I also have a hard time believing you need 48 keybinds in this game.
At max lvl with rotations I think the most keys people use for their role is still under 10.
Add cooldowns, maybe a mount, maybe even a target mark.
After you get past your standard keybinds (non mouse around your movement fingers on the keyboard) there is no way you need 48 keys bound. Unless you are binding food/drink/bags/character screen/stupid chat macro's/etc inifity list.
You should really ask how many keys you might actually need binding.
For me it was under 9.
For others (assuming keyboard turners) it might be more.
Warlocks and hunters say hi.
Anyways, I've had mine for almost 4 years now, and I like it, and yes it still works 100%, miraculously, I hadn't had good luck with Razer in the past but this is about the only product I'd recommend from them. It takes some getting used to, and you will. I will say if you have gigantic hands/fingers though, this is not a good choice, the buttons are kind of small.
My Razer has always been kinda funny. It works, don't get me wrong, but here's my gripes:
1)- When I plug it into my laptop, it takes a very long time before it tracks. This is the case for every laptop I have tried, which is annoying. I eventually stopped bringing it along because of this.
2)- The buttons "feel" identical. The buttons are tiny don't have any distinguishing shapes. You have to practice like crazy to be able to get say, the upper right versus the far right (these feel like "all the way back and a bit up" and "all the way back" respectively).
3)- The mouse has a sort of strange feel to it for me.
What I like about it: accurate pointer tracking, small form, buttons.
I'm going to echo what a lot of posters in here have already said: get a G600. I've been recommending this mouse to all my guildies. It's absolutely aces. It has that same field of buttons, but each one is different feeling, so you quickly learn how to press one but not the other. They also aren't all tiny and inset, but each has depth and is generally much better. Plus, it comes with an option to have it flow rainbow colors, which is totally great :P
The configuration tool for Logitech is IMO the best in the industry, super quick to configure, never had a tech issue. I know it sounds all fanboy, but I really think they bring the goods for now.
I used the standard Naga for a while and it was ok. Too many buttons though. I switched to the Naga Hex and haven't been happier.
Naga hex here too. The side buttons are more easily distinguished and hit in fast paced action and with modifiers and the keyboard I don't really struggle for binds. The buttons behind the wheel are irritating though, would prefer the placement the old naga had and the molten still does.
Playing on a mac and Logitech don't have a config tool for us, Razer does.
Had mine going on 3 yrs with no issues at all. 3 of the number pads buttons dont light up anymore, but that is more cosmetics. I highly recommend and cant imagine gaming without it. the logitech one is good too, feels a little bulkier and the buttons are more pronounced. i never found use for the added buttons compared to the naga.
After reading all these responses, I'm rather stumped on whether razer nagas trumph logitech G600s.
I've only used basic logitech mice all my life, but they've never failed to break in some form within a year. I'm not some kind of rager, but I do like to click a lot. I guess judging by this, a razer naga would last me a couple of months at best.
It'll tremendously increase your skills to use a mouse with buttons.
But lol as long as we're trading "breaking" stories. My mouse buttons never broke but sometimes the special button on the top left near Left Click would be weird and not work all the time. And also, after about like 8 months? My Razer Left Click button got fucked up and would double click all the time, making it impossible to highlight anything or really use the internet on my desktop effectively.
And also, after about like 8 months? My Razer Left Click button got fucked up and would double click all the time, making it impossible to highlight anything or really use the internet on my desktop effectively.
That would be crap that has gathered up under the left click button. Take the mouse apart and clean it out every now and then. A high-performance piece of tech doesn't run without maintenance.
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Originally Posted by Tychus
Back in my day, we walked uphill both ways, in the snow, barefoot. That made being in school all the better. Now you kids use these fancy automobiles and get there almost instantly. What's the point of school when you can just drive there?