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I have had this mouse in my arsenal for around 3 years and counting. I also had the pleasure of owning a Naga Chroma but for me, the G600 is better. The fat shape makes it very natural to palm, the side buttons are easier to memorize, and the G-shift function allows me to do a lot of macros. See More
As a user with smaller hands who has used Multiple other MMO Mice, I'd say my top favorite things this has others don't is, Distinct Separation between the bottom 6 and top 6 buttons, the ability to click your mousewheel left or right. Onboard Memory so you can remove the software after setting it and you're fine. See More
The 12 side buttons on the Razer Naga Chroma have mechanical switches inside. Mechanical switches have a great tactile and audible feedback while also having great longevity. The buttons themselves are also angled which makes it easier to find the correct button to use. See More
With a 12,000 DPI zero-acceleration optical sensor the Scimtar offers one of the most accurate sensors on an MMO mouse, as most others use laser sensors. Optical sensors are often used in mice that focus on FPSs as they need more accurate tracking than laser tends to provide. So not only will this mouse have great tracking for MMOs/MOBAs it will also provide tracking performance on par with the best FPS mouse. See More
There is currently no way to setup a three button layout on the side (short of turning off three buttons in a six button setup). There is also no large buttons included, which means when using a button setup lower than twelve the buttons will still be the same size even though there is room to have less buttons that are larger. For the selling point to be customization of the mouse there really should have been optional larger buttons included in the kit to allow for easier button presses on low button setups. See More