But this...this is great.
If you had really big hands and you love using your back button as I do then prolly this is not the mouse for you.
I was in need of a new mouse with many side buttons, i have very large hands and was not quite sure about the design of this mouse...well let me tell you, this is the most comfortable mouse ive used in along time next to my G403 wireless, the side rest and thumb rest and perfect for gripping the mouse, the mouse has 14 different buttons on it and all are fully programmable to do whatever you want them to.. the sensor is very precise, unlike the razer taipan i had before.
Love the Razer mouse for gaming, problem is this is like the third one I have purchased in about 5 years.
I love it still this mouse is great for medium/large hands.
Short version of my review I've been through two of these mice and both had the same issue after a period of time they stop tracking and the only way to fix is to unplug it and plug it back in to that inevitably doesn't work anymore.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Let me start this off by saying I love Razer products my setup is all Razer that being said let's start with the review of the Razer Naga Hex V2.I loved the previous Naga so when it died at 6 yrs old I saw it as a opportunity to upgrade to the V2 while this mouse does fit my hand very well and the button on the are arranged in a way that make them easy to use with your thumb I cannot give this mouse more then 2 stars for one big reason.The mouse has a fatal flaw where the sensor goes out on it I'm currently on my second Hex V2 because the first one completely died after having trouble with it for month of it not responding plug and repluging it into my computer it stopped working.
I sent the first one back to Razer and they sent me a new Hex V2 and it worked fine for a few months and now it has started to not respond and the only way to fix it is to unplug it and plug it back in.
This could have been eliminated if Razer would put a notch on the 1 button, and maybe a couple of other buttons, like most keyboards put a notch on the F and J keys so you can always be sure your hands/fingers are on the right keys without looking before you type.Though I considered putting a tiny drop of glue to create my own "sense" for the keys, since the mouse didn't have the free scrolling wheel, I returned it and purchased a LogicTech mouse because the wheel is more important than trying something new with the gaming buttons on the side of the mouse.
Since You can no longer get the first one for a decent price(Razer has listed for $177) I assumed this new version would be comparable, WRONG!-The number layout on the side is changed for worse(#4 is now bottom button instead of #1)-After 1.5 days of use the #1 button has already degraded in press quality compared to the other buttons(I typically use 1-2-3 in succession in my gaming)-You can't even use the Chroma Function because the razer app/driver requires you to LOG IN to your razer account - honestly something that should be a complete OFFLINE item, but surprise surprise they have a bug with it that claims no network connection.
I bought this mouse as an upgrade from my 2014 Naga when one of the buttons stopped working after years of use; however have found this product to not be a suitable replacement.