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This review is from: Rosewill Reflex RGM-1000 Laser Gaming Mouse
Pros: fits the hand
Cons: software spans across both screens when opened on dual screen setup. Button actions have very noticeable delays before engaging, especially when handing off same command from keyboard. Very poor MMO mouse.
Other Thoughts: Sometimes you can press a mouse key & it will not even function. Takes several attempts before mouse input transfers to game. Has been the cause of very poor damage ratings and multiple deaths in game. Could say that the software was written by a 3rd grader but that would be very unfair to 3rd graders. All settings have been double checked to confirm that nothing else could be done to improve conditions.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: RAZER Naga Hex Wired USB Gaming Mouse - Green
Cons: REALLY POOR SUPPORT!! No cross ship options for defective merchandise. Minimum 10 day turn-around. Have to create account for software/drivers. Poor driver support. Very difficult to find company contacts on website. Very cumbersome support process. Can't adjust weight. Poor quality materials/workmanship. Mouse to small for average male hand.
Other Thoughts: Almost had this for 1 year & right mouse button started getting more difficult to control/use for the last 3 months. Finally decided to open an RMA and it's turned into a nightmare. I finally found the support number for razer (NOT ON THEIR SITE!) and called to see if I could set up a cross ship to eleviate down time since I game in my spare time. NOT POSSIBLE. Have now looked up reviews almost a year after purchase and the company is getting ALOT of negative feedback.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Windows 8.1 Pro - 64-bit
Pros: Sure to be a catalyst to move home users to other operating systems and eventually be the demise of microsoft operating systems in the enterprise environment.
Cons: no stand alone or off-line upgrade from 8 to 8.1. "0" microsoft support. waste of high-end hardware. complete failure of microsoft validation of individual enduser and independent support
Other Thoughts: I can certainly understand why Steve Ballmer is stepping down as CEO of microsoft. I just hope that whoever takes over the position can regain the non-corporate ender-user's trust before enterprises realize that new hires don't know how to use microsoft products because they were so blatantly discarded as useless peons by the "holier than thou" microsoft corporate hierarchy. There is a need for desktops, there is a need for tablets, there is a need for mobile devices - this product is not only a desktop disaster, it alienates the individual user. Good luck to you if you upgrade from windows 7 or earlier.READ FULL REVIEW