what a waste when we must stay in que to login :D
You dont need it for Classic tbh, most of what you do is just auto attack.
Damn that Razer sh*te. Had two Nagas (Molten edition and a wireless one, about 4 or 5 years ago).Both of them had defunct mouse buttons just a little over a year after I bought them. At least two of my guildmates had the same problem. I don't know how cheap crap like that can be so expensive.There are other brands which cost less and last longer :3
I have been playing Wow with this Razer mmo mouse (or whatever they call it) for years, I believe this one is my third - and I couldn't be happier. It's a great choice for both retail and classic.
I can't in good conscience recommend the Trinity (*see below), but I loved my Razer Naga Hex 2 and thus can also recommend the 7-button thumb wheel set-up for WoW as well. Bit easier to be certain you're hitting the right button, for one. Little more ergonomic too, but YMMV. And on the hardware side the Trinity was quite nice too, and my Hex 2 outlasted any of the Logitechs I'd had in the past (and is still basically functional now, the left-click on the Logitechs was what always failed but it was the middle-click on the Razer and that's rather less critical). Still, if you don't run into the show-stopping bug I did with the Trinity and Synapse 3.0, or only ever use the one profile, then the Trinity's a great mouse...(*Switching profiles on the Trinity in Synapse 3.0 was resulting in the mouse not responding to click input for a few seconds, regardless of whether it was an automatic switch or not. Tried fresh reinstalls, tried a test profile set up for me by Razer support, tried no less than three different computers with two different OSes, no luck. Even though I picked up a second Trinity from a local store in case I'd gotten a lemon and it had the same problem Razer support eventually brushed me off and said since I'd gotten my Trinity off eBay I was SOL because it was clearly something wrong with my system. Apparently the two other computers (one of which had literally never had anything Razer installed before) didn't count. Ah well. I stuffed mine into the closet, maybe I can use it again at some point in the future.)
Had 3 Nagas break on me during LK/Cata days within 12 months. Razer is GARBAGE because of their terrible quality and poop-tier customer service. Didn't get a SINGLE one replaced ever.You want a NOT !@#$ MMO mouse? Go with Logitech G600. They last forever and are way cheaper. Also the Logitech tool for remapping the buttons is great and you get 3 on-the-fly profiles and can even even swap to a second set if you want. I've had one double-click and I took it back within warranty period no questions asked. Current one still going strong for YEARS now. They're also almost always on sale and I even picked up a few backups in case of emergency for like $20 each.DO NOT buy Razer garbage (and while I'm at it, don't buy Corsair keyboards either). Shame on you, Wowhead, for shilling for such an awful company. If you're gonna shill, at least do it for ones that deserve the attention.
Had 2 nagas in 1 year, both failed, they no longer apply warranty because it is the "normal wear". Bought a corsair scimitar to replace it, 3 years and still counting, biggest "flaw" is that the number 10 is a little scratched after 3 years of heavy usage,TL;DR: don't buy razer prodcuts.
I had 2 Nagas break on me, Molten Edition lasted 3 years (upside - mechanical numpad switch and good shape and grip), the Chroma had issues not compatible with a functional mouse after 1.5 years (downside - software numpad switch).Also, Synapse is a buggy product and shouldn't be required just to switch the side buttons from numerical, which is stupid if you have both hands, to numpad, which makes sense.While I'm happy with this G502 Hero, I still want more buttons, so I'm waiting for Logitech to re-release an MMO mouse.
Gotta say I love my 12 button razer mouse. I've had it work perfectly for many years.
A simple solution for ppl using a mouse with only 2-3 extra buttons - map those to some harder to reach modifiers. My 2 side buttons on mouse are LCTRL and LAlt, quite handy to reach.
Does anyone know any good macro mouses for left Handed people?
Thanks comments, at least now I know I'm not the only one that had many issue with many Razer mouse. I think I have want through 3 before finding an other brand with those 12 buttons on the side. Costly and not durable, bad mix.
Maybe all of these guys complaining about their mouse buttons and what not should stop eating Cheetos while playing and gumming up their mouse buttons, just saying. I had the Naga Chroma for years without any issues and upgraded to the Naga Trinity when it came out. I've love the Naga Trinity.
Had my Naga for years now with no problems. From a lot of the comments here maybe I bought mine from a different Razer company as I'm yet to experience the "terrible quality". Or just maybe it's because I like to take care of gear that I pay good money for, and I don't keep food or drinks anywhere near my keyboard or mouse and make sure my hands are clean when I use them lol.As for those having problems with Synapse there's an easy fix that works with lots of proprietary software - uninstall it lol. You don't need it to map the mouse buttons and it takes another program off your network bandwidth (yes Synapse likes to keep busy on the network).
I have one and thought about writing an article like this. The article fails to address the HyperX feature at all, firstly. Secondly, I set mine up with 1 to hyperx, and HyperX 2 to be my mount. It was 1, but I was hitting it constantly, so I force myself to go to the hyper menu via 1 first and then hit 2 so I don't dismount constantly. I have autorun on 3. I have my 1 spell on 6 and my 5 spell on 4 so I can hit those from the mouse and only need to pick up the keyboard for serious fights.This isn't mentioned in the article either, but this is a great way (with a hard mouse pad like the Razr one) to allow people with arthritis to play and not get too hurt. The hard mouse pad in particular made for a lot less moving of the mouse across the pad, and around in circles, etc., easing up on my wrists.
I have had two of these mice and the 2 button on the side gets stuck a LOT. The first version had to go back for warranty replacement.