The mouse thread

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The mouse thread

Post by Cryptrot » Mon Sep 21, 2015 10:27 am

My nagas quite literally last 12 months. It's funny and sad.

I'm still thinking about getting the naga epic chroma mostly so that when the cord inevitably fails I have some recourse but here are how my nagas died:

1st (Blue old naga): Left mouse button broke, I blame starcraft for 4 hours a night.
2nd (blue old naga): Optics broken, stopped tracking one day and no amount of attempts to repair could fix it.
3rd (1st still under warranty): Mouse cable shorted, intermittent failures
4th (Current/2nd): Mouse cable short, intermittent failures, 3 button not registering every click.

I _love_ these mice, I just wish I wasn't buying one every year.

I am gonna buy a replacement and try to get RMA service on the current one so I have a backup but I can't find my fucking receipt and even though I'm registered with Razer I need it for service.

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Re: The mouse thread

Post by Tan » Mon Sep 21, 2015 11:00 am

I don't use my mouse for many of my binds so I just have a Logitech G9.

Unfortunately, they don't make the G9 anymore and the price for a new one is ridiculous. I don't know what I'm going to do once my current pair gives out.

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Re: The mouse thread

Post by Draakken » Mon Sep 21, 2015 11:21 am

Similar to the Naga, the G600 is Logitech's MMO mouse. ... ming-mouse

I've ALWAYS used logitech because they are reliable, durable, and they have excellent warranty policies. I once had a mouse for 3 years and the laser died. I called, they sent me a new one before I was even off the phone, even though the warranty was only 2 years (I think). If you like mmo mice, get this one.

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Re: The mouse thread

Post by Orionspaw » Mon Sep 21, 2015 12:25 pm

That G600 looks nice, I kinda like how the buttons are broken into sets of 6 with the way they're tilted inward. I only recently got a Naga so I'm not 100% used to it yet and sometimes I'm unsure what button my thumb is resting on/clicking

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Re: The mouse thread

Post by paleaura » Mon Sep 21, 2015 12:28 pm

If you don't use all (our any really) of the binds on your mouse like I do, the g502 is great, and is one of the only mice that I can use comfortably because tiny hands.
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Re: The mouse thread

Post by Gutsman » Mon Sep 21, 2015 1:17 pm

My Razer DeathAdder is something like 5 years old. Good hardy mouse.

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Re: The mouse thread

Post by Ippon » Mon Sep 21, 2015 1:21 pm

I've plugged this before, but I have ... ming-mouse

Software is god-awful, but the mouse is great. I've been using it for well over a year and had no problems.

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Re: The mouse thread

Post by Boltinqt » Mon Sep 21, 2015 2:03 pm

As I've said constantly before, I have used the same Razer Naga mouse for the past 4 years, and have had no issues (Knock on wood).

You have to be taking it and slamming it against a wall to go through more than 2 in a few years.
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Re: The mouse thread

Post by deathbydots » Mon Sep 21, 2015 2:17 pm

Gutsman wrote:My Razer DeathAdder is something like 5 years old. Good hardy mouse.
love my deathadder had my current one for 4 years and the previous for 3 years good reliable mouse.

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