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    I can't comment on the cyborg.
    I do love my molten naga though.

    The naga did take a week or so to get use to but after that its great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kolo View Post
    Corsair M90 wins.
    I didn't see OP mention M90.

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    The Cyborg looks nice but I am not sure if it is even out yet, and can not find and prices for it.

    But I Love my razer naga, and even if this one brakes I got a spare.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mercutiouk View Post
    Just for consideration take a look at the G700. Wireless
    Also for consideration - most gamers know that wireless is not optimal for gaming. If the wireless connection gets broken, that can lead to problems, if the battery dies.... need I say more?

    If the little USB thing that catches the signal from the mouse breaks or gets lost/stolen....

    See where I'm going here?

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    Quote Originally Posted by inux94 View Post
    I didn't see OP mention M90.

    Cyborg all the way!
    MadCatz and Razer aren't really options. That's like choosing between cancer and aids.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kolo View Post
    Corsair M90 wins.
    Just got an M60 myself primarily because i don't need all the buttons but having a sniper button is very handy for me (and has already improved my BF3 jet gunruns on ground troops and tanks), upgraded from a Roccat Kone. One of the best peripherals i've ever bought. I'm so stoked with it, i went ahead and bought a Corsair K90 to replace my 4 month old Microsoft Sidewinder keyboard (honestly, worst keyboard i ever bought, and their Sidewinder mouse isn't much to shout about either).

    Comparing Cyborg vs Naga though, i'd personally go for the Cyborg. The options would make it worth it for me. I've had one of the previous Cyborg mice from a few years ago, and despite it breaking, it was a good mouse until then. Adjustable size was a bonus.

    With that said, i've owned a Razer Diamondback, and the quality was so good i kept it for years (this was BEFORE Razer became money-grubbing freaks). It was the original version, not the 3G version. I also had a Deathadder at one point. Also a great mouse, but don't recall why i switched from it. I don't think it went faulty.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DeltrusDisc View Post
    Also for consideration - most gamers know that wireless is not optimal for gaming. If the wireless connection gets broken, that can lead to problems, if the battery dies.... need I say more?

    If the little USB thing that catches the signal from the mouse breaks or gets lost/stolen....

    See where I'm going here?

    BUY WIRED!
    I am using my g700 in wired mode. It has both wired and wireless mode. I hate wireless myself. It's nice, but my personal lifestyle makes it difficult to constantly charge things and keep up with that. One of my bad sides, especially with my smartphone. >

    I would prefer the R.A.T. MMO 7 mouse myself though. Should've bought that over this g700. But I was frustrated with having to special order vs just buying a mouse that isn't all I wanted.

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    I would say the Razer Naga, considering i have had mine for 2+ years and it is fine, and my friend bought the RAT 7 (yes not the same mouse but same parts essentially and company) and in the bit i got to mess with it, no matter how you put the attachments on it, it still feels very clunky. Not to mention in that time we realized that the cursor had a terrible drift to it, which even with updated drivers was not fixed. You could literally leave it on a unmoving desk with no vibrations and watch it slowly drift up and left.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bloodwulf View Post
    You could literally leave it on a unmoving desk with no vibrations and watch it slowly drift up and left.
    OMG what a nightmare RMA it! Hahaha! Just to add I use my g700 with the logitech g510, it's like an alternative to the MMO mice since all my macro keys are on the side and not on the mouse. I also have a g13 on the side too when I need it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fuzzeekee View Post
    OMG what a nightmare RMA it! Hahaha! Just to add I use my g700 with the logitech g510, it's like an alternative to the MMO mice since all my macro keys are on the side and not on the mouse. I also have a g13 on the side too when I need it.
    You obviously have not had to deal with support for it. He was told that the desk was obviously vibrating. And it is more of a headache than you think when any time you are trying to hold the mouse over something and it slowly drifts....playing battlefield 3, if you are in a scope and hold it in place you are constantly having to correct for not only the character wobble but also the mouse drift...and that is the only mouse I have experienced anything close to that with.

    Also your suggestion really has nothing to do with the OP, op asked between Cyborg MMO7 and Razer Naga, and you are suggesting purchasing a keyboard and mouse to fill the role that either of these mice can fill themselves.
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    For me its hands down my Naga, I personally don't like the way the Cyborg MMO 7 looks. The people who say that the naga takes to long to get used to, probably haven't used one. It took me about 3 days to get used to it, and now I rarely ever miss click. Mines been in use for about a year, and it still runs brand new.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bloodwulf View Post
    You obviously have not had to deal with support for it. He was told that the desk was obviously vibrating. And it is more of a headache than you think when any time you are trying to hold the mouse over something and it slowly drifts....playing battlefield 3, if you are in a scope and hold it in place you are constantly having to correct for not only the character wobble but also the mouse drift...and that is the only mouse I have experienced anything close to that with.

    Also your suggestion really has nothing to do with the OP, op asked between Cyborg MMO7 and Razer Naga, and you are suggesting purchasing a keyboard and mouse to fill the role that either of these mice can fill themselves.

    Sorry about your mouse dude, I would return that sucker and get my cash back! Also since you are confused...I already posted my choice (scroll up and do some reading), then I added another post talking about my personal one if anyone was wondering why I don't have the RAT 7 yet, though I REALLY want to buy it. *_* !

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    3-6 months is a big big exaggeration.. 3-6 hours is more likely, as thats what it took me. i wont comment on the rat, because i dont have personal experience with it, but on the naga im extremely happy with mine in the first 4 months. no problems yet with alot of use.

    i know im in extremely rare company because most people love logitechs durability but i went through 3 in roughly a year and a half lasers dying on all three.
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    Hi there and thanks again for all your suggestions. I have almost decided by the Razer Naga, but i need help here. Anyone used it on a mac? Anyone can show me a picture with his/her hand on it and clicking some buttons? Thanks in advance!!!

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    I'm voting for RAT, I've used Razer Naga for a couple of month, but didn't feel like I a) needed all those buttons b) was comfortable with it, so i switched to RAT 7 , which i do enjoy for it's good design and good customization.

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