels pretty natural after use.
This mouse felt good to use but like anything after hours of use you may get a cramp or two that being said I've had multiple 10hr+ sessions with no problems
The Razer Naga is perfect for digital artists and gamers alike.
In addition to using this mouse for playing online gaming, like it's designed, I use it professionally as a digital artist. With 17 keys that are fully programmable, this mouse can do anything you want in any program you want. The tracking is ridiculously fast and accurate, but can also be toned down for a more controlled approach.
It fits extremely comfortably in my hand despite the multitude of buttons, and the wrists feel no strain while using it. The 12 buttons on the left side of the mouse might seem intimidating, because they're all uniform in size and height, however, this simply isn't the case.
Once I had worked out exactly which macros I wanted bound to what keys it was only a matter of a couple of hours to get used to the operation of the mouse. If you do find yourself having problems figuring out which key is associated with which number using just your thumb, included in the package are training stickers which are basically elevated plastic stickers that help you differentiate specific numbers if you need to.
Best MMORPG mouse ever!
*Pros:* The amount of buttons. Whenever I tell people that there's 17 buttons, they get scared at first! But all it really is, deep down inside, is a 5-button mouse with a 12-numbered keypad on the thumb.
This mouse works perfectly for WoW. I have it mapped so that my primary attacks are right down the middle column, with my most-used attack at 5, and other necessary moves on the sides, including macros for buffs whenever my cooldowns are finished off.The mouse may seem large, but I have excessively large hands, and to be quite honest, it's kind of small! If my palm is resting on the snakes, my fingers dangle over the front. One of my friends, who also plays WoW and is a female, has one, has small hands, and LOVES it!! Don't let the size scare you. PeriodAlso, you can add macros using the desktop client, which I've used with Starcraft II, which was awesome, but, unfortunately, the autodetect EXE part of the desktop program didn't seem to work for me, so I'd have to manually change m
*Cons:* The wheel doesn't let you scroll to the side, but that was kind of assumed.The mouse comes with an addon for WoW made explicitly for the Razer Naga, but personally, I didn't like it. It turns off the main bar and mimics Bartender, essentially, adding a 3x4 matrix that represents the interface on the mouse. If you like that, then go for the using the addon, but really, it's not necessary. You can simply remap your bar to the right numbers and it'll work flawlessly. Don't forget to turn the switch on the bottom though!
*Other Thoughts:* Works excellent with my arcane mage on WoW, and I've heard that it's AMAZING with healers. I've only gotten my shaman up to the 40's so far, so I haven't done raid healing, but I constantly hear great, great things from WoW users everywhere about this mouse.Any MMORPG gamer will absolutely adore this mouse, and RTS gamers will, too, if they choose to utilize the desktop macro client :D
I'm playing WoW 3 of 7 days, 5 hours average. This mouse was an option for me on purchasing a MMOG mouse (Steel Series War Craft mouse was another option) and finally, after reading lots and lots of reviews and trying friends' items, I decided to buy this one; I'm glad I bought this one. It's been 3rd day playing with this mouse and I've already begun to get used to it. It is far much simpler to use than it seems and writes on user's manual. I've always liked the colors and graphics on Razer mouse, here the situation is exactly the same. The only problem is this mouse is a bit small to my hands (prob it's because my fingers are a bit too long :)) I know it is not a big problem but it is a problem... Otherwise, the feel is great, it is easy to use, and staying smart on my desktop with its usual Razer glory. Also the feel is extremely comfortable, light weight and its also great looking. Get this now if you want a gaming mouse that will deliver and meet expectations!!