Re: Razer Naga doesn't track intermittently
One person's experience does not merit judgement for an entire companies products, or even that single product.
This reminds me of why many used to post about Logitech Headsets being garbage and breaking. The problem with 90%+ of the headsets was the user. The users were yanking the headsets out by the cord and not by the USB connection . This caused the USB chip or a wire to break inside, thus breaking the headset.
Razer sells a large volume of mice. Like any company that sells a large volume of anything, it's easy to find people complaining, especially online.
Also, the quote you posted sounds like a driver related issue, or a broken wire from the aforementioned scenario.
Build to be updated, a reminder to myself.