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Razer Naga Molten MMO PC Gaming Mouse

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  • 17 MMO-optimized buttons (including 12 button thumb grid)
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Product Description

The Razer Naga Molten Special Edition features an exciting new look to the original award-winning and massively popular Razer Naga that shifts the balance between keyboard and mouse by putting an unprecedented number of in-game commands in one place. A multi-button thumb grid and Razer's MMO game interface add-on combine to place every command you need in the palm of your hand. An ergonomic form shaped to maximize ease of use lets you game in comfort for hours on end. With the Razer Naga SE, you will Get Imba.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 8.6 x 6.3 x 2.6 inches
Item Weight 1 pounds
Shipping Weight 1.1 pounds
ASIN B004AM5RAW
Item model number RZ01-00280500-R3
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4.2 out of 5 stars 646 customer reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #162 in Electronics > Accessories & Supplies > Computer Accessories > Game Hardware > PC Game Hardware > Gaming Mice
#2,951 in Video Games > Accessories
Date first available at Amazon.com November 30, 2010

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I bought this mouse as a present for my boyfriend in September 2012. It is now April 9th, and it does not work anymore. While he had it, it was beautiful and worked very well. The problem is that today he tried to use it, and the left and right mouse buttons will not work.

There is no firmware available anymore, the only firmware Razer supports now is the new Naga Epic. The cord when we originally got it was all tangled and the outer cloth protecting it actually split. The wire itself stayed in tact but it looks awful. I did not want to send something back for such a small cosmetic defect.

But today, after doing a ton of research we have discovered that the left and right mouse buttons not working is an EXTREMELY common problem. When you go into the menu to try and change the functions of each button, they all work fine but the left click is always greyed out. Every forum you can go on about this mouse has this problem, or the double click problem. I don't have the receipt after so many months but after reading every forums review of how awful the customer service is and how they don't speak english so it takes 3 hours to get them to understand the problem, I don't care to send it back anyway. Apparently they are just going to send our broken mouse to you when yours breaks(because it will) anyway. There have been no solutions found for this problem after how many months of it being a known issue. The mouse will not work on any computer, we tried it on 2 laptops and 1 desktop.

I was looking forward to buying the new Ouroboros, but I will not be spending $160 on a mouse that already has bad reviews with FIRMWARE ISSUES that they obviously had a problem with in the $80 naga. Razer is flashy and they have very visually appealing technology, but under the hood they are expensive junk that will break within a year. It makes me sad that my first experience with their product was so awful, no other company makes mice so attractive.
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April 10, 2013
Hi Sammi,

It sounds like you haven't tried contacting our Customer Support team regarding your issue as of yet. We highly recommend you do so if you wish to either get a replacement or find a solution to the issues you've been having.

Our link to contact us is http://razersupport.com/email - please do so ASAP because we'd love to help.

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By kayell on April 14, 2013
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My husband and I bought two Naga Moltens in Dec 2011 and haven't had any problems with them.

Pros:
-BUTTTONS!!! As a used-to-be avid gamer, you can never have enough buttons! Now as a mom with not enough time, I'll probably never make full use of them, but I can dream about some day having epic button pressing kung fu. Early on I tried using the thumb grip trainer stickers, but when I realized that 4-5-6 and 10-11-12 have a little raised bar on them I stopped using the stickers as that was enough to help me find my place.
-Long cord
-Mostly comfortable grip (I'll get into that more below)
-Still looks great over a year later - no sign of wearing that mice usually get with long use.

Cons:
-As a girl with smaller hands I find my pinky finger starts to hurt after awhile - maybe I'm holding the mouse wrong - but the mouse feels just a little bit too wide for my hand. I think newer models have interchangeable side grips that probably would have fixed this problem for me and otherwise it feels great on the rest of my hand. (Must come up with excuse to upgrade..)
-The top two buttons by your index finger can be awkward - early on I had a thumb grip trainer sticker on one of them which made it easier to reach (although that did eventually wear off).
-The 10-11-12 buttons can also be a little awkward to reach, but this isn't a real complaint, because really.. 12 buttons! :D
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There are plenty of exhaustive reviews of this mouse already, so I'll keep it short. I bought this mouse with reservations about the 12 button pad and to start with it was a bit frustrating. I kept having to hesitate and look to make sure I was on the right key. What kept me using this mouse is that it fits my hand like it was made for it. I have very large hands and while gaming I switch from palm grip to fingertip depending on what I'm doing and the Naga just facilitates that wonderfully. I have a Ratt MMO 7 and a Corsair Vengeance 95 just sitting and gathering dust because this mouse feels so right to my hand. As for the thumb pad it does take a good bit of getting used to but once you do it's great. Also I'm kind of lazy about setting up all those key bindings and this is ready to go with 1-12 for your action keys.
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I purchased this item for use in World of Warcraft to ease the stress of raiding in high end content.

It has the excellent quality you should expect from a Razer mouse, with only a couple of minor issues.

As far as the function of the mouse is concerned, it is everything you would hope. The software that controls some of the more advanced features of the mouse is well made and easy to navigate.

In addition, the mouse comes with some stick-on trainer pads to help you get used to the buttons on the side (I stuck them on 5 and 8 first so I could locate the center). Just dont expect to use them all the time as the sticky will eventually wear off and the pad will fall off. They arent designed to be a permanent addition to the mouse.

The minor issues are these:

First, the mouse gets quite warm. Uncomfortably so. Because of this, I've chosen to use the software to disable the light inside the mouse. This is unfortunate because it is one of the coolest features of the mouse, but its just not comfortable to use with the light on.

Second, something to keep in mind is that the buttons on the side are tied to keyboard keys (I chose the number pad). Dont expect to create new buttons with this mouse. They are designed to leverage existing action buttons, not create new ones.

Lastly, the buttons are a bit on the small side. I have large hands and while it isnt terribly difficult, sometimes I find that it would be easier if the buttons were just a tiny bit larger.

Overall I've been quite happy with it, I just wish I could leave the light on inside the mouse to enjoy the neat design inlaid in it.
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