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- 19 points
- 12 months ago
from completed build Red Dragon V2
It took me a little bit to get used to, but once I did, it really did the job and it did it well. You have a sense of customization with what side buttons you want which is nice. But it definitely is a little pricey for what it is.
- 9 points
- 3 months ago
from completed build Clarity Finalized.
I do not understand how people are okay with having less buttons. My mouse I use the 12 key side, I use my mouse tilt clicks too. In every game I play from FPS to MMORPG. It's just amazing and so much easier to go about. From swapping weapons faster, to casting spells and having more variation ability and ease in cast especially in World of Warcraft.
- 7 points
- 4 months ago
from completed build Dudly The Wind Tunnel (using noise canceling headphones for now)
Smooth and modular, but not too modular and not too smooth.
- 5 points
- 5 months ago
from completed build Superfriends (First Build)
I love this mouse so much. I was really looking for something with just the circular 7 button panel on the side as I believed I would really like that set up, but after using it a bit I found it too uncomfortable. I mainly use the two button panel for everyday use and FPS games. If I ever decide that I want to hate my life and play league of legends, I bust out the 7 button panel and if I feel like playing wow or FFXIV I'll bust the 12 button panel out. Being able to switch depending on what I'm doing at the time is really awesome.
That being said, I absolutely do not trust razer and their build quality, so I bought it at best buy and got the geek squad protection for it just in case. Totally worth it.
- 4 points
- 6 months ago
from completed build Aurora (First Build)
No complaints, and works well for what it is. Purchased to replace my 7 year old Naga, as the center wheel click functionality stopped working. Solid mouse with full spectrum RGB color that interfaces well with my light/color management software. The upgraded Razer synapse software is an improvement over the original as well. I primarily use the option with the full number pad, but I imagine if I give up gaming the other options might be suitable as well.
- 4 points
- 4 months ago
from completed build "Bad Wolf"/ First Build Gaming PC
Very nice mouse thus far. I use the MOBA 7 button panel for MMORPG's. Even though the Hex panel is designed for MOBA, it can of course be used in any gaming situation. Some reviewers have stated that they have had issues with the mouse, which seem to appear after about 3 months or so. I have had my Trinity for about 5-6(?) months so far, without trouble. If it starts to have issues, I will post an edited statement at that time.
- 2 points
- 18 days ago
from completed build "What is Dead May Never Die"
I decided on this mouse for its diversification potential. I mentioned in my intro that I was introduced to WoW many years ago and I have been dying to get back into it since my mid-teens. I also love FPS games like PUBG, Apex Legends, H1Z1, etc, and I wanted a mouse that was quick enough to keep me competitive while making less intense gaming like WoW or Diablo III RoS easier to maneuver and this seemed like the most logical choice. At 16000 DPI, one need not worry that they’ll fall behind.